Mercedes-Benz has given us our first look at the upcoming convertible version of the S-Class Coupe. The car makes its official debut at next month’s Frankfurt Auto Show and should be on sale by the summer of next year.
Headed to showrooms much sooner than the S-Class drop-top is an updated version of Toyota’s Land Cruiser. The big, body-on-frame SUV gets a new look and some extra tech.
Galpin Auto Sports surprised many at this past weekend’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance by unveiling a new open-top version of its Mustang-based Rocket. The car, which was penned by former Aston Martin designer Henrik Fisker, features a new convertible rear deck that creates a sexy speedster look.
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