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Cars

Design Development: IED Fiat X1/99

Design Development: IED Fiat X1/99

Design Development: IED Fiat X1/99

27 May 2005
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Design Review: Lexus LF-A concept

Design Review: Lexus LF-A concept

 Lexus: one of the world's youngest automotive brands, one of the most successful, and one associated predominantly with premium cars stronger on the pr...

13 May 2005
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Design Review: GM Daewoo T2X concept

Design Review: GM Daewoo T2X concept

After eight years, with the Seoul show now including all the major international manufacturers, GM Daewoo have bounced back to unveil their ambitious ne...

06 May 2005
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Design Review: Renault Zoe concept

Design Review: Renault Zoe concept

Renault is renowned for searching for the 'Next Big Thing' in car concepts but until now it seemed a bit slow to join the wave of '3-Metre' cars that ma...

18 April 2005
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Design Review: Citroën C6

Design Review: Citroën C6

Design Review: Citroën C6

11 April 2005
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Design Review: Lexus IS

Design Review: Lexus IS

 The old IS200/300 was a simple concept, clearly targeted at the BMW 3 Series: a sporty, compact executive car with a straight-six engine and RWD, avail...

06 April 2005
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Design Review: Skoda Yeti

Design Review: Skoda Yeti

 Yeti is the Tibetian word for 'magical creature' and the name given to the mythical large ape or 'abominable snowman' first thought to have been sighte...

01 April 2005
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Design Review: Volkswagen Passat

Design Review: Volkswagen Passat

The horizontal upper face appears to float above the main body of the dashboard with only the vents to break up the clean surface and a distinct line sw...

29 March 2005
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Design Review: Ford Shelby GR - 1

Design Review: Ford Shelby GR - 1

Ford Motor Company design chief J Mays introduces the Shelby. Click for larger images THE Sketch 2004 Shelby Cobra Concept Shelb...

21 March 2005
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Ford NAIAS 2005 Concepts - Interior Design Review

Ford NAIAS 2005 Concepts - Interior Design Review

The concept behind the SYNus is a tongue-in-cheek look at the needs of young future city-dwellers from its miniature Brinks truck / bank-safe-on-wheels ...

11 March 2005
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