AAH #450 – Ed Welburn Talks Car Design

February 1st, 2019 at 9:37am

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SPECIAL GUEST: Ed Welburn, Former VP of GM Design

06:34 – Ed Welburn: Car Designer, Movie Producer, Book Writer
10:16 – Ed’s Thoughts on GM Design today
22:08 – Should Camaro abandon the 1969 influence?
23:57 – What Cars Does Ed Want Back?
37:15 – New Technology for Design
46:00 – PHONE CALL:
Is it harder to design a car without a grille or with a grille?
53:00 – Are we in a Golden Age of Automotive Design?
58:30 – PHONE CALL: Cadillac Ciel Concept
1:02:40 – The Future of Auto Shows
1:11:47 – POST-SHOW: Pontiac Aztec, Rivian, Fiero, Hummer HX

- Peter DeLorenzo,
- Gary Vasilash, Automotive Design & Production
- John McElroy, Autoline.tv

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4 Comments to “AAH #450 – Ed Welburn Talks Car Design”

  1. rich simonetti Says:

    ATW #2303 – ZF’s Evolution from Components to Software

    Thanks for a fascinating, interesting and provocative program.

    Rich Simonetti
    Investor’s Dilemma Newsletter

  2. Reno Says:

    Still a fan, thanks for you enthusiasm. Maybe I missed it but has AL ever recommend any books on Detroit auto design and history of the US auto industry. I’m always intrigued by the the influences of change, cause and effect.
    Secondly after watching Ed’s most recent visit, I was surprised no one especially Ed, not mention some of his favorite grilless designs; Olds Alero, Aurora, and Intrigue. Thanks

  3. Reno A Says:

    Thanks John for sharing your enthusiasm for the auto industry and having Ed back.
    Any books that you would recommend on Detroit auto design and history?
    I noticed some of Eds favorite creation we’re missed from the conversation on grileless design; Olds Aurora, Alero, and Intrigue.
    Thanks again.

  4. Ago Longo Says:

    Nice to see Peter, come back more often!