15 Sedans That Should Come as Coupes

We'd love it if these four-door fun cars cane in two-door variants.

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Subaru

Yesterday we asked you which new sedans deserve a two-door variant. As always, there were a ton of responses, but here are the 11 cars we saw repeated the most.

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Jaguar
Jaguar XJ

Ever since Jaguar discontinued the XK, there hasn't been a big two-door grand-tourer in its lineup (the gorgeous F-Type is more of a pure sports car). Removing a couple of doors from the current XJ sedan would fill that vacancy perfectly.

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Volvo
Volvo S60

Currently, Volvo has zero coupes in its lineup, and that's a shame. The Polestar 1 is coming soon, but it'll be expensive and won't wear the Volvo badge. What Volvo should do is take the stunning new S60 sedan and transform it into a sporty coupe people will want.

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Cadillac
Cadillac CTS

We'd all like to see the return of the big American luxury coupe, and the CTS is the perfect car for the job. The bigger CT6 would be nice too, but we can't help thinking how great a 640-horsepower CTS-V coupe would be to drive.

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Audi
Audi RS7

If you want a two-door GT performance car from Audi, the closest you can get is the new RS5. If you're hoping for anything bigger, you're out of luck. That's where an RS7 coupe would fit in nicely.

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Kia
Kia Stinger

Kia's new Stinger sedan has received generally positive reviews since its release in late 2017. It's a stylish car, certainly worthy of a two-door version. With cars like the BMW 4-Series, Audi A5, and Mercedes C-Class Coupe on the road, we don't see a reason why Kia shouldn't follow suit.

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This Bentley may be named for the Mulsanne Corner on the Circuit de la Sarthe, but it's no race car. The Mulsanne is the most luxurious vehicle Bentley can build. The rear seats are inspired by first-class cabins in airplanes, and the options available are limited only by your imagination—and your budget.
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Bentley Mulsanne

While a Mulsanne Coupe doesn't exist, it's worth noting Bentley is building a handful of convertibles—though none of them are coming to the US market. In case you really need a big two-door fix, you can always call up this shop and have them fabricate a custom example for you.

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Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio

The Giulia Quadrifoglio is one of the best-driving sedans on sale right now, but it's lacking one major thing: a two-door version. Cars like the M4, RS5, and C63 S Coupe mean there's certainly a market for it. All Alfa has to do is make it.

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Honda
Honda Accord

We were sad to hear Honda wouldn't be bringing back the two-door version of the Honda Accord for its newest generation. We called the previous-gen Coupe the last real American muscle car thanks to its old-style approach to the driving experience. Please bring it back, Honda.

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Honda
Honda Civic Type R

Of course, the Accord isn't the only Honda we'd like to see as a coupe. Currently, you can only get the Civic Type R in five-door form. Imagine how much lighter and capable a coupe or three-door-hatchback version would be?

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<p>FCA has done a great job of differentiating <a href="http://quizcards.info/new-cars/first-drives/reviews/a18276/2012-chrysler-300s/" target="_blank">the Chrysler 300</a> and <a href="http://quizcards.info/new-cars/first-drives/a26249/dodge-charger-hellcat-test/" target="_blank">the Dodge Charger</a>, focusing more on luxury and comfort than handling in the 300. But if <a href="http://quizcards.info/new-cars/road-tests/videos/a26521/dodge-challenger-scat-pack-review/" target="_blank">Dodge gets the Challenger</a>, why doesn't Chrysler get a big, muscular coupe too? A two-door, comfort-tuned Chrysler 300 Coupe is something we could get behind.</p>
Chrysler
Chrysler 300

FCA has done a great job of differentiating the Chrysler 300 and the Dodge Charger, focusing more on luxury and comfort than handling in the 300. But if Dodge gets the Challenger, why doesn't Chrysler get a big, muscular coupe too? A two-door, comfort-tuned Chrysler 300 Coupe is something we could get behind.

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<p>We doubt it would have the swagger of, say, a 1966 Lincoln Continental coupe, but <a href="http://quizcards.info/car-shows/detroit-auto-show/news/a27880/live-photos-2017-lincoln-continental/" target="_blank">the latest Lincoln</a> absolutely screams for a two-door version. Not only does the design lend itself to coupe form, it's also appropriate considering the Continental's history. If Lincoln wants to make a luxury comeback, it should drop the Continental's rear doors.</p>
Lincoln Continental

We doubt it would have the swagger of, say, a 1961 Lincoln Continental coupe, but the latest Lincoln absolutely screams for a two-door version. Not only does the design lend itself to coupe form, it's also appropriate considering the Continental's history. If Lincoln wants to make a luxury comeback, it should drop the Continental's rear doors.

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Mazda
Mazda6

The Mazda6 already has a lot going for it. In the midsize sedan segment, it's the best looking, and it's also one of the best to drive. Capitalizing on that success, we think Mazda should go back to the days when the 626 was also sold as a coupe.

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Porsche Panamera

What the Porsche Panamera lacks in looks, it more than makes up for in driving dynamics. That's why we think Porsche should channel the 928 and build a two-door version of the Panamera. The front-engine layout and grand touring focus would keep the Panamera Coupe from stepping on the 911's toes, and we have a feeling it would look significantly better than the sedan.

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Subaru
Subaru WRX STI

In 1998, Subaru built a coupe version of the STI called the 22B. Considering Subaru won't sell us a hatchback version of the current STI, and it won't build a more powerful BRZ, we see a perfect opportunity for the return of the STI Coupe. Priced well above the BRZ and likely more hardcore than the STI sedan, we'd love for Subaru to give us the option of an STI Coupe.

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Tesla
Tesla Model S

People have been clamoring for a Tesla Model S Coupe for years and for good reason. Its already attractive design would look great in coupe form, making the already fashionable Model S even more fashionable. Heck, maybe Tesla could even figure out a way to fit the Model S Coupe with Falcon doors from the Model X. Now that would be awesome.

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