2010 Audi S5 Video

The 2010 Audi S5 Cabriolet is a desirable convertible that proves to be one of the most accommodating vehicles in its class, according to Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays. Still, he has a question for Audi: a soft-top convertible? Why no metal hardtop like its competitors? Check out the video for answers, not to mention a non-Chicago filming locale.
By Stephen Markley | December 18, 2009 | Comments (1)
Tags: Audi, Audi S5



Soft-top convertibles afford several major advantages over hard-top convertibles, including:

1. Less weight
2. Less intrusive when down (i.e.: larger usable trunk space)
3. Can be folded or deployed when driving at a faster speed
4. Can be easier to replicate the coupe lines

I can understand concerns of security, which is where I personally think hard-top has the edge.

For me though, living in the Pacific NW, it's the coupe for me.

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