We understand automobiles as machines that carry us around with our stuff. The definition necessarily involves some degree of practicality. Koenigseggs have hardly any space for people inside, let alone luggage. How do we make sense of them as cars?
In our morning roundup of car news, we brought up a question asked by Kicking Tires: "are sedans the forgotten family car?" Reader ThirdPedalGirl gave us a clear answer, breaking down why families choose one type of vehicle over another, and what practicality really means.