BMW has extended the 1-Series range by adding a convertible model to the already extensive three-strong lineup. Scheduled to be revealed at the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show, the new car shares a virtually identical silhouette as its coupe sibling but features an electro-hydraulic fabric roof.
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