Citroen automotive designer Roman Egorov has created the Mercedes-Benz Aerodynamic Limousine for his thesis project. It’s based on the traditional three-box limousine, but with the aerodynamic profile of a modern supercar. What he ended up with is a vehicle that The channels air from the “Wind Tunnel Grille” through a cutout in the hood, over the roof and through an open aerodynamic opening to exit at the rear. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“Underbody aerodynamics appear to play a significant role as well in keeping the airflow smooth and uninterrupted as well, contributing to a sleek shape that could potentially influence the future luxury sedans – be they from Mercedes or Citroen’s DS brand,” reports Car Scoops.