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Mercedes-AMG Project ONE, Tomorrow’s M-B

The Mercedes-AMG Project ONE brings current Formula 1 hybrid technology onto the road and combines top-class racetrack performance with full day-to-day suitability and race car styling.

The RM Sotheby’s Auction – the Price of Personality

It’s easy to pick up on a cheap, stylish set of wheels where the prior owner has done the bulk of the work and expense in making the machine road worthy and eye-catching. Or, you could drop a million in a heartbeat!

Pixar’s Clay Sculptor Shapes the World – Pt. 1

Jerome Ranft and Joe Farrer both had clay in common, and by the end of the day, he was making fun of Jerome, which he loved. Ranft jokes, "It was like a warm hug from that guy, because he was laughing at the way I worked."

Pixar’s Clay Sculptor Shapes the World – Pt. 2

It's a great sign once you start talking about those details, that the general form is being accepted and it's what the design leads are going to want as the character, which is the goal. The goal is to pre-visualize character design.

The Inside Track on the Design of CARS 3

John Lasseter and the other executives at Pixar provide us with the details on CARS 3, ranging from the Chevy parts department to gender reassignments, during a media Q&A.

The Whiplash Smile at the GPLB

All attending are engulfed by an Alice In Wonderland experience. The endless stream of colors, sounds, smells, and blazingly fast racing coupled with a hint of danger is like a motorsports version of a Timothy Leary acid trip.

The Eye Of The Storm on Cars 3

Pixar’s Jay Shuster (Production Designer), Michael Comet (Characters Supervisor), and Jude Brownhill (Directing Animator) get down to the details on the Cars 3 animation process.

Driving Forces of Pixar’s Cars 3

Kick the tires and look under the hood of these two, this is where we find the heart and soul of the latest Pixar picture - Cars 3. Jay Ward and Ray Evernham shine a light on what really creates a vivid animated classic.

An AutoDesignO Photo Retrospective on 2016

2016 is now in the rear view mirror, and the images of the past year are getting smaller by the moment. We’ve put together a selection of the action from the past year in all shapes and sizes, colors, and purpose. The obvious question is, what will tomorrow bring?