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1970 Plymouth Barracuda / Cuda vs Chevrolet Camaro Dealer Promo Film

First-Ever Lowered Chevrolet Corvette C8 | Vossen Hybrid Forged HF-5

Porsche - Highway


Chevrolet Silverado | Hybrid Forged HF6-1

Tuatara | Experience

The Porsche Design Chronograph 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition

Jay Leno In A Lamborghini Countach

Randy Pobst tests the Huayra BC vs the Hypercar Holy Trinity

1988 Ferrari Testarossa - POV

Inspiring Greatness Episode 6: Cullinan | The Final Challenge | Scotland

GT500 Mustang vs Supercharged GT350 Mustang | Roll Race Comparison

2020 BMW 4er Coupe (G22) Weltpremiere, Sitzprobe, kein Test

BMW’s 2nd generation hydrogen fuel cell powertrain to be piloted in the ...

Alpine A110 vs more Alpine A110s | Making the best sports car better

Individuality becomes electric. TECHART for the Porsche Taycan.

BMW M8 Convertible in Birch Green

Storie Alfa Romeo | Episode 7: Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, Carabo and Montre...

“Storie Alfa Romeo”, Episode Seven – A revolution in shapes and colors: the 33 Stradale, Carabo and Montreal

The car as a sign of the times Headlights for “eyes”, the front grille for a “mouth”, the front for its “face” – and, of course, the car its “body”, with “shoulders” and “hips” traced by the wheel arches. These anthropomorphic similarities are still used today. How did they come about, and why? The first cars were veritable “horseless carriages”, with no specific embellishments. Since the 1930s, the “coachbuilders” (a name that remains to this day) have become experts in metalwork. They beat the sheet metal into shape by hand, directly onto a wooden frame, creating genuinely unique models with rounded, sensual lines that seem to pursue an organic ideal. As industrial production evolved, the forms tended to simplify, because the molding equipment of that time did not allow for as much refinement and three-dimensionality. At one point, in the late 1960s, the two stylistic inspirations noticeably diverged. The difference between an “anthropomorphic car” and the “car of tomorrow”

McLaren Tech Club - Episode 10 - 765LT: Pursuit of lightweight


BMW TODAY – Episode 14: All About Donuts

Bugatti Chiron - Inside the Factory | Full Documentary

How I Designed...The BMW X5!