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Viewing the 2015 Detroit show through a designer's eyes

To get a read on the visual appeal of this year's Detroit auto show, we sought a designer's perspective on the Ford GT, Chevy Bolt and Infiniti Q60.  » READ

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Opel's next-gen Adam could also be a Buick


Land Rover has high conquest goals for new Discovery Sport


Stadler: Audi to build range-topping Q8 SUV


Nissan steps back from cutting-edge offerings


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McLaren names new design chief


While supercar world awaited Acura NSX, nobody saw Ford GT coming


Assault on Fortress Detroit


Hyundai's segment-bending Santa Cruz


Stretching boundaries


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Caddy's focus: Plug lineup holes


'Age doesn't always mean that much'


Scion's plan: Less quirky, more pragmatic


It's official: Scion kills FR-S convertible idea


Acura mulls new model, 'another arrow in the quiver'


The woman behind the bold NSX


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Titan designer finally got her chance to improve pickup


Nissan, seeking wider audience, retools Titan top to bottom


Toyota Tacoma takes on more off-road swagger, luxury


Acura seeks track cred with new NSX


Detroit truck man Diaz sees opportunity in Titan now -- and then


The world's favorite vehicle


A 'world car' that works for buyers and automakers


Lexus to unleash GS F sedan in Detroit


Welburn inspires GM's evolving style


Gilles steers brand images with design


Moray Callum draws lines between Ford, Lincoln


A Mirage-based turnaround


Do auto designers have a shelf life?


Hellcat reviewers rev up the thesaurus


Inside the hush-hush competitive world of concept cars


Shifting eyes back to the road ahead


Did Young rock Lincoln with talk of Continental?


Cadillac's 2016 CTS-V gets a fresh look and a big power boost


Cadillac's 2016 CTS-V packs more power, fresh look


Mercedes-AMG will add entry line to narrow price gap


Biggest changes for 2015 Chrysler 300 are inside


How the next-gen Audi Q7 lost all that weight


VIN switcheroo a crushing defeat for Mini Cooper


Nissan Titan goes big rig


Cadillac styling won't take sharp turn with flagship CT6


Last-minute Prius styling rebuff shows Toyota's new focus on design


Chevy's next-gen cars will get Corvette styling cues


NACTOY finalists announced


Lexus ponders drop-top options