Aerodynamics Streamlined car design reduces fuel consumption
The aerodynamic design of our cars produces less air resistance so they use less fuel. It also improves handling and means lower CO2 emissions.
The smoother the airflow over your car as it goes forward, the less drag there is holding it back and the less effort is needed to move the car forward. That means better performance and lower fuel consumption. That's why we are constantly optimising the aerodynamics of our cars.
How we've achieved this:
- The body is more steamlined and gaps between panels are narrower.
- Headlights and indicators are combined.
- Radiator grilles, underbody panels and spoilers are designed to reduce drag.