Just when it seems that every possible subject has been drawn every possible way, and that there's nothing new under the sun, somebody comes along and says, "Hey, how about if I put this car on the ceiling rather than the floor, and crop off the driver's head, and then fill in a couple of these shapes with brand new Dayglo fluorescent colors, and then run the car right off the edges of the page?
That's what was happening in the 60s, a decade of rampant experimentation. And in the next era of innovation some enterprising artist will surely come along and draw something in a totally new style.
The pencil line in this drawing adds energy to flat, lifeless colors such as the color of car tires:
And the lines describing the contours of the car are sensitive but restrained. They are, for the most part, outlines.
This drawing is more about composition than it is about line. But it is, in my opinion, one slam bang drawing.