Mitsubishi's new Colt CZC convertible will cost from £13,999 when it goes on sale in April.
The Colt CZC uses an electrically-folding metal roof similar to this in the Peugeot 206 CC, Nissan Micra C+C and Vauxhall Tigra.
The cheaper model in the two-car range uses a 107bhp 1.5-litre engine, while a turbocharger boosts this to 147bhp in the £15,999 CZC Turbo.
The entry-level car has a 0-62mph time of 10.5sec, top speed of 114mph and combined fuel consumption of 42.8mpg. Carbon dioxide emissions of 157g/km earn it a place in the 18% company car tax band.
The CZC Turbo sprints to 62mph in 8.4sec, tops 126mph and returns 39.8mpg. A higher carbon dioxide output puts it in the 20% company car tax band.
Standard equipment for both models includes four airbags, air-conditioning, alloy wheels, MP3 CD stereo and front fog lights. The Turbo has stability and traction control, part leather seats, a more aggressive-looking front bumper and different alloy wheels.
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