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Guest Columnist Chris Bangle shares his thoughts - and those of the fictional characters that live within his imagination - on the Geneva affair More...
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The Jaguar E-Type turned 50 this year and the marque is honoring its most iconic production car with a host of events around the world. More...
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With Jaguars infamous E-Type celebrating 50 years as an icon, numerous events are being staged across the country. On the eve of the Geneva motor show, a restored E-Type has gone on display at the Design Museum, London More...
Showcasing a year in design, the fourth annual Brit Insurance Design Awards takes in the best in design, from seven categories: Architecture, Transport, Graphics, Interactive, Product, Furniture and Fashion. More...
In a very stylish theater in San Francisco's Japantown, Tetsuya Kaida, manager of Toyota's Business Revolution Corporate Value Project, recently gave a presentation titled 鈥楽pace and Wind', describing the pursuit of a brand direction within Toyota that is driven not from cars, but from the consideration of the vehicle relationship. More...
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Many carmakers have more than one design studio. Some have as many as three 鈥 traditionally in Europe, US and Asia to tap into those key markets 鈥 but only a handful have outposts all over the globe. Mercedes-Benz is one of that latter elite group with five passenger car design studios alone. We visit four of them. More...
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