||A sedan can also be referred to as a saloon or convertible.
||A station wagon, or estate car, has a large rear door and a large baggage capacity.
||A 2-door coupe, or sports car, normally has a more rigid structure than a sedan or saloon.
||A hatchback is a versatile vehicle, similar to a sedan but with some of the benefits of a station wagon.
||A pick-up truck or utility can carry heavier loads and has stronger suspension.
|Light vehicle vans
||Vans are designed for maximum cargo space, and are generally based on light vehicle configurations.
|General goods transport vehicles
||Goods vehicles are specifically designed to carry various types of cargo.
|Buses & coaches
||Buses and coaches are passenger carrying vehicles - buses for commuter transport, coaches for longer distance travel.
||A convertible is an automobile built with a folding, retracting, or removable roof.
||Trucks are commercial goods-carrying vehicles. They can be small and relatively light, or massive and powerful vehicles that can tow multiple heavy trailers.
|Vehicle closures||A vehicle body contains many openings apart from the vehicle doors. All of these openings have to be secured and may require a remote switch or lever to be activated.|