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Pateo Project N shows China’s autonomous dream

20 April 2015

To concentrate on the Pateo Project N’s rather simplistic design execution would be to miss the point of this rather interesting project

Chevrolet FNR – bold, brave and at home in Shanghai

20 April 2015

Having hosted our Maorinews Awards China last night it was interesting to compare the types of work presented by the best of China’s design students with what is by far the wildest concept car of the show

BAIC BJ20 is an interesting crossover oddity

20 April 2015

With all the new cars to see here in Shanghai it’s sometimes easy to pass the less obvious displays without taking a good look

Buick takes car design from studio to show stand

20 April 2015

Buick’s new show stand caught our eye in Detroit for providing a splash of architectural drama to accompany the debut of the new Avenir

Hongqi LS5 – China’s presidential SUV

20 April 2015

Hongqi, which translates as ‘red flag’ is China’s oldest car brand, making its first car for the party elite back in 1958

Giugiaro takes a back seat

04 March 2015

Giugiaro’s exploration of the autonomous car is an intriguing addition to the Geneva show floor

Nissan’s LMP1 car rethinks proportions

04 March 2015

How do you make a the World Endurance Championship-winning Toyota TS040 and Audi R8 e-tron LMP1 cars look a bit same-same?

Suzuki iM-4 concept is old-school cute

04 March 2015

Suzuki’s iM-4 concept does a fine job of finding inspiration from models gone by and distilling them into something that looks thoroughly contemporary

Nissan Sway: Shiro’s 15 year plan comes good

04 March 2015

It’s 15 years since Shiro Nakamura took over Nissan’s design department and yet it isn’t until this show, he tells us, that he has felt fully satisfied with his efforts

Hot hatch hits and misses

04 March 2015

Volkswagen and Audi have done a good job of taking the hot-hatch genre upmarket, with the Golf R and S3 respectively. However, Honda and Ford have both launched new go-faster hatches at the show, and the approaches seem somewhat different.

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