5 of BMW's Best Looking Convertibles
BMW just unveiled the 2015 2 Series Convertible. It's certainly a good looking convertible, but it doesn't stand out at one of the Top 5 convertibles to come from Bavaria – not by a long shot. It's a little too bland to be considered one of the best looking of all time. We have devised our top 5 favorite convertibles to come from the BMW factory in Bavaria in the last 90 years or so. Go ahead and beat me up in the comments below, but these are my choices. It's a purely subjective list, obviously (click the links to see more). In no particular order: 2003 BMW Z4 convertible
From my viewpoint the first year was the best for the Z4 convertible. Well, that is until maybe the 2006 BMW Z4 M Roadster, but we liked that more for the inline six that pumped out 343 horsepower.
1957 BMW 507 convertible
It was a sales dud in the United States, but Elvis owned one when stationed in Germany. It's just a stunning two seater that Americans should have bought by the hundreds.
1975 BMW Baur 2002 convertible
Only a few made it to the US, but it was distinctive for its sharp creases and firm stance. I like it because it's a hardtop Beemer that you instantly recognize.
1956 BMW 503 convertible
Like the 507, this too was intended to set American hearts a flutter but it never clicked. It's a beauty reminiscent of a classic Mercedes-Benz ragtop.
1939 BMW 335 cabriolet
This is a rare four-door convertible that makes the list. It was produced, unfortunately, during the run-up to World War II but that doesn't make it any less stunning.
Comment below and convince me why your choice deserves to be on the top 5 list. Make me update this list by proving me wrong.