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The second-generation Mitsubishi Lancer was offered here from 1980 to 1988. Its distinctive angular styling earned it the nickname 'box-type.' It was fairly simple, easy to maintain, and quite sporty, particularly if you opted for the GSR and newer GT
This is what we think it would look like
The now-discontinued Isuzu Crosswind landed on our shores at the beginning of the century, and it only received minimal updates during a local run of over 16 years. Its older architecture also meant it used older-generation Isuzu mechanicals. This includes
Disclaimer: Not all of them are practical
The replacement for the iconic DS used floating cylinders as instruments, rotating to display speed and revs as the driver gazed through the single-spoke steering wheel. For the sanitized facelift, they were binned. Boo.Well, if you're going to reclothe
Some are more likely than others
We've had at least a decade of hearing 'the Chinese car industry is going to take over the world,' but it has spectacularly failed to materialize. China does hold massive sway over the car industry, mainly in getting European makers to
It's time to move on
We see you. We see you, in your Mercedes-Benz C220d. With your AMG badge. We see you, thinking your AMG badge you bought online fools us into thinking your smokey single-tailpipe repmobile is a thundering V8 monster. We see you,
A few highlights from the famed Italian design house’s history
For such a quintessentially British brand, Aston Martin's dalliances with Italy's carrozzerie are well-documented. When Zagato rebodied the DB4 GT in 1960, it created what remains arguably the most beautiful Aston ever made. Bond's DB5 wore an Italian
Unofficial render borrows design cues from current concept and road cars
Toyota's cars have a got a lot more interesting of late, and rumors abound that the MR2 sports car will make a comeback-something mid-engined to slot in beside the 86 and the new Supra.What form it'll take
Online designer has a stab at penning the next-gen Godzilla, with vivid results
A new Nissan GT-R is coming. That much we know. We also know it'll come with some semblance of hybrid assistance and retain its famously burly character. Beyond that, though, is a mystery. Particularly when it comes to how the
Reimagining an icon for today's world, as it turns out, is quite hard
Here’s why the BMW Z4 and the Toyota Supra look so different
It's no secret that the new BMW Z4 and Toyota Supra share their platforms and mechanical bits. Even before we've seen the Supra shorn of disguise, though, it's very clear they're going to be very different-looking cars.
A thoroughly detailed, entirely unofficial render
This isn't real, nor is it official. But it is quite something: the work of designer Samir Sadikhov, motivated by a desire to cook up a tribute to one of the world's most iconic supercars. The Ferrari F40."For car
For these machines, a jumble of chromed letters just isn’t enough...
This top nine is brought to you by the lunacy of the McLaren Speedtail's badging, which pushes new limits of logo decadence. The launch car is apparently spec'd with a "combination of 18-karat white gold and carbon-fiber inlays."
And how does it live up to its predecessors?
Full disclosure: I like a good BMW. I like a well-sorted 3-Series. I actually own an old 328i Sport (E36) and happen to think it has aged tremendously gracefully and is frankly one of the finest cars ever built. Others
An inspiring tale for aspiring designers
Want to become a car designer? Ian Callum, design director at Jaguar, sent a letter at the age of 13 and hasn't looked back. Over to Ian...Fifty years ago, I sent a set of drawings to Jaguar's vice president,
What makes a design timeless?
The man pictured above is Wini Camacho, a car designer who has been with Mercedes-Benz for the past two decades. He works for one of the biggest automotive brands in the world, and he's Filipino. That's right, Camacho got
For exploring the final frontier
No, what you're looking at aren't concept sketches from the new Star Wars flick. Contrary to all the hype since The Last Jedi trailer broke cover, there's more than one intergalactic film franchise worth taking note of: Star Trek.
We still dig the design though
Yesterday, Suzuki gave us our first real look at the all-new Swift subcompact hatch. With a sleeker form courtesy of a drastically redone front fascia and sleeker headlights, as well as a new-look rear, initial images were enough to get
See what the future looks like
When it comes to car interiors, Peugeot is one of the best in the business. The French carmaker is responsible for some of the most sophisticated and professional-looking cabin designs in the industry. But not wanting to rest on its laurels,
Remember Randy Rodriguez?
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. So you've seen the supremely awesome Nissan Titan Warrior concept--the meanest-looking pickup truck we've come across lately. We absolutely fell
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