landaulet

noun
lan·​dau·​let | \ˌlan-də-ˈlet \

Definition of landaulet 

: a small landau

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The world’s most expensive SUV at around $500,000, the full-size G50 is able to cross desert dunes powered by a V12 engine, and features a retractable, landaulet-style fabric roof in the back. Fortune, "Mercedes-Benz Aims at Billionaires With New Maybach Crossover," 24 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of landaulet

1794, in the meaning defined above

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