3D model of an American automobile introduced in 1936. It was designed by Gordon M. Buehrig. The Cord 810, including its Westchester sedan variant, is known for its "coffin nose" design, with a louvered, wrap-around grille resembling a coffin, and hidden headlights, a pioneering feature at the time. The car was also notable for its front-wheel drive, a rarity among American cars of the era, and its V8 engine, which produced approximately 125 horsepower.
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