I'm not, but just wondering if anyone has as of late?
Not a convertible per se, but even a targa top would be awesome.No, no news on anything. IMO its because they are working on projects but don't have anything to announce yet and don't want to fall into the 'DB Trap'.
TBH I doubt they have the resources to do a convertible Evora.
Call me naive but you've got to think that eventually they have to come out with a targa or convertible. I'm thinking that I'd instantly go with one but honestly the deal would have to be right.I would instantly trade for a convertable and drop one car from the stable.
I thought I read somewhere that they decided to use the artega chassis over the Evoras:shrug:
That's because manufacturers keep making them as 'add-ons' that are hundred of pounds heavier than the coupe. So, you lose in driving dynamics to get a little wind in you face.Not sure how well they would sell. I just read some article about how convertibles are becoming less and less desirable in the US.
At this point it seems likely that the production B6 is Evora-based, but I still haven't found anything truly authoritative. Spyker B6 Venator to pack Lotus power - Autoblog would seem to indicate that Lotus are involved.Considering the Spyker B6 was just given a green light, that would mean a version of the Evora spyder is going into production.