Surface Separation and Other Design Trends from the New York Auto Show

Surface Separation and Other Design Trends from the New York Auto Show

Distorted trapezoids, sculpted faces, and white everywhere are themes car designers hope will spark interest with customers

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 10 april 2015

Appealing to customers with distinctive design is what every automaker, in varying degrees, wants to do. Inevitably, though, style trends happen across the industry. After taking in all the debuts at the 2015 New York International Auto Show, we found a few that overlap manufacturers, vehicle types and price categories.

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