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Aston Martin's Stunning New Convertible

  Aston Martin's Surprise 2023 V12 Vantage Roadster                                                Source:  Aston Martin May Be Final Iteration on the V12 Vantage Theme Iconic British automaker Aston Martin just unveiled a convertible version of the powerful and speedy V12 Vantage.  Called the 2023 V12 Vantage Roadster, the vehicle is stunning and a big surprise as Aston Martin announced nearly six months ago that the V12 Vantage Coupe was the last of the dynasty cars that date back decades.  Apparently, Astin Martin, which was 007 James Bond's car of choice, is finding it difficult to say goodbye to the magnificent vehicle. All Sold Out The V12 Vintage Coupe and Roadster are virtually identical with the exception of the convertible roof and the rear wing, which is optional, not standard, on the Roadster.  The car bodies are ultra-aerodynamic and composed of carbon fiber.  Both are powered by Aston Martin's beefy, 5.2-liter, twin turbocharged V12 engine, paired with an 8-sp

BMW's M4 - New, Agile, Powerful Convertible

  Competition Convertible is Fast, Powerful and Has Moves Source:  BMW M4 Leaves Competitors in the Dust The new, BMW M4 competition convertible is getting rave review from global automotive experts and writers.  The 4-seat high performance sedan packs 503 hp of speed, agility and power.  Plus, it has classic BMW good looks.  Priced at $87,495.00, the car handles so impressively, some automotive experts are calling it a bargain, with no competitor coming even close with a convertible priced under $100,000.00 Tech Specs The engine in the M4 is called one of the world's greatest.  It's a 3.0-liter, 6-cylinder twin-turbo engine that can hit speeds of 155 mph and accelerate the vehicle from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds. It sends out so much power, the vehicle has 4 tailpipes.  It packs 479 ft-lbs of torque and has very strong, rapid acceleration.  The M4 comes with 8-speed automatic transmission and xDrive all-wheel drive. The M4's agility in handling curvy and tricky roads is sa