The Gordon Murray T.50 will set new standards for supercar packaging, providing driver and two passengers with exceptional comfort, safety, practicality and luggage space. Improves upon the iconic McLaren F1 in every way.
David Woodhouse has a new home leading all Nissan and INFINITI design activities in North America. He will also serve on the company's Global Nissan Design Management Committee.
Andreas Thurner, new VP will lead design of the new global all-electric luxury platform with the first of several models targeted for 2021. Thurner is also part of the team that developed the smashing SC1 Vision Concept.
Since joining Jaguar in 1999, Ian Callum has built a world-class creative design team, established a new design philosophy and revived the range with award-winning designs. A damn impressive career, and it isn't over yet!
Cadillacs from the late 50s and early 60s are celebrated like steel and chrome gods from a bygone era. The CT6 has more in common with those, in terms of design, than the casual observer might think.
Aside from the changing in title sponsors from Toyota to Acura (AGPLB), this seems more than a little familiar. The 2019 running of the grand prix is really no different than what has come before. And, that's good!
"Well, what do you want the RDX to look like?" Well, I want it to look like an NSX," says Dave Marek. Sadly, reality derails that idea, but we can always dream! Marek enlightens us on Acura's design and racing at the AGPLB.
The concept of a stand-alone art gallery at the Murphy Auto Museum was hatched to bring awareness to automotive artists in a way that was celebratory, focused and expansive. The Fireball Gallery is alive!
Three former champions, Helio Castroneves, James Hinchcliffe, and Will Power, are battling it out on the streets of Long Beach at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach. However, there is one thing they do agree on.
Of course, there’s always the random, cocky designer, modeler, musician, or other creative talent, boldly stating, “I could do the job with one arm tied behind my back.” Well, what if you do?