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Issue no. 230 summary

The point Chris Bangle, out of the box
“We will see a change in the world of car design when people stop thinking conventionally, associating every form with a particular category. We are still too tied to our habits, we don’t have the courage to … by Edoardo Nastri

Cover story Jaguar I-Pace, forward momentum
A new design language? “No,” says Ian Callum: “The language remains typically Jaguar. It’s the proportions that have changed. The graphics have a familiar look about them, because we want the user to recognise it as a Jaguar… by Fabio Galvano

Concept car GFG Style Sibylla, flagship allure
Designing your own car from the first to the last line and organising the entire project without even needing a computer, is certainly no easy task. Unless your name is Giorgetto Giugiaro… by Silvia Baruffaldi

Interview Klaus Busse – FCA, discovering Italian character
It cannot have been easy to adapt to a transition from American to Italian design, without confusing one situation with the other. But from the way he speaks about it he clearly succeeded. Klaus Busse is… by Fabio Galvano

Interview Ian Cartabiano – Toyota, from California to the Côte d’Azur
“I started at Calty as a designer in September 1997, two weeks after graduating. It was love at first sight, this year I celebrate 21 years with Toyota, although it feels like yesterday … by Silvia Baruffaldi

Concept car Hyundai Le Fil Rouge, sensuous sportiness
There are two ways of looking at Le Fil Rouge, the concept presented by Hyundai in Geneva. The first, at the moment when the Korean company’s designers introduce the concept of Sensuous Sportiness, is… by Fabio Galvano

Concept car Renault EZ-GO, a new mobility
You will have to get used to it. And quickly. A car without a steering wheel, without a dashboard, without pedals or a gear lever – in short, without a driver – has all the flavour of science fiction… by Fabio Galvano

Design story Volvo V60, refinement and functionality
With its 50 years of wagon pedigree and radiant with joy at the Suv XC40 being voted Car of the Year, Volvo had no choice but to present its new V60 with all the glitz of the big occasion. The new V60 is the intermediate wagon… by Silvio jr. Suppa

Design story Kia Ceed, sophisticated discretion
At times, a generational change in the career of a model demands stylistic reflection to the point that the visual structures have to be reworked to such an extent as almost to redefine the relationship that… by Silvio jr. Suppa

Concept car Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion, taste of future
For one Beetle that is pensioned off, a new future opens up at Volkswagen. The I.D. family, namely Wolfsburg’s electric cars, exhibited its fourth concept in Geneva, the I.D. Vizzion…by Fabio Galvano

Concept car Pininfarina HK GT, elegant power
Just one look at it and there can be no doubt. The HK GT unveiled in March at Geneva is a Pininfarina through and through, the result of balanced proportions and skilful management of lines, distinctive but never over the top… by Silvia Baruffaldi

Contest Italdesign, young designers for mobility
Hypothesise what the mobility of the future will be like through the projects of young designers, engineers, architects, artists or design enthusiasts. This is the aim of the Research Contest on Future Mobility in Cities… by Edoardo Nastri

Technology Brembo, style and colour
The braking system as an element of style. The idea of colouring calipers came to the people at Brembo in 1992, and over time it has become a veritable signature that makes this brand’s products recognisable at a glance…. by Edoardo Nastri

Design studio He.Sa Design, creativity and reliability
A dynamically reactive firm, with working methodology based on the use of the latest generation information technology and a young, cohesive team that handles inputs from the vibrant world of design with aesthetic sensitivity and technical expertise… by Marta Cinti

Design news Mauto Museum, Europe and America on four wheel
Two worlds compared. What could have been more different than the lifestyles of Europeans and Americans after World War II? From cinema to eating habits, from literature to music, these differences… by Edoardo Nastri

School IED Kite, fun and functionality
A revisitation of the dune buggy icon in a futuristic, fun and functional way. This was the brief for the Hyundai Kite, the concept car developed by the students of the biennial Master in Transportation Design… by Marta Cinti


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