A Hatchback is a type of car which has a sloped back and a rear door that swings upwards when opened. Hatchback has some common features such as a shared passenger and cargo area. Pillars are not mentioned in the formal definition of a Hatchback.

In 1930, the hatchback body style car was appeared, but according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the term itself dates to 1970.

The hatchback style body has been sold worldwide on cars ranging in size from super mini to family cars, as well as executive cars.

Hatchbacks described as 3-door or 5-door cars. It may have a removable rigid parcel shelf, liftable with the tailgate, or flexible roll-up tonneau cover, and cargo space behind the rear seats.


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