Deciphering where the racing attachments end and the hotly anticipated production car begins...
Is performance potential best displayed, or hidden?
Today’s cars often seem cluttered compared to the clean designs of the past. Is there virtue in simplicity, or does complexity have its place?
Humphries’ old role to be filled by outgoing Calty head
Toyota‘s shift towards mobility becomes clearer with its Olympics-bound autonomous room on wheels
We're always told not to copy... but is a certain amount acceptable, or even unavoidable?
They just don’t make ’em like they used to! Or do they?
It seems to be an unwritten rule that cars must look the same on both sides... but why?
Premium is all the rage these days, but it depends on conviction and confidence
Keeping a model looking desirable is a task filled with pitfalls... and the same is true with cars, too
Japanese-market flagship limo enters only its third generation in 50 years
Designing the lovable into the unlovable
Will a combination of model bloat and trendy SUVs kill off the once-aspirational mid-size luxury car?
More and more cars feature contrast-coloured roofs, but why has this feature become so popular?
How does a car transcend mere industrial design... and can it be done on purpose?
Replacing one big engine with thousands of small batteries has freed up space and opened up what’s possible
Easy to overlook, despite the importance of its function, but the humble handle has its highlights
As cooling becomes less relevant, so does the grille. What changes could EVs bring?
Alloys opened up wheel design, but does this crucial area now need a new shake-up?
They're everywhere. Particularly in NY this week
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