At the upcoming Detroit Motor Show Audi will reveal the near-production Q8 e-tron Concept, anticipating the future full-size luxury SUV.
We wish you a peaceful and joyous Christmas and a happy and creative 2017! As usual, we do this with a Christmas card created by our friend Bernie Walsh. 2016 has been a good year for Car Body Design, with a much awaited restyling and lots of...
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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Ferrari in Japan, the J50 is a two-seater, mid-rear-engined roadster with targa body style that will be produced in a limited series of 10 units.
Chinese car design has come a long way but has yet to find the elusive C-factor to take it to the next level, writes Sam Livingstone. At the first car design conference in China in 2008, run by the Chinese Society of Automotive Engineers, Car Design...
At the LA Auto show Volvo has unveiled its vision for the future interior of autonomous vehicles, focused on improving the onboard experience while maintaining control and safety.
Hyundai's Genesis premium brand has announced the appointment of ex-Bugatti designer Alexander 'Sasha' Selipanov as Chief Designer at the European Global Genesis Advanced Studio.
At the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show Honda will present a series of concepts on the theme of urban mobility, artificial intelligence, and robotics.
The visionary projects presented during the LA Auto Show at the AutoMobility LA Design & Developer Challenge, won by a team composed by Honda, Lego and Trigger Global.
Cadillac has revealed the 2017 race car set to compete in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, with a design studied to combine performance with the brand's presence and identity.
Volkswagen has revealed Gira, an autonomous driving demonstrator car that explores how connectivity and autonomous driving will change mobility and the passenger-vehicle relationship.
Today the greatest Italian design houses are either pale, foreign-owned shadows of what they once were or merely sub-brand names, like Ghia or Vignale, or even worse — like Bertone — gone forever. [...] we’ve seen magnificent new Ferrari and...