motor vehicle design

1933 Marmon 16

Marmon Sixteen was a masterpiece of automotive history, with a 491 cubic inch, all-alloy 16-cylinder engine and modern and tasteful design. The Marmon Sixteen was a unique and innovative design that left a lasting impression on the automotive industry, but its high price tag made it difficult to sell. READ MORERead More →

The Greyhound Bus featured image

The exaggerated style was an essential look. The gleaming chrome fins conveyed speed. A car that was higher in the front than the back did the same. The quality of the car’s face โ€” two headlamps for the eyes, a grill for the nose, and a fender for the mouth โ€“ was frequently highlighted. This gave the vehicle the appearance of a devoted companion with a distinct personality.Read More →