Articles about Car Design

If Kia were to rebadge the truck, do you think it would look like this?
Everything just appears much more streamlined
Yes, it sure is. It's the all-new Kia Sportage-equal parts edgy and macho. If you ask us, it's a pretty sizeable improvement over the previous generation's appearance, too.You could say that, but it's not like
Inspired by the first-generation model
This latest car we've chosen to revive is the Toyota MR2, aka the 'Midship Runabout 2-seater.' It was the first mass-produced mid-engined Japanese sports car, and we decided to use the first-generation model as our inspiration. As
From the W112 to the EQS
What is there to say about the W112-era 300SE's interior beyond...whoa. Proper wood, leather and metal, a column-shifter (to which Merc would return some decades later), and odd yet beautiful instruments.The definitive Big Benz stood proud at
Do you think Ford should consider building something like this, too?
Did Ford hit the mark with the new F-150 Lightning's design? We wouldn't say anything definitively, because it still depends on one's preference. But at the very least, Ford's electric pickup doesn't look as polarizing as
American badge, Italian design
This is the 1983 Lincoln Quicksilver concept, which was shown at that year's Geneva International Motor Show. It wowed the crowds with its classic American muscle-car proportions, hairy-chested performance, and brutish styling. Wait. None of that. But you know,
The supercar of lounge chairs?
The Aston Martin Vanquish and DB9, the Jaguar I-Pace and F-Pace-these are just some of the vehicles that defined Ian Callum's body of work during his 20-year stint with the two companies. Now, free of the restrictions
Watch out, Ford Bronco and Jeep Wrangler
Toyota's legendary Land Cruiser has a history that stretches back to the '50s. One of the most iconic is the 40-series, which was introduced in 1960. And probably one of the most popular variants of the rugged Land Cruisers is
Should this car exist as a convertible?
Here is an unofficial render of the new Toyota 86 minus its metal roof. The next-gen model was revealed a few days ago, a 232hp twin to the latest Subaru BRZ, and proof that Toyota's Gazoo Racing brand is happy
Half car, half crossover
The tiny wee city car has seemed like an endangered species lately. Titchy cars equal titchy profit margins, especially when you're trying to stuff batteries into them to make an urban EV. Well, here's Toyota telling us not to worry:
Make it happen, please
What's the most lovable car in the industry at the moment? The answer, of course, is subjective, but it's safe to say the Honda e is likely near the top of everyone's lists.It's cute, it's clean,
The car is nicknamed ‘Lady Bug’
Welcome to an especially outrageous Bugatti Divo, with paintwork so complex, the company nearly gave up trying to realize its customer's request because it was simply too hard to get right.Yup-the collector who ordered this Divo asked Bugatti to
Powered by a 1.5-liter Skyactiv-D engine
The first-generation Isuzu Gemini landed here in the '70s, going against other small Japanese sedans like the Toyota Corolla and the Mitsubishi Lancer of that era. The model most people remember is the early-'80s facelifted slant-nose version. While it
“Tech, way more than the driving experience, is the key battleground today”
Do you drive a modern car? By which I mean is it less than-let's say-a handful of years old? Right, how easy do you find it to operate on the move? Not the business of driving the thing, but
The changes in aesthetic are drastic
Remember back when you'd have to explain that the Navara and the Frontier were essentially the same truck, except they weren't? Basically, it all depended on the market, but it was easy for people to get lost on account of
A working prototype actually existed
Come on, people...what does it look like? It's a Mercedes-Benz controlled by joysticks. It's called the F200 Imagination concept and, at least on the surface, it looks...really well done, actually. But then again, it would, given that
“It has an impressive specification that should address the pitfalls of the original”
It's not yet another Porsche 911, at least. This is a Porsche 914, recreated using lots of modern technology and a fair smattering of witchcraft by UK carmaker Fifteen Eleven Design.Yes, it's another Porsche classic reimagined with modern bits.
Complete with theoretical specs
We all miss the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, the iconic turbocharged all-wheel-drive rally car for the road. What if the Japanese carmaker resurrected its Evolution model-but this time based on the little Mirage?We should note that a heavily modified
Some styling cues are seen on modern production cars
The story goes that back in the late '90s, Volkswagen boss Ferdinand Piech decided his empire was going to build the world's fastest, most powerful supercar. Only he didn't know what badge it was going to have. The Big Man
What could’ve been
In 1980, Lamborghini wasn't in a good way, in so far as it didn't really have any money. To show its support for the Raging Bull, Bertone brought this thing to that year's Turin Motor Show. Based on a
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