Drop that top and blast off into the sunset. For the majority of people this is a perfect scene from a movie about a money heist, but for the lucky few that is everyday life. Today, let’s pretend that we are either one of those characters and explore the newest supercar convertibles of 2023. I can already feel the breeze,
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#1 2023 Maserati MC20 Cielo
From Italian the name of Maserati’s new spider MC20 Cielo translates as the sky. Its creed is all about embracing the duality of two worlds: boundless freedom of the open top and the same acceleration, power and driving dynamics of the MC20 coupe.
#2 2023 Ferrari 296 GTS
2023 Ferrari 296 GTS is the 4th plug-in hybrid model from the Italian brand, that keeps the overall design, chassis and drivetrain of its Berlinetta sibling, but gains a 2-piece retractable hardtop, a couple of chassis reinforcements and a rear glass.
#3 2023 Porsche 911 Edition 50 Years
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Porsche Design Studio, the automotive department is releasing a 750 units special edition of the 911 based on the Targa 4 GTS.
#4 2022 BMW M8 Competition Convertible
2022 BMW M8 Competition Convertible gets a mild facelift that sharpens its exterior design but forgoes the radical changes from other BMW newcomers.
#5 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06
2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 shares the chassis and engine tech with the Corvette C8.R, that has been racing since 2020. The model is offered as a coupe and a hardtop convertible, with no modifications to the chassis.
#6 Wiesmann Project Thunderball
Wiesmann Project Thunderball marks the sportscar brand’s revibal after a decade long hiatus, and becomes the company’s first electric car.
#7 Brabus 820 Porsche 911 2022
Brabus is pivoting from exclusive custom modifications of Mercedes cars and tries their hand on a Porsche 911 Turbo S Convertible. Expectedly, they significantly increased the horsepower output.