If you hate chilling cold Monday mornings then you may not be hopping out of bed at 5 am to ride a bike or drive a car to work.  However, gone are those lazy chilly days as now we have the Volkswagen, which needed a replacement to the Beetle that led to the hot hatch Cabriolet of today, or as we knew it as the VW Rabbit?

It’s not next to impossible as the Americans and Germans do it in an even more chill and nastier climate- but that doesn’t do it right.  Fascinating then that the cold-weather countries are the ones obtaining the most desirable convertibles.  The Volkswagen Cabrio perfectly indicates how well a convertible can accommodate icy conditions while being fun to drive and attractive to look at.  Leaving all that, it is a fabulous open-top drive in weathers like spring and autumn.

Almost as cheap as chocolates.  The original Beetle Convertible was a tremendous part, with 332,000 sold globally.  Known as the Rabbit in the United States, Volkswagen gets a pollen filter, seven airbags, an electric roof, a pollutant sensor in the air conditioner, and Bluetooth with iPod/USB.  You can actually adjust four adults and the boot is capacious, something most of its competitors cannot do, therefore, it is also a family car.

Volkswagen says it wanted to keep lightweight, have a low body silhouette with the roof down, and yet sustain a snug cabin when the shelter is up.  It worked.  A very lovely car does not have a tremendous boot bulge where the wrapped roof hides.  However, made on the attractive features of the Golf, the new Cabriolet highlighted a five-layer roof that pleated all the way back, which can appeal to teens and youth drivers watching out to have some fun.

Expect the identical as a Golf and you will not be deceived.  The dynamic added updates like power windows and bigger wheels, but the ethos as an affordable and fun alternative never be staggered and thus, can be tempered by being kind on the accelerator pedal.

Styling is obviously all Golf, with a firm stance on the road and a confident steering feel and likely cornering.  The material roof is very parsimonious so there is no drumming and even road sound is strongly muted.  It is not as peaceful as the steel-roofed Golf but still excellently fair.  Our body does not feel overly satisfied with the pedals as the right foot is too near to the wheel.

In addition, this version would ultimately be the best-selling Cabriolet worldwide, with more than 600,000 produced, while evolving the buyer’s favorites and safety controls have made dense convertibles far more unusual on American roads.  However, if you are another crazy fan out there of the Cabriolet, then you can very well know a classic when you would notice one.

Therefore, the convertible is mainly for comfortable and expensive models.  This breaks the pattern with affordability, loads of driving fascination, and pleasing looks.

Siddhika Prajapati

Siddhika Prajapati

English Honors graduate and post graduated in journalism. A freelance writer and a nutritionist. A fashion, fitness, art, culture and travel writer, who loves to explore and experiment the experience through words with an add-ons of personal touch. Her passion for fashion, lifestyle and fitness is what motivates her to write regularly. Favourite Car: Audi R8 Quote: If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door