1955 Chevrolet Biscayne XP-37
Featured in the '55 Motorama, the Biscayne was a showcase vehicle for the new 265 cubic-inch V8 Chevy engine, an engine that would later play into Corvettes, Rivieras, Corvairs, and Eldorados. Aside from the unique wrapping windshield, which flowed right into the roofline, the front end with the bold, thick bars drew the most attention. Whether it looks like Bane's mask, Hannibal Lecter's mask, or a beady-eyed spider, it's a face that demands attention. GM claimed it to be 'an exploration in elegance.'