Nash Metropolitan – 1954

Nash Metropolitan - 1954

It was to sail like a tiny boat through the waves of suburban America. With a wheelbase shorter than a VW Beetle, the Nash Metropolitan was conceived as an ideal city ‘stopping and shopping’ car.

Nash Airflyte – 1949

Nash Airflyte - 1949

When you design a car with the help of a wind tunnel, ‘Airflyte’ might seem like a good name for the result. Nash-Kelvinator certainly thought so, for that’s what engineering boss Nils ‘Wally’ Wahlberg christened their 1949 model, which represented the first radical design advance after World War ІІ.