When the Chevy Volt comes out, I hope they offer it in a station wagon, perhaps a tall wagon for comfort and versatility. I've always liked wagons because they're practical and that little bit more room is always nice.
Umm... Just curious, why do you think so? You don't seem to be wrong, but I just don't get it. What do you think an SUV, Crossover or Minivan is? They're just big ol' wagons. IMO, as the price of gas raises higher and higher, we Americans will follow suit with the rest of the world, that already pay insane prices for gas, and embrace the wagon. Of course in Europe I think they call them Combis. Maybe that would make Americans like wagons better, just change the name and give it a byzantine series of letters and numbers make it seem more European. It's not a Country Squire Wagon, it's a Combi 3Xeti.A normal sedan has much more appeal to the masses than a wagon or hatchback.
They'll never just offer a wagon. That would be suicide for a new car. My hope is that they are thinking ahead and planning a whole family of body styles, you know, like it used to be. So the Volt could be a four door sedan, four door hatch back, four door wagon, two door coupe and two door convertible. Umm... Kind of like the old days.I know no one said this, but if they offered a wagon only, instead of a smaller car that would push a lot of people away just for size issues.