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Car design has changed just a little bit in the last seven decades, but that doesn't mean that newer is always better. Take the CGE Type TB Cabriolet, a pure electric car from 1941 (above, right). From a design standpoint, would you rather have one of those, the new Saturn Flextreme or the cute/evil looking Peapod?
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