The Raymond Loewy designed Hupmobiles of 1934 and 1935 were innovative cars that sparked a new era in design. These cars, the Hup Aerodynamics, were well designed, attractive, comfortable and reliable. Most notably are all the rounded lines and other design elements not seen on previous models. All body contours are rounded whenever possible. Fenders are now tear drop shaped and fully skirted and the headlights are faired in the fenders. They feature sloping grilles and split 'sea gull' front bumpers, but the most distinctive features are the three-piece wraparound 'pilot windshield.' Also new for 1935 were the mesh type grille and small 'mouse ear' vents on the hood sides ahead of the front doors.
This 1935 Hupmobile is an example of the largest of all Hup Aerodynamics, the Series T. It carries an eight-cylinder engine, producing 120 horsepower, and it rides on a 127.5 inch wheelbase. This car is painted the 1935 Hupmobile standard deep orange with a tan interior.