Designed by French aeronautical engineer, automobile designer and maker Gabriel Voisin, the C-25 Aerodyne was born as a result of Voisin's bankruptcy. Not a fan of popular aesthetics, the C-25 Aerodyne bucked against the popular US-influenced streamlined design of the 1930s and adopted its own style with double arching forms and aerodynamic tear-drop shaped fenders.
The 'Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas' exhibition is currently taking place in the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia.
The exhibition is a celebration of innovative automotive design that brings together 17 concept cars from Ferrari, Bugatti, Ford, General Motors, Porsche and other manufacturers from Europe and the United States.
The cars shown range in age from the early 1930s to the present day. These are a reflection of design trends born from the contemporary social and political developments of the time that pushed the designers' imagination. In addition to the cars on show, the exhibition features conceptual drawings and scale models to demonstrate the stages of the car design process.
Here we take a look at some of the most visionary designs at the Dream Cars exhibition. In many cases it's amazing how many of the ideas have carried over into production cars of today...