Cars That Should Have Been Offered As WagonsS

We love wagons and we want to see more of them on the road instead of SUVs and bloated crossovers. Unfortunately, car makers are often afraid that the wagon body style won't sell well while driving up manufacturing costs.

That's probably why you can't buy a BMW M5 wagon today.

The car you see above is a 1975 Ferrari Daytona shooting brake. It's a one-off made by British coach builders Panther Westwinds.

Naturally, you can still turn anything into a wagon with deep enough pockets, but which car should have been a wagon as well straight from the factory?

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