No blueprint for designing passion into vehicle, GM designer Thomas Peters says.
DETROIT – Prominent automotive designers say instilling passion in design is the key to creating successful vehicles, but doing so requires overcoming obstacles and working hand-in-hand with engineers and other product-development personnel. “We want people to have an emotive feeling when they see the car, and depending on where we are when we design it, and what kind of feeling we have, that gets transmitted into the car and the best cars arrive with that character,” Jason ...
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