Exciting Debuts From The 2018 New York Auto Show + Geneva Motor Show

Our highlights on design, sustainable materials, zero-emissions and more

Just weeks apart, the globally-focused Geneva Motor Show and USA-focused New York Auto Show deliver some of the most exciting news in the rapidly changing auto industry. From new ownership programs to developing technologies and, of course, new designs for cars you can buy and concepts you can dream about, the two shows were packed with announcements. Here are our favorites, and why you should …

Test Drive: 2019 Porsche Cayenne Turbo

Trekking across Crete in the luxury SUV's three forthcoming versions

by Jaclyn Trop The German language has a way of using one word where English needs five. “Stimmig,” Porsche’s director of exterior design and styling Peter Varga uses to describe the 2019 Porsche Cayenne. It invokes a snug fit of disparate elements—a sense of harmony or cohesion that runs from nose to rear. “For me, personally, it’s an iconic car,” Varga said through a German …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

From an iconic chair's common inclusion in porn, innovations taking on climate change, Porsche's one-millionth 911 and more this week

1. New York Design Week’s Exponential Growth Now stretching across almost the entire month of May, New York Design “Week” has positioned NYC in the global design circuit with force. As Artsy notes, “By the 24th of this month, more than 500 design-related events will take place across New York City—and that’s just the official NYCxDesign calendar.” Design Week has long been centered around the …

Porsche’s One-Millionth 911 is a Beauty

Iconic car-maker Porsche has just hit a significant milestone: the German brand has just rolled out its one-millionth 911 model. The very first 911 was manufactured over 50 years ago, and its design has managed to stand the test of time. An homage to the car’s early days, the one-millionth model is Irish Green and its interior is “wood, leather, and old-school black-and-white checkerboard inserts.” …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Square watermelons, an auction for change, drip-free wine bottles and more

1. IKEA’s Art Event 2017 Diverse, bold and colorful limited edition prints by 12 different artists will be available as part of IKEA’s Art Event 2017. The likes of Amandine Urruty, Jean Jullien, Yasuto Sasada, Steve Harrington and more have contributed artworks—making it an international project; from Japan to Sweden, the States, France and elsewhere. The furniture giant’s aim for Art Event is to make …