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GM moves Korean design studio to Seoul

Tue, 20 Apr 2010

General Motors is moving its Korean advanced design studio from Incheon to the trendy Gangnam district of Seoul. The studio, one of 10 design studios worldwide for GM, employs 30 designers. It has prime responsibility for GM's small cars, such as the Chevrolet Aveo, Spark and Cruze.

Volkswagen reveals e-Golf and e-Up! before Frankfurt motor show debut

Tue, 27 Aug 2013

Volkswagen has just released details on the e-Golf and e-Up! before their 2013 Frankfurt motor show debuts. The two cars are essentially pre-production examples of pure-electric vehicles that VW will start building just a short time from now.

Worth a read: Wired's 'Why Getting It Wrong Is the Future of Design'

Thu, 25 Sep 2014

Wired has just published a series of short articles entitled 13 Lessons for Design's New Golden Age. While there are some interesting examples cited in the piece, the concluding article, ‘Why Getting It Wrong Is the Future of Design' by the former creative director of Wired magazine, Scott Dadich, feels like it has particular resonance for car design. Dadich's Wrong Theory uses disruptive examples from the world of art, plus his own experience of working at Wired, to explain how design goes through phases: establishing a direction, creating a set of rules that define that direction and finally someone who dares to break from that direction.