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It was a turbocharged, parts-bin slice of awesome.
We take a 434-hp hellsled once “owned” by Jerry Seinfeld for a spin.
Set in an imaginary but painstakingly rendered version of 1973, the cars exist in and evoke a strangely liminal state.
But even I love it a little.
We speak to five designers about the challenges and opportunities in creating for driverless mobility.
The cars may have been scale models, but the experience made clear the need for strong countermeasures.
More seriously, it and similar robots can be enormously useful to rescue teams, agricultural operations, and more.
The once-shunned luxury pickup truck turned out to be something of a trendsetter.
Kevin Beasley’s latest exhibition shows his deep affection for machines, which includes cars.
And it definitely isn’t by copying the past: “I hate retro design,” says Benz’s chief designer
American style, V-8 power, and rear drive—straight from Japan
The quest to locate his Gullwing’s original engine took one enthusiast down an entirely different road