We live in a world where road car design is inspired by racing cars looking for the most efficient way to cut through the air as possible. It makes for some pretty cool designs. Which is your favorite?
Personally, I think the aero design on the Porsche 911 GT2 RS is especially cool. There aren't any fancy active aerodynamic pieces, but the manually adjustable wing can produce a maximum of 992 pounds of downforce in full attack mode—that's almost half a ton. Thanks to the aero and superior mechanical grip, it was able to set the fastest lap ever around the Nurburgring, beating out more powerful and expensive competitors.
Now we'd like to know: Which car do you think has the coolest racing-inspired aerodynamics? It does have to be anything super-aggressive like the GT2 RS design, either—it could be anything, as long as its an aero piece you think is cool. Let us know in the comments below.