A coupe (from the French past participle coupé) is a car with the body style two doors and fixed roof, that is shorter than a sedan or saloon (British and Irish English) of the same model, It may or may not have back seating for two persons.
The precise definition of the term varies between manufacturers and over time.
Can a 4 door car be a coupe?
Most people would define a coupe as being a two-door vehicle while a sedan is a four-door. That’s actually not the case, since coupes can have four doors and sedans can have two doors.
What is a coupe vs Sedan?
A sedan traditionally refers to a vehicle that has four doors, while a coupe refers to a vehicle with two-doors.
What is the difference between a coupe and a hardtop?
A hardtop has no B-pillar, which is the pillar between the front and rear side windows. A hardtop can be 2-doors or 4-doors. A coupe is a body style that can be a proper hardtop or with a B-pillar. So Diego, would a hardtop sedan have the framed-in windows on the doors?
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