Volume 164 (January 2005)


2005 Edition. Full Color. 120 Pages.

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  • PSA Peugeot Citroen Group Launches a New Design Center “ADN”
  • 38th Tokyo Motor Show – Technical Advances for Large Vehicles, Innovation for Light Commercial Vehicles
    • Mitsubishi FUSO CONCEPT
    • Daihatsu FFC, FRC
    • Honda P.V. HOBICK
    • Other Concept Cars
    • Isuzu FL-2
  • 2004 Paris Mondial de l’Automobile
    • Pininfarina NIDO
    • Other Concept Cars
    • Production Cars
  • 2005 Saleen S281 – Phil Frank Transforms the Mustang
  • Citroen C4 – A Unique New Middle Class Car
  • BMW 1-Series – A Sculpture Ready for Launch
  • Examining Designs of New Japanese Cars: The Appeal of the Three Luxury Sedans
    • Nissan FUGA – A New Name for a New Crop
    • Honda LEGEND – Great Changes for the Fourth Generation
    • Toyota MARK X – Toyota’s Core Sedan for the 21st Century
  • Japan Car Design Award 2004-2005: Congratulations! Honda LEGEND, Daihatsu FFC and Subaru R2
  • A Visit to the Luigi Colani Exhibit in Karlsruhe
  • 11th World Congress on ITS Nagoya, Aichi, Japan 2004 – Focusing Intelligence on Creating Future Transportation for Users
  • JAFCA Auto Color Awards 2005 – Grand Prize Goes to the Toyota Crown Majesta!
  • 2005 RJC Car of the Year Awards: Announcing the RJC Year Awards!
  • E-mail from Palos Verdes, Part 8 – The “Legends” of Palos Verdes
  • Six More People, Including Carlos Ghosn, Inducted into the JAHFA for 2004
  • Olympus Design
    • The Birth of Olympus Imaging, the New Design Organization and New Products “i:robe” and “m:robe”
    • Design Organization and Activities
    • Interview with President Hiroshi Komiya – “Creating Products with a Global Stream-line System”
  • James Dyson and the “DC12” Cyclonic Vacuum Cleaner
  • Quick Reference Digital Design, Part 21: Animations, Part 2
  • Rhinoceros Whizzes, Part 5 – Phil Frank “CAD Sculpting”
  • Modeling with Rhino, Part 4
    • Chapter 2: Generating Surfaces, Part 3 – Creating the body’s side surfaces

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 13.5 x 11 x 0.75 in