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By Ben Pulman First Official Pictures 13 February 2008 17:52 We've added eleven new images to our Wallpaper gallery from the March 2008 edition of CAR Magazine. Click here to see the new wallpapers. CAR Magazine has the best photographs of the world's most amazing cars.Tue, 04 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
The following designers' vehicle concepts will be displayed in the Michelin Challenge Design exhibit from January 10-23, 2011: Colin Pan, China Sang-June Lee, Kyung-Kuk Kim, Seoung-Bin Lee, South Korea 2:1 Industrial Design Team, Brazil Ramon Ramirez, Mexico Carlos Arturo Torres, Colombia Hui Wang, China Sergio Andres Ortiz, Colombia Lukas Kuba, Czech Republic Gunwoong Kim & Suji Kim, South Korea Attila Tari, Hungary Sadegh Samakoush Darounkolayi, Afghanistan Kyu-Hyun Lee, Sol Lee, Hae-Won Jo, South Korea David Cardoso Loureiro, Belgium Ralph Tayler-Webb, United Kingdom Antti Eskeli, Finland Kyoung Soo Na, South Korea Federico Beltran, Ivan Orozco, Edmundo Platt, Mexico Eduard Gray, Sweden Cristian Armando Polanco Sosa, Guatemala Artem Afanasev & Aleksey Kazakov , Russia Shinsuke Aizawa, Japan Jordie Lewis, Canada Xiaowu Huang, China Zhi Min Lin, China Pai-Ching Hu, Taiwan Peixin Li, China Mike Simonian, Maaike Evers, Laure Garreau, USA Gabriel Wartofsky, USA Dario Alejandro Narvaez, Colombia Andrey Alekseev, Russia Marko Lukovic, Serbia Mohammad Ghezel, Iran Hugo Carlos Fernandez, Spain Thierry Dumaine, France We'll bring you more on the finalists' work when we see them on display at the NAIAS next week. But in the meantime, if you'd like to have a chance to see your design shown at the NAIAS next year, enter the 2012 Michelin Challenge Design competition. Pre-registration for the 2012 competition is open until 4 March 2011. Visit the competition website by clicking on the link below: Michelin Challenge Design 2012 Related Articles: Michelin launches 2012 Challenge Design competition Four CCS students win awards in 22nd annual Michelin/CCS competitionTue, 18 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Ford Motor Co. plans to revert to more traditional knobs and buttons in its MyFord Touch infotainment and control system. The system has hurt Ford's ratings in several quality surveys.
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