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The BMW i3’s Designer Gets Philosophical About Its Interior  Feb 27th, 2015 
From the March 2015 issue of Car and Driver Designed from the inside out, BMW’s i3 is all sustainable natural fibers, hand-rubbed eucalyptus wood, and avant-garde design. The electric hatch bears ­little resemblance to any other BMW—or any other car, for that matter. Benoit Jacob, head of design for BMW i products, breaks it down […] 
 
 
This Clay Model Previews One of Two New Models Slated To Relaunch Jensen, the British Boutique Brand  Feb 26th, 2015 
From 1967 until 1976, if you were too quirky to buy a BMW 3.0CS and too tweedy for a Chevy Camaro, you might have purchased a new Jensen Interceptor. Powered by an American big-block V-8 and built in England, the suavely handsome Interceptor (pictured at the bottom of this post) cost a lot more than […] 
 
 
The Opel Corsa OPC Is GM’s Fiesta ST  Feb 26th, 2015 
The concept of the hot hatch has rarely caught on in the U.S., where small cars are usually saddled with wimpy engines. There are a few exceptions to that rule, of course, such as the Ford Fiesta ST and the Volkswagen GTI. In Europe it’s a different story, of couse, and that’s where GM just […] 
 
 
The Opel Corsa OPC Is GM’s Fiesta ST  Feb 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
Magna Steyr’s MILA Plus Sports Car Concept Is a Hybridized Showcase  Feb 26th, 2015 
Magna Steyr has screwed together some of our favorite vehicles—shout out to the Mercedes G-wagen—and in the leadup to the Geneva Motor Show, the contract manufacturer has unveiled its latest concept car intended to highlight its services. The yellow Lotus Evora–ish two-door you see here is the MILA Plus, the eighth such example of the Magna Innovative Lightweight […] 
 
 
All-New Volkswagen Touran: Just Right for Europe, Too Sensible for America  Feb 26th, 2015 
In America, we like our people-movers in the shape of SUVs, because of all the off-roading we never do. In Europe, where heinously expensive gasoline precludes such silliness, family vehicles are chosen based on more practical considerations. Thus, VW’s Touran, a small, minivan-ish, tall-wagon thing is a pretty big deal over there, and newly redesigned […] 
 
 
All-New Volkswagen Touran: Just Right for Europe, Too Sensible for America  Feb 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
Five for Five: Five GM Designers Weigh In on Five Generations of Camaro Design  Feb 26th, 2015 
Through five generations, each Chevrolet Camaro design has tended to reflect the cultural climate in which it was created. Here, five of GM's top designers hit the generational highlights, and we dig through our archives to bring you some of the tastiest Camaro photos ever to grace the physical and digital pages of Car and Driver.  
 
 
How We’d Spec It: The Most ’Murican Sub-$50K Chevrolet Silverado 1500  Feb 26th, 2015 
We’re all about fairness here at Car and Driver, which is why we started to feel bad that Chevy fans had to sit idly by while we applied our fantasy online-car-configurating How We’d Spec It process to not one but two different 2015 Ford F-150s. So here we are, folks, kickin’ it fair and balanced […] 
 
 
How We’d Spec It: The Most ‘Murican Sub-$50K Chevrolet Silverado 1500  Feb 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
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