A souped-up Audi RS5 and an all-new Jaguar F-Type were among the convertibles on display here at the 2013 Detroit Auto.
While this year's car show touts both environmentally conscious as well as luxury vehicles, those who like to put the top down aren't being left out in the Motor City.
German automaker Audi (ETR:NSU) has its RS5 convertible on the show floor, with more details about the car expected to come later Monday. A version of the 2013 model on display in Detoit had an MSRP of $125,900, although the convertible can be yours for a more modest price around $60,000.
Porsche showed off its 2013 Boxster at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The convertible has a base MSRP of $49,500. The version on display at the car show was priced at $70,675.
Nearby Dearborn, Mich.-based Ford (NYSE:F) rolled out a slew of convertibles at the auto show, with the Mustang V6 Premium billed as the most impressive model.
The 2013 Mustang V6 Premium comes standard with a 3.7-liter V6 engine. LED sequential tail lamps, also standard, adorn the back of the convertible. The base model starts at $31,200.
Lexus, the luxury brand of Japanese automaker Toyota (NYSE:TM), showed off its 350C convertible at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The 350C has a 19/27/22 mpg rating, 306 horsepower and a 3.5-liter V6 engine.
British carmaker Jaguar, owned by India-based Tata Motors Limited (NYSE:TTM), touted its 2014 F-Type at the car show. The convertible is expected to hit the U.S. market this summer.
The base model Jaguar convertible can go from 0-to-6 in 5.1 seconds, while the most expensive F-Type V8 S can go 0-to-6 in 4.2 seconds. The F-Type starts at $69,000, while the mid-range F-Type S has an MSRP of $81,000. The top model F-Type V8 S starts at $92,000.
Click through the slideshow to check out the five best convertibles at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.