The Schlörwagen, named for it’s developer, German engineer Karl Schlör, was an experimental car built in Nazi Germany in 1939. It had a drag coefficient of 0.186. The design of the Schlör car was built on the study of aircraft wing profiles developed in the Göttingen wind tunnels, which gave the car the nickname "Göttingen egg". The Schlörwagen never went into series production.
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