You might not notice air resistance much when walking around, but in a fast-moving car, driving is like swimming through the atmosphere. Much like a swimmer, cars need to be streamlined and tested to move through the air without problems.
In more scientific terms, aerodynamic quality is measured by the coefficient of drag, calculated by shape and surface area. An average car scores a drag coefficient of 0.35, but these wonders go above and beyond.
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Some cars can't pull off "aerodynamic" without looking like a smooth blob, but the i8 plug-in hybrid manages to look awesome and aerodynamic at the same time. In addition, its drag coefficient is just 0.26.
Tesla Model S
Some of us thought all-electric cars would never make it, but we were wrong! It makes sense that a car on the cutting edge of technology would have the advanced aerodynamics to fit. The Model S has a drag coefficient of 0.24.
This supercar doesn't just look modern- it looks like it came straight from the future. While it does guzzle gas like a monster, the mileage per gallon isn't hindered by drag. In fact, it has a drag coefficient of just 0.19.
We're looking at a 1970 Chevrolet Chevy Nova in Green Mist Paint with a 6 Cylinder engine.
The car's Owner is Don Dames. Don shares this car was stored for years and is 80% original. Seeing this car will takes you right back to 1970.
The story behind this car is that one lady owned it for most of it's life and put 17,000 miles on it.. The current owner found the car and restored it.. It is a real SS car..