Ignoring the fact that Christmas is just around the corner, all of this cold weather has got me craving some sunshine and supercars so here's a quick list of what I'd class as the hottest convertibles on sale right now.
Ferrari 488 Spider
Naturally you can't have a supercar list without a Ferrari and this one is no different. Although I'd love to put the 458 Speciale Aperta, it's no longer available brand new so it can't make this list. Alas, the 488 Spider is still an incredible looking car and with the V8 soundtrack just inches away it'll make the perfect canyon road carver.
McLaren 570S Spider
The 570S Spider used to sit at the top of the Sports Series segment in the McLaren range but the new 600LT has just stolen its spot. Despite that the 570S still offers mountains of performance for a smaller price in the supercar market and like the Ferrari, offers a turbocharged V8 to sample.
Aston Martin V12 Zagato Volante
Aston Martin are known for their beautiful cars and with the naturally aspirated V12 engine it has residing within it's a more than worthy contender. Not so much focused on outright speed, the Aston offers a more luxurious turn on things which makes it the odd one out here but I challenge you to find a better sounding engine.
Lamborghini Huracan Performante Spyder
Lamborghini's ultimate track toy recently lost its roof but somehow managed to keep all of its hardcore components making it our ultimate performance car on this list. It's powerful, light and angry with a complex AWD system and over 600bhp meaning you'll find it difficult to find a car faster from A to B. Add an unlimited sky above you to the equation and you're onto a winner.
Porsche Turbo S Cabriolet
The Porsche 911 Turbo S Cab is the last to feature on our list but don't think that means it's the least. Described as soulless to some, the 911 pound for pound is perhaps the most performance you can get for your buck and thus is well deserved to have a place here. It doesn't have a V8 rumble, a V10 scream or a V12 presence but the 3.8 litre flat-six engine is one of the most sophisticated engines produced. German efficiency, eh!
So, who can suggest a better option?