A coupé utility is an unusual automotive body style that combines a conventional passenger car with an integrated cargo bed. It was first developed in Australia in the early 1930s, and spread throughout the world. Usually, a manufacturer will take an existing car and simply add a bed to it, with no change to the mechanicals or the front half of the body. For example, Chevrolet El Caminos built from 1964 to 1977 were based on the Chevelles of that period.
Hot Wheels has produced a few coupé utilities over the years, most of which are either Chevrolet El Caminos or generic cars of their own design.
Order of release
|1968 Hot Wheels||Custom Fleetside|
|1970 Hot Wheels||Seasider|
|1970 Set||Sky Show Fleetside|
|1974 Hot Wheels||Breakaway Bucket|
|1975 Hot Wheels||Sand Drifter|
|1984 Hot Wheels Real Riders||Dodge Rampage|
|1999 Cool Collectible||'70 El camino|
|2000 First Editions||'69 El Camino|
|2008 Modern Classics||'80 Chevy El Camino|
|2010 HW's Garage 30 car set||'71 El Camino|
|2010 Holiday Hot Rods Target Exclusive||'72 Ford Ranchero|
|2011 New Models 41/50||'65 Ford Ranchero|
|2012 The Hot Ones||Subaru B.R.A.T.|
|New! for 2013 HW Stunt - HW Stunt Circuit||Fig Rig|
|2013 San Diego Comic Con||'71 El Camino|
Pages in category "Coupé Utilities"
The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.