Packing a 3.8-liter V8, independent front and rear suspension, and a streamlined body that showed a dash of Chrysler Airflow influence, the PZInz Lux-Sport prototype was gratifyingly fast and comfortable. The plan was to go into production and unleash the Lux-Sport on the world for the 1941 model year, but the German/Soviet invasion of Poland in 1939 put the kibosh on Poland's dreams of global luxury-car dominance.

PZInz's 1936 Lux-Sport Prototype [autohistories.com]

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