Why Did Cars Go From Boxy To Curvy?

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Before the mid-20th century, cars were smooth and streamlined. Soon, those streamlined cars were outsold by boxier models, and it stayed that way for decades. So why did we go back to curvier models? Find out in the video below.

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Written by Curiosity Staff December 20, 2016

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