Too often, we think of convertibles as elemental sports cars, designed for going fast and attacking curves with the wind whipping through your hair. But we’d posit that while convertibles make great sports cars, the body style is at its best in more a relaxed role.
Take the 2020 BMW 840i. Oh sure, it has performance pretenses – there’s a Sport driving mode and paddle shifters behind the steering wheel – but this is a car that’s best at about 45 miles per hour with the roof down, traveling in a straight line. It’s a car for cruising, not corner carving, and that’s a key to appreciating the biggest two-door BMW.
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