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Have a small grill, to minimize frontal pressure. Have minimal ground clearance below the grill, to minimize air flow under the car. Have a steeply raked windshield to avoid pressure build up in front. Have a "Fastback" style rear window and deck, to permit the air flow to stay attached. Have a converging "Tail" to keep the air flow attached. Have a slightly raked underside, to create low pressure under the car, in concert with the fact that the minimal ground clearance mentioned above allows even less air flow under the car. If it sounds like we've just described a sports car, you're right. In truth though, to be ideal, a car body would be shaped like a tear drop, as even the best sports cars experience some flow detachment. However, tear drop shapes are not condusive to the area where a car operates, and that is close to the ground. Airplanes don't have this limitation, and therefore teardrop shapes work. What all these "ideal" attributes stack up to is called the Drag coefficient (Cd). The best road cars today manage a Cd of about 0.28. Formula 1 cars, with their wings and open wheels (a massive drag component) manage a minimum of about 0.75. If we consider that a flat plate has a Cd of about 1.0, an F1 car really seems inefficient, but what an F1 car lacks in aerodynamic drag efficiency, it makes up for in downforce and horsepower.