The starting price is $915 lower than the outgoing model year.
This time around it costs $995 and is available this fall.
It's expected to fetch between $300,000 and $500,000.
Audi Select pilot program in Texas comes with the choice of five models.
Just what it was doing there is a mystery — the buyer is "far, far away."
Amping up the lavishness on the luxury two-door models
A way to reconnect with the father he never knew.
If you left your Labor Day planning to the last minute, here are some great suggestions to take an amazing road trip in a convertible.
It's still as fast as the coupe.
Mini has dropped the third-generation of its Convertible, offering a folding fabric roof, four seats, and the same engine lineup as the popular Hardtops.
Bentley and Rolls-Royce introduce new luxury vehicles and Toyota revealed its latest Prius. Autoblog Senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the Weekly Recap edition of Autoblog Minute.
Watch as Cadillac helps flesh out the series-ending backstory of Entourage favorite Ari Gold, ahead of the HBO show's big-screen adaption.
With the debut of the 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider, the Italian company's US lineup has officially doubled. It brings roofless joy to the already-beautiful 4C Coupe, as well as a soft-cloth top, an available carbon fiber roll-hoop "halo," four new wheel designs, an Alpine sound system and an optional Akrapovic center-mounted exhaust.
Lexus dealers may be clamoring more for a three-row crossover than a two-door convertible, but as far as the automaker itself is concerned, the prospect of a droptop is not out of the question.
Few things match the joy of open-roofed motoring. The wind runs through your hair, the sun beats down and the trees flash overhead, and it's then that you realize that this elemental experience is just better than being permanently ensconced in stylized cage of steel and glass. Unfortunately for a lot of convertible manufacturers, consumers are unaware of this truth.
The affordable four-seat convertible has become a largely forgotten genre in the States, especially with the death of the Chrysler 200 Convertible. Of course, there are still premium options from Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz – not to mention more overtly performance-oriented droptop pony cars from Chevrolet and Ford – but if you want an affordable cruiser, you're kind of out of luck. That may be about to change, however, with renewed rumors of the Opel Cascada (pictured above) making