For 1962, designer Brooks Stevens updated the Hawk to perhaps its most dramatic appearance. Giving the Loewy look a more formal appearance, he reworked the roof contours and made the grille Mercedes-like with a broad chrome outer molding. With the new look came a new name: Gran Turismo Hawk. However, Hawk production was winding down in 1963. From a high of nearly 20,000 in 1957, it had dropped to 8,388 in 1962, the GT Hawk’s debut year. In 1963, it was 4,634.