Aurel Persu (1890–1977) was a Romanian engineer, and the first to apply aerodynamics principles to automobiles. He came to the conclusion that the perfectly aerodynamic automobile has the shape of a falling water-drop. I chose this picture because I can imagine this is what Gatsby from The Great Gatsby car looked like.
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1953 Manocar Prototype. This rough-looking tiny car was one of two prototypes built by Établissements Manom in Saint Ouen, France between 1952 and 1953. It uses a four horsepower 125cc single-cylinder and was supposed to set the microcar world on fire due to its ease of access and “roomy” interior. Needless to say, this was as far as the project got.
The Bond Bug was a small British two seat, three wheeled sports car of the 1970s. Following the purchase of the Bond Motor Company, Reliant commissioned Ogle Design to design a fun car. It was a wedge-shaped microcar, with a lift-up canopy and side screens instead of conventional doors.
Kenneth Grönwall: Creative/Art Director and co-owner of Dolores Creative Kingdom, Stockholm (Sweden). I love design and Internet. I like Polaroid, cakes and beer. Feed me with inspiration and coffee....