cabrio


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cabrio

(ˈkæbriːˌəʊ)
n
(Automotive Engineering) short for cabriolet
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cabrio

n (inf)Cabrio nt, → Kabrio nt
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The rear-wheel-drive E400 cabrio base price is $66,300.
Auto Business News-September 30, 2016--Smart launches fortwo and fortwo cabrio at 2016 Paris Auto Show
CITROEN has always taken a walk along the wild side with its models and styling in a French left-bank sort of way, and its DS 3 Cabrio is a case in point.
The Cabrio maximises the fun factor and represents a perfect halfway house between a conventional hardtop and a convertible.
Byline: TEST DRIVE DS3 CABRIO THP 165 PRESTIGE By Enda Mullen
Opt for the DS 3 Cabrio and you get one of the most breeze free convertibles around.
Limited to a run of 500 in the UK, the designfocused trim grade can be bought as a hatchback or a Cabrio, and with manual or automatic gears.
Here's one though, that doesn't require you to make too many: the sleeker, smarter DS3 Cabrio.
True, you never get the full "wind in the hair" feeling that you would in a classic conventional cabriolet lacking this DS model's fixed side panels but there's quite enough exposure to the elements in the fully open position to give you that real cabrio feeling, though buffeting is reduced because you're better hidden from the blustery conditions.
This will be crucial in winning new customers, something the cabrio version may be able to assist with.
LIMITED editions don't come much more limited than Citroen's when it comes to its storming new open-top DS3 Racing Cabrio which will have a production run of just 100 for the whole world.
The car in question is the new Citroen DS3 Cabrio Racing.