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What Will Cars Look Like in the Future? Design Trends Explored



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When it comes to automotive styling numerous design trends are popular today, but future vehicles are guaranteed to look very different. Functional styling elements will likely play a bigger role in exterior design, things like integrated air vents and spoilers. Naturally vehicle interiors will receive major updates as well, but arguably government regulations are the most important things driving change. Ever-increasing safety and fuel-economy standards are impacting automotive design in major ways.
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it's always interesting to think about the future of the automotive industry. I'm especially excited to see what's in store for the mustang!

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That was a good article. I thought we would have flying cars by now.... Back to the future 2015, boy was the Doc wrong.

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The Doc was right,just silenced by the oil companies and government-looking forward to a George Jetson coupe,lol!!


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In my School class in around 1962 i remember my Teacher asking us, "what will cars look like in the year 2000". I think we all said cars would be flying and look like small airplanes

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