Synonyms for liftback or Related words with liftback
Examples of "liftback"
was introduced for the Japanese market in April 1973, but not until July 1974 for export models. Models for the Japanese market
were the 1600ST, 1600GT (TA27), 2000ST, and 2000GT (RA25 and RA28). The American
was only offered as GT (RA29) with a 2.2-liter 20R engine for the 1976 and 1977 model year. All the
models have flat noses.
4dr sedan, 2dr hardtop, 4dr
coupé (standard only sedan)
In 2009, BMW released the 5 Series Gran Turismo (F07), a five-door
of similar body style to the Porsche Panamera. The GT is much taller than other fastback/
Variants of the VR-4 using the same engine and drivetrain were sold in Japan as the Eterna XX-4
(1992) and Galant Sports GT
The Sprinter sports cars, in two-door coupé and three-door
forms, were notable for being the line's first use of pop-up headlamps, which the equivalent Corolla Levin sports models did not have. The
has a .
An AMX version of the Spirit
was offered for 1979 and 1980.
The RSX was marketed in April 2001 as a sports coupe /
The Dacia Solenza was a subcompact
automobile manufactured by Romanian auto marque Dacia.
For 1981, AMC introduced Eagle models (SX/4
and Kammback sedan) based on both Spirit body styles.
In 1979, the Spirit sedan replaced the Gremlin. A new fastback version of the car, the Spirit
, proved successful.
1974 brought the third generation Sprinter based on the third generation Corolla coupe, 2 door sedan, 4 door sedan and
. Once again, the differences between the Corolla and Sprinter were mostly cosmetic. Sedans received a more formal upright grill, while the coupe and
received a sleeker, aerodynamic looking frontal treatment.
Originally known simply as the 9000, the original
variant was later given the CC identifier, standing for "combi coupe", to differentiate it from the CD sedan and CS
. While originally equipped with an upright front design, this was replaced by the sloped version in mid-1990—the design that had earlier debuted on the 9000 CD (sedan) in 1987.
The Renault 21
and sedan petrol-fueled models ceased production in early 1994, following the launch of the all-new Laguna
, but the diesels and the Nevada/Savanna remained on the market, until their replacement Laguna variants were launched (late 1994 for the diesels and late 1995 for the Nevada/Savanna).
The Australian spec Celica ST162 were the base model ST with 3S-FE engine offered as coupe and
, and the top of the line SX
with higher performance 3S-GE Twincam engine. Rear spoiler and alloy wheels came standard on the SX, which made it the same appearance as the Japanese GT-R or American GT-S.
is a broad marketing term for a hatchback where the rear cargo door is more horizontal than vertical, with a sharply raked or fastback profile. In comparison with the hatchback the back opening area is more sloped and longer and is lifted up to open, offering more luggage space. Very similar is the "fastback".
and fastback are often misused. A fastback is described as a hatchback where the rear cargo door flows down continuously from the roof of the car and most of the time is not as raked as the
Although there is no "B" pillar in the
, the rear windows do not roll down (as they do in the hardtop coupe).
Multiple pick-ups derived from the original sedan and estate bodies, but also a less popular 2-door coupe and an even rarer
Shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in October–November 1971, the SV-1 was the prototype for the Celica
released in April 1973.
version was also produced, known as the Eterna ZR-4. This had some minor cosmetic differences, but mechanically was the same as the VR-4 sedan.
Originally conceived as a possible successor to the Porsche 944, the Corrado is a three-door hatchback/
with a 2+2 seating layout.
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