Published on July 19th, 2015 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
Picture Of The Day_Drop Top Romance
There is just something classically romantic about convertible/cabrio/droptop cars. However, convertible cars are expensive. It is relatively easy to grow a sedan into a crossover SUV, or shrink it down into a hot little coupe, but convertibles require far more engineering work, from the roof-folding mechanism to preventing body shake from the lack of a hard fixed roof. This is an expensive resource for a variation of a car that is rarely a big seller. The best example is Toyota, the world’s best-selling and most profitable automaker with more than 10 million vehicles sold in 2014. They offer only one convertible model worldwide and it comes from the Lexus division. The Lexus IS-C.