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The most aerodynamic new cars in the world

Motoring Research Logo By Motoring Research team of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 28: Mercedes-Benz has reclaimed the title of the world’s most aerodynamic new car with the EQS. The constant demand to improve fuel economy, and performance, means car manufacturers are placing even greater importance on aerodynamics. Electric vehicles designers are also heavily focused on maximising every last mile from a fully charged battery. To compare the aerodynamics of each car, we have considered their Cd value. This is a measure of the car’s drag coefficient, with a lower value meaning it will be more aerodynamic. Other measures exist, but the Cd value is the one most commonly published by manufacturers. Join us for a look at the most aerodynamic cars on sale around the world.

Born slippy - The most aerodynamic new cars for 2021

Mercedes-Benz has reclaimed the title of the world’s most aerodynamic new car with the EQS. The constant demand to improve fuel economy, and performance, means car manufacturers are placing even greater importance on aerodynamics.

Electric vehicles designers are also heavily focused on maximising every last mile from a fully charged battery.

To compare the aerodynamics of each car, we have considered their Cd value. This is a measure of the car’s drag coefficient, with a lower value meaning it will be more aerodynamic. Other measures exist, but the Cd value is the one most commonly published by manufacturers.

Join us for a look at the most aerodynamic cars on sale around the world.

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