Fresh off the introduction of the all-new 2019 Bentley Continental GT, the British ultra-luxury carmaker has released the drophead version. A convertible usually has compromises versus its fixed-roof sibling, but the Continental GT gives up nothing except the top when you don't need it. The performance figures are the same between the two cars, with naught-to-60 coming at 3.8 seconds and a ludicrous tops speed of 207 MPH. The chassis is 20% lighter and 5% more rigid than the previous convertible, and amazingly, is as quiet as the previous hardtop. The unique z-fold top retracts or unfolds in 19 seconds at speeds of up to 30 MPH, meaning you'll never get caught in the rain, and redesigned neckwarmers give you little reason to ever put the top up. And if owning a Bentley doesn't satisfy your British fix, you can get the Continental GT convertible top in the most British fabric ever — tweed.