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Giugiaro’s exploration of the autonomous car is an intriguing addition to the Geneva show floor
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’s iM-4 concept does a fine job of finding inspiration from models gone by and distilling them into something that looks thoroughly contemporary
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
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.
“Have you heard the expression ‘I’m going to get Medieval on your ass’?” asks a senior designer. “That’s what the face of this car is saying.”
At first glance, the Light Cocoon, designed and built by German engineering firm EDAG looks like a fairly generic small sports car
Infiniti’s mission to establish itself in the premium European market was never going to be the work of a moment, and its model range of mid-sized sedans and SUVs has so-far failed to gather much traction in the consciousness of buyers
The Pullman version of the Mercedes-Maybach may be a stretch too far but we still can’t help but admire its chrome billet wheels, especially with a V12 badge nestling close by
The most striking thing about the original R8 was that Audi got so many things right. Its design in particular was a model of consistency, as it provided an explicit link between range-topping supercar and entry-level supermini