Is there no term the auto industry hasn't ruined? Coupes are now increasingly "four-door coupes," which is a fancy term for less practical sedans. Proper wagons have morphed into either swoopy sportwagons, "touring" models, or cladded and jacked-up faux SUVs. And most SUVs are now crossovers, or elevated cars that would have trouble navigating a polo field.
The shooting brake used to be one of the untouched automotive niches. And by niche I mean there weren't that many of them. The Volvo P1800ES comes to the mind of most Americans, but there was also the fantastically interesting Reliant Scimitar GTE. Recently there's the Ferrari FF, which, if you get over the fact it's a Ferrari wagon, is a gorgeous piece of design from most angles. And you could even call the Volvo C30 a shooting brake, because it's essentially a chopped, swoopier two-door Volvo V50.