Toyta Aygo. I remember getting a cello (in hard case) in a Metro, and it was only do-able because I could flatten the back seat and tip the front passenger seat forward because it was a three door. As the Aygo is five door, I only have the tiny boot and flat back seats to play with. Might have to go out there with a tape measure from curiosity now though
Also realised cello would probably need new glasses because I can't have my nose on the music! Neither of these would be show-stoppers if I had a burning passion to play the cello. I don't. I don't have a burning passion to play any instrument specifically, or any specific piece (which would at least lead you towards certain instrument[s]). I just enjoy being part of the music.
Similarly, I had a hankering to sing at one point. Trouble is, I never knew what I wanted to sing, as in do I want to join the local choral society or the local pop choir or the local am dram musical theatre group? None of the above...(and all of them seemed to meet on the one night of the week there was no way I could do!)
Likewise never had anything specific I wanted to be when I grew up, but that seems to be reasonably common - at least among my colleagues!!
One of those delightful 'motivational' messages went past my eyes yesterday: "if you want something enough, you will find away; if you don't, you will find an excuse". And then I ponder this too much, so I go from yesterday all full of the joys of 'let's start a new instrument then', to today full of 'well, if I can't even pick an instrument, maybe I shouldn't do anything as I clearly don't want anything enough'.