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liftback

(ˈlɪftˌbæk)
n
a car having a sloping rear end with a single door that is lifted to open
British term: hatchback
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On the subject of the rear end, one of the coolest features of the 2017 Panamera is the new two-stage spoiler that first lifts up out of the liftback and then folds out to provide a larger, wider surface area that increases much needed downforce during performance driving.
It featured an unusual fourseat, three-door body, somewhere between a liftback and an estate, echoing the old P1800.