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At the CES 2016 Bosch will present a set of innovative technologies in the advanced connectivity, driving assistance and human-machine interfaces.
Pininfarina is organizing a workshop based on the theme: "On board emotions in the mobility of the future", in collaboration with Italian IAAD and IED, French ISD and Swedish UMEA.
The 2016 edition of the annual Middlecott Sketchbattle Experiment will feature a live sketching challenge/party with guest design stars and a $1000 Grand Prize.
At the 2016 North American International Auto Show Acura will unveil the Precision Concept, a show car developed at the Californian Design Studio that anticipates the next-gen luxury sedan.
Volkswagen has announced that Michael Mauer, currently lead designer at Porsche, will succeed Walter de Silva in the group design direction.
Hyundai has revealed updated images and details on the Ioniq, the compact vehicle that will be available from early 2016 with electric and hybrid drivetrains.
At the CES 2016 show in January Volkswagen will bring a new concept car that will indicate the technology direction for electromobility and connectivity for the next few years.
A special ice-sculpture of a Christmas-inspired Jaguar design was revealed in London by Jaguar Land Rover for the launch of the brands’ 2016 collections.
Following months of negotiations, Tech Mahindra Limited and Mahindra & Mahindra, part of the global Mahindra Group, have purchased a controlling stake in Pininfarina S.p.A.
Henrik Fisker's latest creation will be revealed at the 2016 North American International Auto Show and will be an American take on the super sports car theme.
Two concept cars from Jaguar – the 1966 XJ13 and the 1999 XK180 – have been accurately recreated by classic car experts, and will be unveiled at the 2016 London Classic Car Show.
Sponsored by the FCA US Product Design team, the 2016 Drive for Design contest is a competition that asks to high school students to design a Dodge SRT Hellcat for the year 2025.
Ferrari has revealed the 12 finalist projects of its Top Design School Challenge, which tasked students from 50 top design schools to create the Ferrari for the year 2040.
General Motors has opened a $30 million, 5,000-square-foot Reduced Scale Wind Tunnel facility for aerodynamically testing clay models up to 40 percent of the scale of a vehicle.
McLaren has developed a futuristic concept race car with an enclosed cockpit that envisions the future of Formula One racing technologies.
Volvo has unveiled its new top-of-the-line S90 sedan, which applies the design language introduced with the 2013-2014 concepts and focuses on safety and connectivity technologies.
The 2015 edition of the LA Design Challenge has been completely renewed and will challenge automotive and entertainment design studios to reimagine the auto industry.