Chevrolet Corvette (Second Generation)
Where the Europeans tended towards a curvier, rounded form in the automobiles, the Americans were tuned towards stronger and more industrial angles, giving the sense of masculinity, power and aggression without being overwhelming. The Corvette shares similar styles as the 250 GTO, but Larry Shinoda's design added musculature to the car. The design was inspired by automobile designer Bill Mitchell's concept Q Corvette, which drew its form from the Mako Shark. To call the the Corvette a deadly predator on the roads would be appropriate.