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If you ask anybody what is the most iconic sports car without hesitation they will say the Porsche 550-A Spyder. Designed by Count Porsche, who was the head of Porsche at the time, this vehicle set the benchmark for sports cars at the time. Although it was not the most luxurious and the fastest, it had excellent handling and an advanced engine that could race even faster. However, even with these great features it was considered the most affordable sports car, especially when compared to other German cars of the time.
So why is the Porsche 550-A Spyder the most iconic sports car? It had the most innovative and most radical design that revolutionized the concept of a sports car. This car sported a body which was so unique it became iconic, and even when it was replaced, it was not substituted with anything else. The fact that it sported a tail and no doors provided additional attraction to the car.
The exterior of the car was designed in such a way that the air vents were positioned behind the headlights, at the same time as the radiator was positioned behind the front wheels. This helped cool the brakes and the engine area, which then allowed the designers to use the air vents for the vents to keep the temperature down. To improve the fuel efficiency of the Porsche, the headlights were installed with light lenses instead of the traditional glass, and they also used headlights which had two lighting systems. This made driving in the darkness easier. Even today, the original design of the Porsche still stands out as one of the greatest designs of its time.