Welcome to AutoDesignO, an organization dedicated to all professionals in the automotive design industry. AutoDesignO encompasses all aspects of the trade providing enhanced business relations and communication, resources for studios, relevant news, special events, and additional global opportunities for members that only an association can provide.
AutoDesignO (the Automotive Design Organization) is a professional association, which is advancing improved access to people, essential information, as well as a culture exchange within the design profession, and beyond the studio walls. The organization strives to expand the presence and prominence of the design industry.
Membership is available to design studios, staff and freelance designers, clay modelers, color and trim, digital design and modeling, fabricators, studio engineers, students, studio design and modeling managers, and similar design professionals, as well as industry suppliers, aftermarket companies, governmental bodies, temp and staffing agencies, media and PR, and other transportation design-related firms and organizations.
The three key points that guide our association are – awareness, education, and preservation.
Throughout its roughly four-year development, the fundamental "human-centered supercar" concept for the next-generation Acura NSX remained clear and consistent. However, the technologies and means by which the R&D team would realize their concept underwent a process of continual improvement and evolution.
As the first of a new generation of vehicles built on an all-new platform, the 2017 Giulia Quadrifoglio embodies Alfa Romeo’s La meccanica delle emozioni (the mechanics of emotion), delivering race-inspired performance, advanced technologies, seductive Italian style and an exhilarating driving experience to the premium mid-size sedan segment.
The new Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is now the center of the automotive universe. This landmark is bringing together the very best of the best. This is where cars are truly treated as art, and simply being cool isn’t necessarily enough to earn a share of the floor space.
A brief overview of the countless beauties shining at the Los Angeles Convention Center this November. Some of our favorites return for the million or so attendees. New to the show, or at least for a few decades is Alfa Romeo. With VW on the ropes, could this finally be Italy and FCA's day in the sun?