As we saw last month, delightful design can be found in unusual places. The 2004 Renault Radiance, a concept for a full-size lorry with more automotive design elements, is just such an example.
Our concept car of the month isn’t a car at all, but a reimagining of the recreational vehicle formula. We take a look at the all-terrain motorhome of the near future, which debuted at the Caravan Salon in Düsseldorf.
The autonomous concept study that ripped up the car design rulebook
Two remarkable concepts explore the ‘Form Zero’ of automotive design
The once and future Golf?
Two remarkable coupés presented an alternate future for Alfa Romeo GT cars
The film is a cult classic. So are the cars
The RX-8 That Might Have Been
Could this be the first MPV?
A Peter Brock classic – the TR7 that might have been
A Giugiaro classic – rejected, ruined, but reborn thanks to a new generation of admirers
Aerodynamic innovation Inspired by a strange little fish
The little Japanese supercar that almost was
The massive concept that predicted today’s luxury trucks
Armoured truck on the outside, rolling lounge on the inside
Could this have been the Family Miata? We talk to its designer
The moment Nagare left and Kodo came
A Time and Space Commuter for the 21st Century
The mid-engined pony car that might have been
Is this the lost Golf MPV?
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