The driving performance and driving stability of vehicles are influenced by the vehicles' aerodynamic properties. These properties are typically quantified using the aerodynamic coefficients for air resistance, axis-specific lift and lateral forces, and the resulting moments around the vehicle axes. The airflow on the vehicle can be subdivided into flow around the vehicle and flow through the vehicle. As these flow components both influence each other, they cannot be considered or optimized separately.

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