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By Ben Whitworth Motor Industry 05 November 2008 10:08 Caterham has turned to cyberspace to design its next model – the low-volume carmaker is calling on fans around the world to log onto a bespoke website to submit their ideas and designs for every aspect of the new Caterham, before ultimately voting on what makes it to the final vehicle. The website – www.splitwheel.com - will act as a forum, hosting blogs, articles and what Caterham calls ‘a Wikipedia-style user-edited knowledge base’ to turn user input into a workable vehicle design. A comprehensive voting system that covers all aspects of the car will then be initiated, and once the final specification is agreed a prototype will be produced with initial production slated for 2011.Thu, 14 Jan 2010 00:00:00 -0800
Chrysler Group is known for its rough and tough trucks and menacing muscle cars, but its design boss said technology is going to be the game-changer for car designers going forward. Ralph Gilles, who is also CEO of the Dodge brand, said cars must be able to adapt to evolving technologies while remaining striking and pleasing to the eye. Smartphones, touch screens and colorful interfaces are all becoming common inside cars.Thu, 16 Aug 2012 00:00:00 -0700
As sales of the Toyota GT86 gain momentum, Toyota are upping the marketing with a new TV advert for the GT86. Yes, the Toyota GT86 may need a bit more power. But perhaps, just like the MX-5, the joy of the GT86 is that you can explore the limits of its abilities without having to have a million horses at your disposal?
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