One was Coventry Victor , and the other was Rolls-Royce. The style of this body was much more angular than the first. Two long steel boxes with triangular cross-sections were made of 16 gauge steel and attached to the chassis in the door sill area. The morning after the day of the show Lawrence was approached by Zora-Arkus Duntov, who asked if he could take the car for a drive. At the same time Lawrence had pressed ahead with producing the engines at LawrenceTune headquarters in England. Chapron was to build a full-sized maquette, or body-form, of the revised car under Rascanu's oversight. Tastevin arranged to have a car raised to the tenth floor of a Paris hotel the day before the show, and then have it moved over to the Salon, where the car was received enthusiastically. Another sub-contractor would be needed to supply the engines.