This zone includes interviews with top designers, information on software and design tools as well as design strategies used by automakers and automotive suppliers.
There are few people who have a better, hands-on perspective of automotive design than J Mays. So who better to ask about why cars and trucks look the way they do when they do it?
“As the ultimate track-capable Camaro, this car restores the mission of the original Z/28, and serves as a testament to the expertise of Chevrolet as the best-selling brand of performance cars.”-- GM North America president Mark Reuss.
Sometimes you feel like driving a sport sedan like, well, something that might be well suited to a track. Oftentimes you want to drive a sports sedan like you’re going to buy a carton of milk (because you are). The 2014 Lexus IS has been engineered to handle both with aplomb.
Volkswagen is producing the XL1, what it calls “the world’s most efficient production car,” in its plant in Osnabrück, Germany.
Last year Hyundai launched a Santa Fe, a five-passenger vehicle. It is called the Santa Fe. But what if you have more people? Well, there’s a Santa Fe for that. It’s called. . .the Santa Fe.
The number of V8 engines for passenger cars is certainly on the decline as OEMs work to address looming CAFE regulations.
Although you might think that this image is some sort of tribute to Star Trek Into Darkness, it is actually associated with the General Motors Warren Enterprise Data Center—“a state-of-the-art $130-million” facility that GM opened earlier this week on the ground of its Tech Center in Warren, Michigan.
I happen to like OXO products, those graters and grinders and peelers and whatnot with the chunky black handles or gripping surfaces.
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