In the years before WWII, there were several independent car companies around the world. One of the companies that didn’t make it out of the war was Tatra. This small Czech company made incredibly luxurious and modern cars. Unfortunately, for the german officers who snatched up these cars after the annexation of Czechoslovakia (at the time), the Tatra used the same suspicion system as the Corvair. The suspension leaves the car prone to rollovers on turns. The key is accelerating through a turn but those unfortunate german officers didn’t know that. The accidents and resulting deaths became so common that the German High Command banned their use.