The Forgotten Gullwing. Back in 1970, this car was a hero, breaking all the records with its revolutionary Wankel diesel engine. A few prototypes where built, but never came out as a production model.>> more
A coupe (or coupé) is a two or four-seater car with a fixed roof and two doors. The style is generally used for sportier models in a manufacturer's range.In the 19th century, a coupé was a carriage with two doors enclosing seating for two with an exposed area on the front for a driver. In recent times it has become very common for a coupe's roof to slope down at the back in a shallow 'streamlined' fashion.This is sometimes called a 'fastback' design. Speakers of American English pronounce the word to rhyme with "sloop" (IPA) /ku:p/).and spell it without an accent. In Europe and the UK, the original French spelling and a semi-French pronunciation are often used — ( /'ku:pe?/).
Coupe Desire is non commercial web page. We presents more than 800 different coupe cars and more than 2000 pictures. The main category divided the coupes by continents, where they were buit.We are well aware that our data base of coupe cars is far from complete and that we have missed some important coupe names out there. If you have any data that might help us to complete our existing data base and you are willing to share that data with us, we kindly ask you that you inform us via e-mail. All photography are uploaded and copyrighted to its Author.