One of the greatest convertibles money can buy has remained a car that costs a tiny fraction of the price of just about everything else on this list for the past three decades (and counting). At the time of the MX-5's introduction in 1989, as well as years before with vehicles like the Triumph Spitfire, Alfa Giulia Spider, and MGB, the recipe for success that is so ideal today—a compact, lightweight roadster—was just as sound.
Thankfully, the Boxster has endured all that "not a true Porsche" nonsense, demonstrating unequivocally that it makes no difference where Porsche places an engine—it will still be a strong rival. And if we were to be completely sincere for just a moment, we would beg you to find a way to get behind the wheel of the Boxster GTS 4.0, if only for the magnificent sounds.
The legendary grand tourer and boulevard cruiser is back for another generation—the eighth since the 1950s—and investing in an SL has rarely been a mistake. Naturally, assuming you can afford it. Will the new one, like the Pagoda, become iconic? Now, about that. It's the first SL to be a Mercedes-AMG model, completely ditching the Benz brand in favor of the sportiness you'd expect from Affecter Bach. Which brings it far closer to its most well-known ancestors. The higher-ups at Merc have big aspirations.
Yes, it costs a lot of money, and yes, the style gets more complicated as time goes on. The fact that an intelligent Audi is also a drop-top, V10-powered supercar, however, cannot be disputed. You'd still have to take the risk, wouldn't you, if only for the chance to hear a naturally aspirated V10 howling in the open air?
A massive drop-top grand tourer created by a group of Californians was intended to fill the gap left in Lexus's lineup by the SC430's departure, which was abhorrent. So it's utter garbage, am I right? Well, you could have known the answer beforehand as you were reading a "10 greatest" post. The LC Convertible is Lexus's "most lovable automobile since the LFA," as we have previously stated. And that's pretty much all we need to say.
Look for a 911 if you want an everyday supercar. This has essentially already been shown. It has also been proven that it is turbocharged for speed and normally aspirated for excitement. And that 911s should have a manual transmission. And that the coupe is the sole option since its stronger structure, less weight, and sharper focus are appropriate for the 911's capabilities. What does it mean, therefore, when we state that the Porsche 911 Cabrio is just as outstanding as and maybe even better than the coupe? You could come to see how absurd discriminating decrees on the "proper version to buy" really are.
Hey, nobody used the word "cheapest," did they? Considering that we've previously covered the R8 Spyder, Lexus LC, Mercedes SL, and 911 Cabrio, hopefully not. However, things are about to advance a little. Or two, you know. Or even a full plug-in hybrid system, eight cylinders, four liters, two turbochargers, and 986 horsepower. So you get power and speed that rival Veyrons, 62 miles of headroom, and an audible experience that can only be had when sharing the air with a Ferrari V8. And certainly, the 296 GTS might unseat the SF90 in this position, but it's a brand-new vehicle that appears to be sold out for the foreseeable future. You may purchase an SF90 Spider with delivery miles tomorrow if you have the necessary funds.
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