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Lincoln Design Director David Woodhouse points to the converging roof and rocker lines that create an airfoil-like shape, while the bold front end and tapered greenhouse echoes historic aircraft design.
The motor directly drives the fan’s airfoils (1) (commonly known as fan blades).
My Q50 Sport had a more angular front bumper and wider, lower air intakes, and a more prominent airfoil below the front bumper.
At speed, these buttresses also act like airfoils, generating a bit of downforce while also looking like hell’s kitchen drawer.
Other cases, like the airfoils that sweep back to a vee and carry our fighter jets to supersonic speeds, could only have come from trial-and-error arms races.
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