33: Audi S5 Cabriolet
Another convertible on the market is the S5 Cabriolet, a car that has gone over numerous changes in the last decade. Audi has been trying to market the car as an alternative to other expensive sports convertibles. But the S5 hasn’t managed to catch on with the crowd. First and foremost, the car has a design that mimics the rest of the already existing Audi line. With stiff new competition coming from Tesla and a bevy of other automakers the S5 is not likely to make it. Audi bolstered the S5 in recent years with a complete overhaul and higher-quality interior materials. When you think of a car like the S5 about performance you know there are very few like it on the road anymore.
It would appear that Audi was going for the ultimate road car, but there are so many shortcomings that it just doesn’t deliver. Drivers can get the same amount of thrills for a much lower price tag. Likewise, the Audi S5 doesn’t firmly build on the automaker’s reputation for quality and innovation. For those who are looking for a car that makes a statement, the S5 Cabriolet isn’t it. The car just lacks that natural appeal that you’d expect from a car in this price range. Likewise, the S5 also doesn’t make use of the updated Audi characteristics on the track. Needless to say, you are going to find a lot more fun to drive convertibles elsewhere. Audi will keep trying to nail it out of the ballpark but the S5 isn’t the car to do that with.