Frequently Asked Questions
Aerodynamics refers to the power shifts that affects suspended bodies. The concept has been used in the automotive industry for some time because air resistance was noticed as an important factor in a car's operating costs. At the beginning of the automotive industry, cars were built practically. Nowadays, they are built aerodynamically. The more aerodynamic the car's body is, the less power is required in order to reach a certain speed and the smaller the engine required. The wind tunnel and the water tunnel are based on the experiences that have come from aircraft construction and is applied still today in the automotive industry. Usually, the result is pretty level because the air drag only allows for the existence of certain forms.