This zone includes interviews with top designers, information on software and design tools as well as design strategies used by automakers and automotive suppliers.
David Woodhouse is the design director for Lincoln Motor Cars. And while he has a life-long love of and appreciation for classic automotive designs of yore, he understands that there is a difference between then and now when it comes to creating vehicle designs for the premium brand.
The last-generation Hyundai Sonata changed the midsize segment through its design. So what does the company do for an encore?
They start with the platform that gave rise to the award-winning ATS Sedan, then created a stylish, striking compact coupe that’s targeted at European competitors.
Here’s a look at the development of a new luxury crossover from the company that arguably created the segment in the first place with its RX 300. This time, it is a compact from Lexus.
So why does Hyundai have a premium, E-segment car, the Genesis?
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Late last week General Motors announced that it is spending some serious money for manufacturing in southeastern Michigan.
Reportedly, the 1% in China control about one-third of the country’s wealth, while in the U.S. the richest of the rich handle about 40%. Of course, given that the population of China is 1,393,783,836 and it is 322,583,006 in the U.S., there are about 14-million 1%-ers in China and a paltry 3.2-million in the U.S.