We just discovered amazing futurist work of French car designer Paul Arzens.
Born in Paris, Arzens (1903–1990) have been designing locomotives and cars since 1935. He is most famous for his car prototypes and concepts such as streamlined La Baleine (1938) built on chassis of Buick, or his L'Oeuf, electric miniature car built in 1942. Some eye catching features of the car include the tiny wheels and the high proportion of the bodywork formed of curved transparent plexiglas.
After the war he dedicated his work to designing trains for French National Railway Company (SNCF).