That might be why during the last third of the last century some sports cars appeared with fixed metal tops and an aft, hatchback type door. Three such cars are treated here.
The first example is the MGB GT hatchback produced 1965-1980. (The roadster dates from 1962. Wikipedia entry for the MGB is here.) According to the link, Pininfarina was responsible for the GT styling.
Next is the Volvo P1800 ES, a station wagon version of the coupé sports car (background here). The sports cars were produced 1961-1973, but the ES version lasted only two model years, 1972-1973.
The most recent of the three is the BMW Z3 M Coupé, produced 1998-2002. The roadster was produced 1996-2002. Wikipedia entry here.
Images below are either factory publicity or cars listed for sale, unless noted.
* * * * * MGB * * * * *
* * * * * Volvo P1800 * * * * *
* * * * * BMW Z3 * * * * *