Sedan
A sedan has four doors and a traditional trunk. It is roomy, comfortable car with ample room for five adult passengers including a driver.
Pickup
A pickup truck has a passenger cab and an open cargo bed in the rear. They can take a two-door or four-door configuration.
SUV/Crossover
SUVs—often also referred to as crossovers—tend to be taller and boxier, offer an elevated seating position, and have more ground clearance.
Coupe/Sport
A coupe/Sport is a closed-body style, two-door car with the seating capacity of generally two or four seats placed in 2+2 configuration.
Convertible
Convertibles have retractable or foldable roofs that are either soft or hard. They can convert from being open-topped to closed-topped cars.
Hatchback
Three or five door cars with a rear door that swings upward to increase a cargo area. This has separate cabin for engine. Passenger and cargo areas are together.
Wagon
Station wagons, aka wagons or estate, have an extended rear. They typically have an extra seat for passengers or cargo space.
Van
Vans, also known as multi-purpose vehicles. They can accommodate seven or more passengers.
Motorbike
Motorbike is a two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle. Motorcycle design varies greatly to suit a range of different purposes.
Threewheel
A three-wheeled motor vehicle.
Bus
A bus is a road vehicle designed to carry many passengers.
Truck or heavy duty
Vehicles designed for heavy work.