aerodynamic vehicle

aerodynamic vehicle

[‚e·ro·dī′nam·ik ′vē·ə·kəl]
(aerospace engineering)
A device, such as an airplane or glider, capable of flight only within a sensible atmosphere and relying on aerodynamic forces to maintain flight.
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Mr Bailey also unveiled the design of the new sleek, hi-tech and aerodynamic vehicle at the Eagle Farm hub with Clenergy Team Arrows Cameron Tuesley.
The upshot is a more aerodynamic vehicle that's positive, sporty and comfortable to drive or be driven in, yet still offers a decent amount of passenger space, including the boot, with its divided stowage compartments.
It is a surprisingly aerodynamic vehicle and the 1.
The upshot is a more aerodynamic vehicle that's positive, sporty and comfortable to drive, or be driven in, yet still offers a good amount of passenger space, including in the boot with its divided stowage compartments.
Upshot is a more aerodynamic vehicle, one that's positive, sporty and comfortable to drive or be driven in.
The Q3 has Audi DNA threaded right through it and is billed as the most aerodynamic vehicle in its class.
The sleek, aerodynamic vehicle can operate in coupled trains of up to six cars and with many options for interior and exterior finishes including several modular end caps.
Other improvements to trucks included low-friction tyres, hi-tech journey planning software and aerodynamic vehicle designs.
And, where a traditional engine is tall and requires a high hood line, these engines have a flatter profile, which would make them easier to integrate into more aerodynamic vehicle designs.
Developed at the Malvern factory, the sports car, which was launched in Geneva two months ago, weighs just 1,000 kilograms and the makers say it is Europe's first aluminium intensive vehicle and the most aerodynamic vehicle the company has built.
Unsteady Aerodynamic Vehicle Properties of the DrivAer Model in the IVK Model Scale Wind Tunnel" FKFS Conference, Stuttgart, 2015
We support the amendments that will allow longer, more aerodynamic vehicle designs, but only where it can be clearly demonstrated through evidence that they will improve safety.