VW ID. Buggy Getting Traction at Pebble Beach

VW ID. Buggy and the next-gen design is off-road ready and features no roof or doors for the purest beach cruiser experience, and the MEB platform can be used for a wide variety of custom vehicles.

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McLaren GT and the Ultimate Series at Pebble

The yet-named model is a two- seat, open cockpit roadster that will be the latest in McLaren’s range-topping Ultimate series of supercars, while the bespoke GT by MSO is ready for market now.

Gordon Murray Automotive Reveals the New ‘T.50’

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.

Woodhouse becomes VP at Nissan Design America

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.

Karma Appoints Andreas Thurner – VP Global Design

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.