Volume 165 (March 2005)

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2005 Edition. Full Color. 120 Pages.

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  • 2005 North American International Auto Show – Follow-up to a Paradigm Shift
    • Chrysler 300C Awarded at the NAIAS as Well!
    • GMC GRAPHYTE, SEQUEL
    • Saturn SKY Roadster, AURA
    • Ford FAIRLANE, SYNus
    • Ford EXPLORER SPORT TRAC, SHELBY GR-1
    • Mercury META ONE
    • Chrysler FIREPOWER
    • Jeep HURRICANE, GLADIATOR
    • Lexus LF-A
    • Toyota FT-SX
    • Infiniti KURAZA
    • Nissan AZEAL
    • Mazda MX-CROSSPORT
    • Acura RD-X
    • Suzuki CONCEPT X
    • Other Concept Cars
    • Production Cars
  • Michelin Challenge Design – Designers From 50 Countries Participate
  • 2005 LA Auto Show – “Design LA” Forum Is Established, 11 Companies Compete!
  • 2004 Bologna Motor Show – The World’s Greater Festival for True Motor Fans
    • Volkswagen GOLF PLUS
    • Audi A6 AVANT
  • Examining Designs of New Japanese Cars
    • Nissan LAFESTA vs. Toyota ISIS – A New Battle Among Minivans
    • The Difference Between “Pretty” and “Beautiful”
    • Daihatsu MIRA GINO – Active Dependence on “Symbolism”
  • Rolls-Royce’s New Hometown – What Comes of Blending BMW Technology with Goodwood Artisanry
  • New Identity in Asia – From Taiwan Mitsubishi
    • China Motor Corporation – Its GRUNDER, Its Brand Strategy
  • Toshi Kuroyanaghi’s Design Review, Part 18
    • Smart FORFOUR
  • Tokyo Auto Salon with NAPAC 2005 – Exploring the Diverse Possibilities of Customizing
  • International Car Design Competition 2005 – Announcing the Final Results: Grand Prize Goes to Tomonobu Nishikawa!
    • Final Criticisms: Bold Vision for a New Car Society
  • INTERMOT-IVM Design Awards 2004 – The World’s First Motorcycle Design Competition Held at the Munich Motorcycle Show
  • E-mail From Palos Verdes, Part 9 – The “Legend” of Palos Verdes Part 2: The Peninsula of the Lighthouse and the Peacocks
  • Monaco Luxe Pack Design Award 2004: First Time Entrants Win Top Prize! – Japan’s Naoe Kanetsuki (Toyota) and Tatsuyuki Gyoutoku (Suzuki)
  • Quick Reference Digital Design, Part 22: Animations, Part 3
  • Rhinoceros Whizzes, Part 6 – Nobuhiro Sugimoto, an In-house Railroad Car Designer
  • Modeling with Rhino, Part 5
    • Chapter 2: Generating Surfaces, Part 4: Creating the Lower Surfaces of the Body’s Side

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 13.5 x 11 x 0.75 in