Not all that long ago I had the chance to personally meet Giorgietto Giugiaro, the ultra-famous Italian car designer. "Gosh," I gushed, "you certainly had a vision of where body styles would be headed in the future. Twenty years ago you said that the one-box design would become the dominant body style in the future." "No," he said matter of factly, "you’re wrong. I said that 30 years ago." Giugiaro knew that space efficiency and packaging are some of the greatest challenges a designer ...
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