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Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake Goodwood FoS debut

Mon, 28 May 2012

The estate version of the Mercedes-Benz CLS – the Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake – will debut at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The Mercedes CLS Shooting Brake – well, a concept CLS SB – bowed in at the Beijing Motor Show in 2010 and although we’ve seen it running around the roads, it’s seemed no closer to production. But it looks like Mercedes has now had long enough to play with the oxymoron that is a coupe estate and the CLS Shooting Brake will get its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed at the end of June.

Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept: OFFICIAL (+video)

Tue, 15 Apr 2014

The Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept (pictured) revealed Last night we had the first photo of the new¬†Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept as it leaked out ahead of the Discovery’s reveal in New York alongside a scale mode of the Virgin Galactic and it public debut at the New York Motor Show. But now we get the full Monty; photos, specifications and detail of the technology Land Rover is preparing for future models of the Discovery. And there’s more than one Discovery.

What the Future Holds, Nobody Knows

Tue, 22 Dec 2009

It's a testament to the talent, charisma and relative celebrity of Ian Callum, Derek Jenkins and Franz von Holzhausen - heads of Jaguar, Mazda and Tesla design, respectively - that they managed to captivate a crowd of industry insiders at the tail end of the Los Angeles Auto Show's second press-preview day. This despite being given a nebulous topic to discuss with a moderator who knew little about the subject. Dan Lyons, a technology columnist at Newsweek, oversaw the panel discussion that was to focus on "Tomorrow's Cars...Practical Transportation or Groundbreaking Design?" He asked only one question on that topic before digressing into a more general discourse on the design strategies of Jaguar, Mazda and Tesla.