LA Auto Show Design Challenge 2012 - General Motors Advanced Design Concept
General Motors Advanced Design 2012 entry for the LA Auto Design Challenge.
This year's Design Challenge theme, Highway Patrol Vehicle 2025, called
upon premier automotive design studios to create the ultimate 2025 law
enforcement patrol vehicle that supports the needs of dynamic urban
environments. Six automotive design studios from BMW, General Motors,
Honda, Mercedes-Benz and Subaru showcased entries featuring cutting-edge
vehicle designs with drone technology, land and air capabilities, electric
vehicle systems and renewable resource-fueled vehicles equipped with
"All judges were impressed with the high level of innovation and technology
from the finalists this year," said Chuck Pelly from Design LA.
As the first major North American auto show of the season, the 2012 LA Auto
Show will host some of the industry's most important new vehicle debuts and
set the tone for the rest of the year. Following Press Days, the show
becomes one of the best attended public auto shows in the world. To receive
the latest show news and information, follow the LA Auto Show on Twitter at
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General Motors' EN-V concept - we ride shotgun
TheChargingPoint.com recently got a ride in GM's incredible EN-V concept,
designed to combat the problems of overcrowding, parking availability and
air quality within the city of tomorrow.
Read our report at
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Some of the latest concept cars of the future.
The Slide Show Consisted of Pictures From the Internet (Google, Discovery
Channel, Daily Planet) were some of My Main Resources. I Do Not Claim or
Own These Pictures, They are only For ENTERTAINMENT Purposes Only
Kevin Morgan Goes To Year One Experience & The Bandit Run
Graphic Designer Kevin Morgan from Canton, PA recently went to Atlanta
Georgia to The Year One Experience & The Bandit Run. He got to meet Chip
Foose, Year One, & Chris from Hot Rod Magazine. He also got interviewed by
Year One on the DIY Network. The purpose of the trip was to promote his
Concept Trans Am Drawing & meet people on The Bandit Run.