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CAR DESIGN YEARBOOK 5

Hardcover by Stephen Newbury.

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The Definitive Annual Guide to All New Concept And Production Cars Worldwide (Car Design Yearbook).

320 pages.

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car design yearbook 5

Book Description.
This brand new title in the definitive Car Design Yearbook series features all the new cars launched worldwide from April 2005 to March 2006. Also included are special features on Italian car design and the latest in dashboard design, profiles of the industry''s leading designers, a full technical glossary and a list of all the motor shows in the year ahead. For the fifth yearbook, Stephen Newbury also assesses the recent evolution of design styles, from retro to "soft"; of concept types, from SUVs to sports cars; and of new interior materials and exterior colors.

About the Author.
Stephen Newbury has played a leading role in the creation of an exciting range of road vehicles, from concepts such as the 3PV to contemporary production cars such as the Volvo C70 and the Renault Clio Sport V6. He now works as a freelance writer and design consultant.

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