hard-top

hard-top

A hard-surfaced road.
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The hard-top jeep was on way from Muzaffarabad to its destination near Sairi Dara, the police officer added.
The open-top Zerouno features a removable hard-top roof, as the intricate design of the hypercar leaves no space for folding rooftop.
The basic recipe though, is much as before, with a threedoor-only range of hard-top or Cabrio models, striking practical design both inside and out, a range of proven engines and a huge variety of personalisation options.
Otherwise, the PS13,265 car will share the same specifications and equipment as the hard-top ForTwo.
Passion, Prime and Proxy have been confirmed as the trim level choices, mirroring the hard-top ForTwo range.
It will also take the Evoque through the 500,000 sales figure within a few months - having sold 450,000 in the standard hard-top in just four years.
Put down the Miata's soft- or hard-top roof and the drive can be a tonic -- full of sun, warmth and energy.
Available only with the folding hard-top roof, buyers have a choice of a 124bhp 1.8 petrol or a 158bhp 2.0-litre, with prices starting at PS20,995 on the road.
There isn't a huge raft of changes for the retractable hard-top roadster, but there are some tweaks to the headlamps that include the usual addition of LED lamps, and there's new chrome surrounds for the indicators, too.
Featuring a twin-turbo W12 engine tuned to produce an astonishing 616bhp, the convertible version of the GT Speed that was unveiled last year shares most of its technology with its hard-top sibling.