It was rainy as the car prowled around near the Nürburgring, so the convertible top was kept closed. It still looks sleek as all heck, with sheets of water dripping from its tires and aerodynamic bits, fallen leaves trapped in the grille. The convertible top maintains the tight and low roofline of the coupe, but it significantly shrinks the rear window. But that visibility issue would be eliminated with the top dropped.
Under the hood and the rest of the sheetmetal, we expect this to maintain all the mechanical goodness and sporty prowess of its fixed-top stablemate. We’re not sure when the official debut of the grand touring convertible will take place. We’re hoping we’ll have the chance to test it out before the fall leaves and drenching rains arrive in 2019.