1968 Ford GT40 Mark III chosen by John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Pixar and Disney
David Undercoffler / Los Angeles Times
I think the Mark I and Mark IIs were a bit prettier. This one had been designed with a back end for the U.S. and it's lost a bit of that shapeliness at the back. It was for aero, it's all aero. These cars were driven by physics, they weren't driven by aesthetics.