French automaker Delahaye was known for creating some of the world's most strikingly beautiful cars. This show car, displayed at the 1949 Paris Salon, was made close the end of the company's life. Its body was produced by the famed French coachbuilders Saoutchik.
The interior fixtures are plated in 14-karat gold. Fully equipped, it has a Motorola radio and doors that open at the push of a button. Its first owner bought if for $20,000, the equivalent of $190,000 today.
The redesigned pony car will offer better fuel economy, an improved ride and better handling, Ford says.