In the 1950's, the Soviet Union experimented significantly with studies of vehicle aerodynamics, in an effort to impress the international automotive scene. Some of the outcomes were certainly striking, and the "Koryakia", named after the region in Kamchatka Krai, was one of them.
Powered by a 101-horsepower 2.5L I4 engine, it tops out at just under 120 mph (200 km/h) with its 4-speed manual transmission. The centrally placed headlights give good forward visibility at night, and the large front grille keeps the engine well cooled. Combined with the aerodynamically inclined design, and the Koryakia was well ahead of its time in drag coefficient and efficiency.
While reportedly less than 5 prototypes were built, that won't stop you from being able to get your hands on this one. It may not be the fastest, but it truly is something special. With such a striking design, don't be surprised if even the most daft people turn their heads to take a look!
None! This one came out pretty well.
Here's a bonus photo of how it looks in BeamNG.