Here’s a picture of an auto top imitating a skilled Yogi, after electrically folding itself into a pretzel behind the seats on a 2015 Boxster S.
In seven seconds.
A Bugeye it’s not.
You would think the Brits would do a better job designing a top for car that was born in such a moist climate, but before we get too critical, we are reminded that this was a $1,795 car when new (and that Boxster was about $80k). While it lacks the one touch luxury of modern electric tops, it makes up for it with charm.
The video below shows how I put on and remove a Bugeye top. It takes longer than seven seconds (but less than seven minutes).
We fit lots of tops on Bugeyes and stock an array of custom colors, like the burgundy top you see here. Feel free to call or email if you are looking for a top for your Sprite.