Volume 161 (July 2004)

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2004 Edition. Full Color. 120 Pages.

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  • Photo Gallery Khomei Hanaoka/Maserati GHIBLI SS Spider 1971 (1970-1973)
  • Art Gallery – Minoru Mizoguchi’s “Filage Art” Exhibit
  • 2004 New York International Auto Show – A Stage for Dazzling Premium Brands
    • Buick VELITE
    • Lexus LF-C
    • Ford MUSTANG GT-R
    • Jaguar CONCEPT 8
    • Audi RSQ
    • Cadillac STS
    • Saab 9-7X
    • Lincoln ZEPHYR
    • Jeep GRAND CHEROKEE
    • Land Rover LR3/DISCOVERY 3
    • Infiniti M45 CONCEPT
    • Nissan XTERRA
    • Acura RL
  • Design as a Management Asset: Toyota Names Designer as Managing Officer!
    • Interview With ED2 President Wahei Hirai: Design as an Asset of Management
    • Senior Vice President Patrick le Quement on the Role of the Designer in Management Strategy
  • Highly Respected by Consumers: Canadian Car of the Year Awards Program
  • Toyota PASSO/Daihatsu BOON: Compacts Meant to Establish World Standards
  • Honda ELYSION – A Smooth Luxury Minivan
    • Large Premium Minivans Around the World
  • Sebastian Conran Speaks of the “Cube + Conran” Project
  • Toyota Set Up a “Universal Design Showcase”
  • Mormedi – A 15-member Creative Studio
  • FORESEE Car Design – 10 Years of Rapid Growth Thanks to Digital Tools
    • Cor Steenstra’s Past and Future
  • E-mail From Palos Verdes, Part 5 – Now and in the Future: Considering Transportation in Three Dimensions
  • PORTFOLIO – Sachio Hihara’s “Ami Zabuton” and “Obi” Are Hits at the Milano Salone
  • Emeco “SuperLight” – An Ultra-lightweight, Flexible Aluminum Chair
  • Toshi Kuroyanaghi’s Design Review, Part 15 – Volvo S40/V50 – The Safety of a Luxury Car
    • An Appealing Small Car in Scandinavian Style
  • Accepting Entries for the CAR STYLING International Car Design Competition 2005!
  • Quick Reference Digital Design, Part 18: Alias “SketchBook Pro”
  • Rhinoceros Whizzes, Part 2 – Shinichi Sumikawa “Ripple Design”
  • New Series: Modeling with Rhino, Part 1 – Considering the Significance of CAD Modeling

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 13.5 x 11 x 0.75 in