Something that you generally don’t really see anymore is one model of car with multiple, significantly different body styles. Like this 1980 Toyota Celica, which you could have in liftback or coupé form, and the body changes were significant, with everything different from the B-pillar back. This isn’t some VW Atlas/Atlas Cross Sport situation where you need a tape measure to know which version you’re looking at.
What if the new Supra, for example, came in a fastback and coupé form? Or if you could get a notchback version of the Kia Soul? Or even two- and four-door versions of the same car? That’s pretty much gone, too.
Is that bad? Good? Honestly, I don’t even know anymore. Maybe it was confusing, maybe it was fun? Probably both.