i've ridden in a number of mini vans. the town'n'country and
the grand caravan both possess 2nd AND 3rd row seats that
fold into bucket compartments below the floor ( named
stow'n'go). most minivans have them for the 3rd row
however with 2nd and 3rd row seats folded and invisible,
surface remains going all the way from the front seats to
now, this minivan, ordinarily amazing for tranporting
to largish size groups of human beings is now a cargo mini
capable of easily housing a full size mattress on its flatbed
footprint, it could easily fit a queen and more but for the
that the roof is in the way.
now i got to thinking, why not have a minivan with a
convertible TOP that folds away so that you have a flatbed.
i know i know so many of you are going to point out that the
azure and other suv crossover models have mini flatbeds, or
that the camino or small pickups out there can easily
'top' that is bolted onto the flatbed.
you are listening but you aren't HEARING ME. like jimi
the point of a convertible is that it folds and unfolds on a
moments notice and makes the minivan useful AS A TRUCK
needed , when needed, on a moments notice whenever
this is actually a sweet ass idea for a car, and if it hasn't
already been done, i guarantee it will, it's too obviously
awsome NOT to try and sell.
also, the chevy avalanche with the unique mid-gate was
probably as close as they come to my idea, but it's NOT my