Several things can be stated without fear of being proved wrong, Graham Norton will always be irritating and a bad stereotype, British summertime will be a total disappointment and last no more than three weeks, I will continue wasting money playing the lottery and will almost definitely not win the jackpot and Audi Cabriolets will always be a touch of brilliance and massively popular with the general public.
All hail the greatness that is MINI, one of the most popular cars for our community and we all know we wouldn't be seen dead in an original one, but we all paw and pant over the fantastic job BMW have done resurrecting an icon. Probably one of the best decisions they made, was to release a convertible and when they did we all got a little bit too excited about how lovely it looked.
The 307CC was a fairly great coupe-cabriolet, it looked good, all be it slightly tubby. It handled well and offered a fairly good all-round package. However, it was getting a tad long in the tooth, and needed replacing to keep up with the market for sleek drop-tops. So enter stage left the all new 308 CC, like Barrack replacing Bush, it's a breath of fresh air, sleeker, looking lighter on its feet, innovative and all about the style and finesse.
You either love it or you hate it, the 500C is Fiat's answer to returning an icon, that no-one knew needed bringing back. It's a trend that is sure to sell, so long as the retro models of our past are done justice. And if they weren't great before, it's the perfect opportunity for manufacturers to improve a product ten fold.
Whether it's due to the lack of roof or because it arrived in a stunning Sahara grey. I'd like to think that the most impressive thing about the new Audi 1.8 TFSI is that if I didn't know how big the engine was, I'd be telling you how great Audi's new 2.0 litre turbo engine performs. The new 1.8 is the perfect example to prove that size really doesn't matter.
In the gay world we live in, only a small minority see bulk as beauty and heavy as heavenly, the vast majority believing that rock hard Abs and Delt's big enough to crack walnuts are the epitome of perfection. Well trust me, it doesn't come much bigger or heavier than the Bentley GTC, and this is one car that just oozes sex and sex appeal.
Convertibles are my thing. Hands down there is nothing more amazing than the feeling of driving through the streets at night with the hood down and the heaters on full, stars twinkling high above your head. That however could also describe a sweaty night in Heaven. Regardless of how you interpret this, you are bound to love the A3 Cabriolet, a small comfortable 4 seater (that actually seats 4) with all the characteristics of a premium hot hatch.
With the sun blazing and temperatures that the UK barely experiences, what a better way to enjoy the heat than with one of the best selling convertibles on the market. A convertible that is nearing sales of 1 million units since it was first revealed in 1996, the SLK has forever been a 'cult' car for Mercedes. Now, with improved styling, engines and features, the SLK has never looked better.