Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Hideaway headlights became a famous Corvette trademark design feature in 1963 when Chevrolet presented the Stingray or C2 model. The overall design was advanced and soon become legendary, but the headlights had a major part.
They weren’t the classic popup headlights, but rather an interesting patent. The headlamp assembly would rotate upwards, revealing two round lamps. They were so popular that Corvette kept the closed headlights all the way until the 2005 model year.