For years, the LA Auto Show (LAAS) was known as the “Green” auto show with alternative energy power, while the Detroit show (NAIAS) got all the muscle. Now, it’s hard to tell the difference.
Held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from November 18 to 27, this year's 115th anniversary show will be preceded on November 17 by its annual AutoMobility LA® gathering for both media and industry professionals.
The Heritage Series PONY illuminates the company’s ceaseless design innovations by reinterpreting retro design. This is part of ‘Reflections in Motion’ exhibition at Hyundai Motorstudio Busan.
"... An ideal fit to lead the Genesis Advanced Design Studio, and his insight will be instrumental for the development of each of our upcoming projects including both advanced and production designs,” says Luc Donckerwolke, Chief Design Officer.
Ralph Gilles, Head of Design of FCA, is one of the few that has not only has seen it all, but is perfectly candid and comfortable discussing this show. And more remarkable, he does't limit comments to FCA!
Hyundai elaborates on its design philosophy offering a more detailed blueprint for ‘Sensuous Sportiness’ by unveiling the HDC-2 ‘Grandmaster’ SUV concept and displaying the sleek HDC-1.
The Kona’s bold, daring image hints at the future design direction of Hyundai Motor’s next generation of SUV models and creates a unique proposition in the compact SUV segment.
Hyundai Motor is presenting three public debuts of new vehicles at the 67th International Frankfurt Motor Show.
The new Elantra projects confidence with sculpted body forms complimented by smoothly contoured lines that reveal the underlying inspiration of Hyundai designers. Inspired by the concept of dynamic precision, Elantra’s architecture was a perfect platform for Hyundai designers and engineers
Hyundai has really come into it’s own with the unveiling of the Vision G Concept Coupe. The Vision G, or as it was earlier designated – HCD-16, is a step forward from the pack of overly functional products that don’t really come across as distinct. Simply put, the Vision G puts a greater emphasis on shapes and forms, and takes risks. And yes, it's even sexy.