A hardtop is a term for a rigid, rather than canvas, automobile roof. It has been used in several contexts: detachable hardtops, retractable hardtop roofs, and the so-called pillarless hardtop body style.

Among the modern body designs is the two- or four-door hardtop that typically "does not have a center pillar" and requires additional reinforcement compared to similar sedan styles for support in rollover situations.

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