Best Elements for Car Designs

You must have seen many luxurious cars. The most attractive feature of these smart cars is the different car design elements. Mirror Finish Detail There have been many aesthetic features representing the movements and epoch in the automobile industry. Here is the list of the ten best car design elements of all time. These ionic elements appeals to the viewer and gives a pleasing response. The car design elements are as follows:

  1. Hofmeister Kink: Mostly a BMW is recognized by its trademark kidney-shaped grille, but a true car fanatic will surely identify a small wedge at the base of the C-pillar. The rear wheels of rear-wheel-driven cars are highlighted by this small wedge. Wilhelm Hoffmeister has created this remarkable element for the Neue Klasse Bimmers of 1960s and 1970s. This element is now available in almost all BMW cars. It looks best on the Bangle-ized Bimmer and the BMW 2000C/CS coupe.
  2. Porsche 911 Silhouette: The silhouette here is formed from a single angled line which extends from the A-pillar bending up from the edge of the greenhouse and then takes a long curve to the taillights. This forms the signature sloping roofline. There have been many changes in the later models of this car but this element has remained constant and familiar.
  3. Flying Buttress: This car element borrows its names from a buttress which is typically found on religious buildings. Flying Buttress supports the car aerodynamically. In this car element the C-pillars on the car stretch away from the rear glass. This adds steadiness at high speeds. The Jaguar XJS, Ferrari 308 have this car element.
  4. Quad Round Headlights: The car designers placed various car lights in one sealed plastic piece but before that they separated these lights into distinct elements. Quad Round Headlights is the classiest of all the car light designs. XJ Jaguar, Lancia Fulvia, 1968 Fairlane 500, Pierce Arrow have this car element.
  5. Curved Hip: All the cars have rears but they may not be perceptible. When the rear wheels extend i.e. the fenders, widens beyond of the line of the greenhouse outside the car’s shoulders. The curved hips are found on the Ford GT and the Aston Martin DBS. Curved hips provide strength and good performance.
  6. Dagmar Bumpers: From the 1950s Dagmar Bumpers is a style that appears as an artillery shells poking out from the facade of the car. In the post World War II period, this was very popular. This style got extinct in the rocket age and the Tailfin Era.
  7. The Wedge: This car design has not been used in most reliable cars in the history. It has now been used on the aerodynamic and sporty-looking vehicles. In these vehicles the front end is lower than the rear end. Wedge-shaped car represents speed. Lancia Stratos has this car design.
  8. Tailfins: Tailfin is a classic car design. It mimics the rocket designs. The cars like the 1960 Cadillac Sixty-Two Coupe and the Moskvitch 408 has this car design.
  9. Corvette Quad Round Taillights: Every Corvette since 1960 have two sets of round red taillights. Amongst the many iconic headlight designs, these rounded taillights are a remarkable and memorable taillight designs. These tail lights look amazing like glowing red afterburners. C4 Vette-amino car uses this car design.
  10. Hood Ornament: This is a creative way of dealing with the technical problems. The older cars had radiator caps on the edge of the hood. Later the designers began adding mascots instead of the round caps. The classic flying lady on the 1930s Caddy and a leaping Jaguar from the British marque are some of the remarkable hoods.