The most beautiful cars according to science

most beautiful cars

Maybe you are totally in love with some car model, maybe some of the ones that are released look extremely horrible to you. Surely you remember the Renault Megane II or the third-generation Seat Toledo that many liked and others thought was a monstrosity. Let's not even talk about Fiat Multipla. And is that for tastes the colors. Well, now comes science and tells us which are the most beautiful cars. The same thing can happen here, perhaps some of these models seem incredible to you and others really ugly; But that's what science says...

The 10 most beautiful cars according to science

Well, according to science, the The most beautiful cars are these 10 models with which you may or may not agree:

1 Ferrari Monza SP2019

Ferrari Monza SP1

This is the car that heads the list of the Top 10 most beautiful cars, the Ferrari Monza SP1. It is 61.75% aligned with the golden ratio.

40 Ford GT1964

Ford GT40

The second on this list of the most beautiful cars according to science is this model of Ford, with a similarity with the golden ratio of 61.64%.

Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale from 1967

Ferrari 330 P4

Another Ferrari that enters the list of the most beautiful cars. In this case, the golden ratio coincides in 61.15% with the lines of the vehicle.

1974 Lotus Elite

Lotus Elite

Next on the list is this Lotus with a golden similarity of 60.07%.

Ferrari 250 GTO from 1962

Ferrari GTO 250

In this Ferrari model, the golden coincidence drops to 59.95%.

2 Chevrolet Corvette C1963 Stingray

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray most beautiful cars

This mythical Chevrolet enters the Top 10 of the list of most beautiful cars according to science thanks to its coincidence in 58.86%.

Ferrari 330 P4 from 1967

Ferrari 330 GTC Speciale most beautiful cars

Another Ferrari on the list of the most beautiful cars, this time with 58.65% alignment with the golden ratio.

Alfa Romeo Alfetta from 1974

Alfa Romeo Alfetta most beautiful cars

And from one Italian we go to another, with this Alfa with a coincidence of 58.53%.

Lamborghini Miura from 1966

Lamborghini Miura

It seems that the Italians are out on this list, and it is that the Miura also enters with a 57,83% coincidence with the golden ratio. One of the Lamborghini most legendary.

1969 Maserati Indy

Maserati Indy most beautiful cars

And the list of the most beautiful cars according to science closes with another Italian, the Maserati Indy, which coincides 57.75% with the golden ratio.

How have the most beautiful car models been chosen?

golden ratio

To carry out this analysis, compared and measured the distance between the different key points of the cars. A total of 14 different points have been used in the front views to see the distances and shapes and then compare all these measurements with the golden ratio, which as you know is the most beautiful ratio. In fact, many works of art are based on this ratio, simple and pure mathematics…

The golden ratio

La area ratio it is well known in science and especially in the field of mathematics. It already has more than 2500 years old. It is provided by a mathematical equation that shows ideal patterns and that is why it is used by many artists who seek perfection or by architects. In fact, Michelangelo was a big fan of this ratio and used it for his paintings on the Sistine Chapel ceiling. You will also find it in nature, like a divine work of art. And car designers are not far behind either...

The «Golden Ratio», or «Golden Ratio», is a relationship between two numbers that is approximately equal to 1,618 and is often found in nature, such as in the design of objects made using geometric abstraction. The proportion was studied by the ancient Greek mathematicians. It was popularized by Leonardo da Vinci, who referred to it as the "Divine Proportion" and described it as a perfectly symmetrical relationship between two proportions.

It is represented with the Greek letter "phi" and it is the closest definition to beauty that can exist. The golden ratio was first documented by the Italian mathematician Luca Pacioli in his Divina Proportione publication in 1509. And now we use it to decide which are the most beautiful cars according to science…

Methodology

As I have commented previously, we have selected 14 points of the vehicles analyzed in this list of the most beautiful cars, comparing these images with the golden ratio. These points that have been selected have been:

  1. windshield top left corner
  2. windshield top center
  3. windshield top right corner
  4. Lower left corner of the windshield
  5. Windshield lower center point
  6. windshield lower right corner
  7. Left rear view mirror center
  8. Right rear view mirror center
  9. Left headlight midpoint
  10. Right headlight center
  11. midpoint between headlights
  12. lower left corner of the car
  13. car bottom center
  14. lower right corner of the car

Using the golden ratio superimposed on these fourteen points, it has been possible to measure how similar the designs of these most beautiful cars are according to science to see the position in which they were left. The closer these 14 points are to the lines of the golden path, the closer they will be to these perfect proportions, and the higher its percentage will be as we have seen in the list…


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