5. Fiat 500 Abarth Cabrio
Last year, Fiat released the 500 Abarth, a performance-tuned version of the sub-compact 500. A successful series of commercials that starred Catrinel Menghia lead to sales success.
Its true that the top doesn’t actually come all the way off, but you’ll be able to open and close the cloth roof at up to 50 mph.
Staring at 26,700, the open-air model costs $4,000 more than the normal Abarth, which might make some buyers hesitate. Then again, the car retains more structural rigidity by keeping its pillars rather than cutting them off. The convertible gear also only adds 33 lbs to the car’s curb weight.