roadster

[rohd-ster]
noun
1.
an early automobile having an open body, a single seat for two or three persons, and a large trunk or a rumble seat.
2.
a horse for riding or driving on the road.

Origin:
1735–45; road + -ster

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roadster (ˈrəʊdstə)
 
n
1.  an open car, esp one seating only two
2.  a kind of bicycle

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Example sentences
So it can be a roadster in summer and a saloon in winter.
With the coupe making its debut about a year ago, the roadster's arrival was
  inevitable.
The removable hardtop combines the practicality of a coupe with the al fresco
  fun of a roadster.
While it's a significant milestone for the roadster, that car also marked a
  world record for production of two-seat sports cars.
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