Don’t lose heart! With Pebble Beach having come and gone, we’ve got a dose of Automotive photography to help tide you over until the 2015 Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. Our September feature provides a closer look at the innovative and ultra-streamlined 1957 Chrysler Diablo Convertible Concept from the 2014 Amelia Concours. The story of this unique car begins a year earlier, with it’s sister (featured below) – the 1956 Hardtop version of the Diablo. Employing European wind tunnel testing, this car proved to be the most aerodynamic car made up until that point. In 1957, the new convertible concept took much of the design features of the hardtop, tamed-down a few of the design elements, removed the roof, and painted it cherry bomb red. It turned out pretty good, don’t you think?
1956 Chrysler Diablo Hardtop Concept – photo courtesy: Chrysler
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Amelia Concours Highlight: 1957 Chrysler Diablo Concept
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