Well, let me tell y'all sumpin.mdlestat said:Jesus God.
What is it with people and TRUNK SPACE.
It's a two-seat convertible roadster!!
It is stunning to me that people seem so manically concerned with what they can carry in the trunk.
Don't take it personally bcboy-- I'm glad you're here!-- I just can't for the life of me understand why cargo space is such a prominent part of the questioning regarding what is clearly a car meant for everything BUT delightful cargo capacity.
I've said it before-- and I'll keep saying it:
If cargo space is ANY significant part of your decision to buy the Sky or the Solstice, you're probably not the kind of customer the designers had in mind when they created these cars...
I've had convertibles and roadsters out the ying-yang since you-know-who was a cowboy - and trunk space DOES matter.
My BMW Z4 allows me to do more than just tool around for the sake of tooling around (not that tooling around isn't fun - it is).
In the Z4, I can take my wife to a golf course (with the top down) with 2 sets of clubs and play a round. I can take my Z4 grocery shopping and load the back up with enough vittles to feed an average Canadian family of 12 for a week. OR I can pack enough into the trunk for a weeks vacation on the road.
A roadster doesn't necessarily need to be a completely useless vehicle.
There will be lot's of people who like the styling of of the Solstice and/or Sky to buy it for that reason alone, but many, (me included) will probably pass up on it if there's no trunk space because there are lots of alternatives that match our lifestyle better.