A modified street car, complete with spoilers and fire decals.
Tsukasa Tanimoto

Rotis is a typeface superfamily, designed by Otl Aicher, his assistants and the computer Fritz in 1988. The typeface covers both serif and grotesque, and two intermediate states called semi-sans and semi-serif. Drawing on inspiration from the typefaces Times and Univers, Aicher designed Rotis as a particularly narrow typeface that he thought would be suitable for setting long manuscripts as those in the newspaper or the paperback.