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Having a little idea on how wind flows across surfaces and how slight sharp edges can cause wind flow noise versus rounded edges so prevalent in today's cars, I wonder how quiet the CT is inside when at freeway speeds. Of particular concern is the windshield line to the roof transition where the wind flow goes from compression to negative pressure along a sharp line with no transition. Aside from the F-117 Nighthawk below also with sharp corners, I would appreciate ideas, thoughts on the topic.
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I have watched a lot of the YouTube videos and during the test drives going to 60 miles/hour there did not seem to be much noise in the cab.
 

 
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