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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
 

Renegade comes through, on-road and off

 

Beyond SUVs, VW weighs van, Golf pocket rocket for U.S.

 

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

 

With Titan, Nissan aims for 'white space' below biggest pickups

 

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

 

Character lines at the Detroit auto show

 

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

 

Want a BMW i8? Get in a long, long line

 

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