Due to structural difficulties, 4 door convertible cars are often a rarity. But for the four-door convertible cars developed, they use solid door frames so as to add rigidity to the chassis as well as a fabric roof which rolls back in between. In the past, there were several four-door convertibles that featured a ladder-style chassis instead of structural monocoques. It is only the Jeep Wrangler which keeps a separate chassis, thus, giving it a special place among convertible cars. The following are the latest four-door convertible cars.

A list of 5 latest 4 door convertible cars

The Citroen C1 Airscape

4 door convertible

The Citroen C1 Airscape presents the option of rear doors with its small but usable seats in the back. While the back seats are in use, however, the luggage space becomes limited.

This car is an improvement of the original C1 model. Though it keeps some of the characteristics present in the earlier model, it still presents a new and unique experience. It’s improved rear suspension enhances the ride quality of the car while its light steering makes it incredibly easy to navigate car parks and tight city streets.

The design is also remarkably distinctive. It features a wide array of colors and offers a variety of customization options. Considering it is a low-budget small car, its equipment levels are very impressive. For instance, its 7-inch touchscreen mounted into the dashboard is reminiscent of a connected smartphone that permits you to easily find the media you are searching for.

It features a 3 cylinder 1-liter engine which is just fine for most driving. Owing to its short lightweight chassis, the C1 Airscape feels lively driving around town. Moreover, it features an impressive fuel economy which means low emissions, and, thus, you do not have to worry about being taxed heavily for that.

To crown it all, the car has an improved side impact protection.

The 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

4 door convertible

The four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited takes convertible motoring to new levels. It has the advantage of a go-anywhere chassis as well as seating five people and having four doors. It features improved levels of comfort and equipment.

The 2010 Maybach Landaulet

4 door convertible

This is a four-door soft top convertible with an ability to seat a maximum of four passengers. Its price range starts from $1,380,000. There is a glass partition that separates the front cabin of the Maybach from the rear passenger compartment. It features a best-in-class engine power as the car is developed from the long-wheelbase Maybach 62S. It features an impressive interior with leather everywhere and separate Bluetooth connections for the rear and front compartments.

Since it was revived as a brand by the Mercedes-Benz, it has become a luxury automobile for the well-heeled, celebrities, corporate moguls, and other august persons. To crown the luxury of this car, it features state-of-the-art ambient lighting as well as a Bose surround-sound system. You can choose to be completely chauffeur-driven as you comfortably sit behind either tinted glass, or curtains of very fine material.

Cadillac Ciel Four-Door Convertible

4 door convertible

The four-door, four-seat convertible is designed to permit its owners, obviously the uber-rich, to play in the sun. It’s slab sides and suicide doors remind of the vintage 1960’s Lincoln Continental, but that is not to say that this convertible is copying anything from its cross-Detroit rivals. This convertible is impeccably done in Cadillac’s trademark art and science theme. You will realize that if you consider the Ciel’s front fenders and rear end that try to mimic the miniature tail fins of vintage Cadillacs.

It features an electronic door latch that you press to open or close each door automatically. The doors open with an electronic futuristic whoosh noise.

A 3.6-liter V-6 engine powers this highway goddess. It has twin turbochargers, direct injection as well as a lithium-ion hybrid system that, according to General Motors, can produce a sum-total of 425 horsepower.

The Peugeot 108 Top

4 door convertible

The Peugeot 108 Top features an improved luggage space. Though the back seats are small, they can be useful for children because the optional rear doors make access easier. The roof of this car rolls back, just opening at the top section of the car, thus, leaving door frames and the back window in their place. This provides a good airy feeling without permitting the cabin to get blustery. The four-door Peugeot 108 top is more sophisticated and conventionally styled compared to the Citroen C1.