2014 SEAT Roadster Is Going to Rule the Roads

Two seat convertibles are the craze of the younger generations. Admiring the demand of the young clients, different car manufacturing companies are going to make the upcoming 2014 a year for two seat Roadsters. Though still the designs are under construction, rumors have revealed many secrets about the upcoming road ruler, the 2014 SEAT Roadster.

According to the rumor, Roadster prepared by Honda is almost like S800 and the Beat. An extended version suggested that the upcoming model of Honda will be a roofless version of the CR-Z, but later it has been proved that it’s nothing but a rumor. In fact, the platform of the upcoming model is entirely new and it will have a configuration of mid-engine. The most amazing feature of the model is its different type of wheel. And the breaking news is this entire new model is coming with a reasonable price tag. Though the previous model was not that much speedy and powerful, the upcoming one is going to take the road on fire as the new one targets the international market whereas the old one was limited to the domestic market.

Kia, the South Korean car manufacturing company has also planned on producing a new model of two-Seat sport Roadster in the upcoming 2014. The first look at this model by Kia may give you an impression that it’s another version of the Mazda2 convertible. But a close look at it will break your wrong idea regarding the upcoming 2014 SEAT Roadster by Kia. It is not decided yet that whether this model is rear-wheel-drive or front-wheel-drive. Hopefully this model from Kia will be able to have a turbocharged engine having 4-cylinders that may make it an extraordinarily interesting car.

2014 SEAT Roadster

2014 SEAT Roadster

Besides these other companies are also coming with their 2014 SEAT Roadster models to keep the roads on fire. So, all we just need to do now is wait.

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