Two-door cars don't sell in America.
And yet they keep coming.
The watchers of the auto industry will point out that two-doors -- whether they are coupe hardtops or two-door convertibles -- are not at the top of the American shopping list. Consumers might appreciate their looks. They might covet one -- a Corvette, for example. And they might even occasionally buy them with mass-market zeal, such as with the Ford Mustang.
But in the daily grind of building and selling vehicles that U.S. consumers want, it is four-door sedans, it is increasingly four-door crossovers, and it is pickups, usually with four doors.