Custom Convertible Vehicle

Custom Vehicle
May 28, 2012
Convertible Tops
May 29, 2012

Newport Convertible engineering is currently the only US coach builder that designs, engineers and distributes the Lexus LX 570 Convertible Vehicles throughout the world.

 

Newport Convertible Engineering was the first US coach builder that designed, engineered and distributed limited Falcon Hunting Toyota Land Cruiser Convertible Vehicles throughout the world!

 

Newport Convertible Engineering was the first US coach builder that designed, engineered and distributed limited Falcon Hunting GMC YUKON Convertible Vehicles throughout the world!

Newport Convertible Engineering is an original design manufacturer(ODM) that designs and engineers authentic convertible tops on all brands of automobiles.
NCE has recieved world wide recognition for their original convertible designs.

A convertible vehicle, also known as a “drop top vehicle” is a type of vehicle of various vehicle body styles that can ‘convert’ from an enclosed to an open-air vehicle.
Roof designs vary widely, with several common characteristics. Earlier convertibles features roofs that were demountable and/or detachable.
Often the roof is hinged and folds away, either into a recess behind the rear seats or into the boot or trunk of the vehicle.
The roof may operate either manually or automatically via hydraulic or electrical actuators, and the roof itself may be constructed of soft or rigid material.
Soft-tops are made of vinyl, canvas or other textile material, while hard-tops are made of steel, aluminum, plastic or other rigid materials.
Contemporary convertibles are known and marketed under several different terms due to the convergence of body styles over the years.
A soft-top convertible vehicle may also be referred to as a cabriolet or cabrio, although two-seater soft tops often retain the name roadster, referring to their body style.
Hard-top vehicles are marketed under the terms coupé cabriolet, coupé convertible or simply retractable hardtop, while two-seaters more commonly use coupé roadster/roadster coupé

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