The advances in aerodynamics made by carmakers over the last few decades may be one of the least-appreciated developments in automotive development. While the sleek cars of years past may, in many cases, look slippery to the eye, today’s vehicles use all sorts of wind tunnel-tested trickery to fool the breeze into flowing around them in clever ways. Some cars do so primarily in the name of improving fuel economy; others use it to help them stick to the ground at triple-digit speeds. But even everyday cars of the 21st Century master air flow better than the performance cars of yore.
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