Futuristic automobiles from the past: the other brands



 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Buick Le Sabre, 1951

Every American car brand seems to have enthusiastically adhered to the futuristic design unleashed by Ford in the early 50s. During the following years, the automobiles out of the Chrysler, Pontiac, Buick, Dodge, Cadillac, Chevrolet, etc factories, deliberately, had a bold image, inspired by aeronautics, hoping to evoke velocity and high performances. The models' names were suggestive: Jet, Stratostreak, Falcon, Flight-Sweep, Dart, Golden Rocket, Cyclone, Flite Wing, among others.

Those were crazy days, without a doubt, but of an amazing creativity; it seemed there were no boundaries for the imagination and anything was possible. Looking nostalgically back at these automobiles we are led to think that, nowadays, cars are, after all, all the same...

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Pontiac Bonneville Special, 1954

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Buick Centurian, 1956

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Dodge Dart, 1956

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Packard Predictor, 1956

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Chrysler Imperial, 1958

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Cadillac Cyclone, 1959

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Plymouth XNR, 1960

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Chrysler Turboflite, 1961

 Automobiles Car Design Futuristic Future Styling
Chevrolet Mako Shark, 1963

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