Design team shapes a striking expression of Acura performance with a powerful stance and expressive silhouette in the Type S concept - heavily influencing the character of the upcoming TLX Type S.
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.
This year the ArtCenter Car Classic is dubbed 70 years of Iconic Design. AutoDesignO wrangled some of the extraordinary talent to provide some definition to the word “icons”. Interviews with Erik Goplen, Fireball Tim Lawrence, Jay Leno, Frank Saucedo, Larry Wood, and Roger Zrimec.
This year, ArtCenter’s annual Car Classic celebrates the 70th anniversary of the College’s Transportation Design program and the indelible mark our alumni have made on the world around us, and of course the cars that we know and love.
The EyesOn Design Awards at the North American International Auto Show, the officially-sanctioned design awards of NAIAS, were presented on Tuesday, January 16th.
More than a concept, the Acura Precision Concept is the blueprint for Acura's future styling direction and manifests Acura's commitment to delivering Precision Crafted Performance.
The 2016 Car Classic is more than just another high-profile car show, this popular public event celebrates the very best in automotive design, showcasing the College’s strong ties to industry and honoring many of our noteworthy alumni. This year, ACCD highlights handcrafted vehicles from the past and present and will hear from the people who build and collect them.
The Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show®) has unveiled the 2014 Design Challenge entries submitted by world-renowned auto design studios for its 11th annual competition. This year's entries explore the future of automobile connectivity by responding to the prompt: "Sensing the Future: How Will Cars Interact With Us In 2029?"