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Pocketsquare to premiere Panasonic's driver-focussed HMI interior concept at NAIASFri, 10 Jan 2014
Erstwhile GM interior design chief David Lyon, alongside former GM engineer Nina Mital and ex-Ford designer Gary Braddock – the three members of new Michigan-based design consultancy Pocketsquare – will have the first fruits of their new venture displayed at the NAIAS in Detroit in the form of Panasonic's advanced interior design concept. The interior makes use of Panasonic's new range of head-up displays and smart clusters to reduce driver distraction in advance of the latest proposed NHTSA legislation. The system is said to exceed these measures by as much as 35 per cent.
How South America designed the Ford KaThu, 31 Jul 2014
The Ka Concept was shown at the São Paulo auto show in Brazil in November 2013, and was revealed in production form last week. It marks the first time the Ka has reflected the broader brand homogeneity of the 'One Ford' design strategy, and continues the Ka's shift in direction from the distinctive original.The new car is the work of Ford's South American design studio in Camaçari, Brazil - its second 'One Ford' car, following the EcoSport. But while the crossover enters a new segment, the 17-year history of the Ka nameplate in Brazil gives an insight into how the demands of the local market have taken precedence over design iconicity.
Hyundai Genesis (2008): First official picturesWed, 16 Jan 2008
By Stephen Dobie First Official Pictures 16 January 2008 18:30 It’s not coming to the UK, but it doesn’t mean that Hyundai won’t crow about it. This is the Genesis, the Korean company’s latest attack on the premium brands, and designed to make us forget about previous attempts like the XG30. But concurrently it’s also because of the Genesis’ predecessors that we won’t get the new car.