AAH #44 – See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me

February 26th, 2010 at 1:37pm

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This week we talk the future of car design with Bob Boniface, Director of Crossover Exterior Design and Global Electric Vehicle Design. Bob was the design director on the Chevy Camaro concept, but most recently his work can be found on the forthcoming Volt. We’ll be getting into a discussion about how and why design decisions are made, plus a discussion of this week’s news including the Toyota hearings and Fritz Henderson’s reappointment at GM. John McElroy’s in studio as usual as well as David Welch of BusinessWeek and Bloomberg and Peter De Lorenzo, the Autoextremist.

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One Comment to “AAH #44 – See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me”

  1. motorman Says:

    The next time you have someone from GM design ask them why all GM production cars look like 4 wheel drive trucks with all that distance between the fender well opening and the top of the tires. No one uses tire chains in this country anymore. Look how the body drops down over the top tires on BMWs for that lower stance look. Thanks