Streamlined Cars 1930





The vast majority of drivers in the 1930s were perfectly happy with their spacious, easily-accessed, upright, slab-fronted cars. But now that cars were capable of comfortably exceeding 80 mph (129 km/h) a small number of stylists and engineers in the United States and Europe were turning their attention to aerodynamics, and exploring its potential to increase maximum speeds dramatically and boost stability.