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Days Of The Future Past
Where we consider eras, foundations, robots, and cars long in coming.
Columns Published: 4/9/2009
Mercedes Enters the Gorden Wagener Design Era
His predecessors-Karl Wilfert, Friedrich Geiger, Bruno Sacco, and Peter Pfeiffer-cast wide shadows, but now is Wagener's time to shine.
Columns Published: 3/8/2009
A Designer for All Seasons
Though he had trouble coping with the cold the first time around, Larry Erickson has made Detroit his home and teaching future designers his vocation.
Columns Published: 12/1/2008
Profiles: Toying With Design At Mitsubishi
If Mitsubishi's Concept-RA coupe-which debuted at the 2008 North American International Auto Show-seems to bring to mind a Hot Wheels car, that's not entirely an accident.
Columns Published: 4/1/2008
Profiles - David Lewis: Telling a Design Story
"Compelling design communicates an original idea and gets to the core of the product. It also makes you react. You may like what you see or you may dislike it. But good design never leaves you indifferent."-David Lewis
Columns Published: 3/1/2008
Profiles - Michael Simcoe: From Prams to Pontiacs
Designing automobiles wasn’t at the top of the consideration list for Michael Simcoe, but his influence will be felt for years to come.
Columns Published: 2/1/2008
Aston Martin Ups the Ante
“It’s all very well having an exclusive brand, but we need to be more visible and we need to be profitable, which means making an average of 5,000 cars per year,” says Aston Martin CEO, Dr.
Columns Published: 6/1/2004
At the 74th Salon International de l’Auto
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Columns Published: 5/30/2004
The Smart Way of Building Cars
The Smart brand means little to most people in North America unless they have a particular interest in vehicles that are rolling around in Europe but which are unavailable in the North American market.
Columns Published: 4/1/2004
Three Ways to Succeed
That there is global overcapacity in the auto industry is a given.
Columns Published: 3/1/2003

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