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2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio: First Drive

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2018 Audi RS5 Coupe First Drive: Fast On Every Road

– Toulouse, France The climb from Toulouse, France to the charming European micro-nation of Andorra is more than 6,000 feet. Smooth autoroutes change to neck-snapping mountain switchbacks along the way, but I quickly notice a constant: The 2018 Audi RS5 Coupe I’m piloting is the fastest thing on every road. Even the laziest flex from my right foot sets this ...

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Brilliant Ideas Episode #46: Sun Xun

There are things that surely exist though they cannot be seen through our eyes: we cannot see air, yet we believe air exists. There is not a clear narrative in young Chinese artist Sun Xun’s animated works, unlike other animated films. Viewers, however, can feel the existence of “something” he is trying to deliver through his works, though it cannot ...

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Pompous Albert Is Honda’s New Service Cat With An Attitude

In the tangled web of the internet, cats are as good as gold. Don’t believe us? We have two words for you: Grumpy Cat. Actually, let us give you two more words: Pompous Albert. That’s the name of the cat now being featured in a television commercial promoting Honda service, and as his annoyed expression might suggest, he’s not happy ...

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Art & Technology #29: Bill FitzGibbons

Jane Preston from the Boston-based art institution, New England Foundation of the Arts said that light is increasingly becoming important in public art. Maybe it is because light adds diverse and glamorous vitality to public spaces. The representative cases where light is used in public art include the works of the American artist Bill FitzGibbons. He became immensely popular by ...

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Brilliant Ideas Episode #45: Kimsooja

‘Bottari’ refers to a package wrapped in ‘bojagi’, or a patchwork cloth combined from small pieces of leftover cloth. One leftover cloth hardly serves many purposes; reproduced by a needle and thread, ‘bojagi’ is given a new life as an object that can embrace anything in the world. With her keen interest in people, Kimsooja is inspired by ‘bottari’ and ...

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2018 Hyundai Kona First Drive: A Solid First Impression

– Namyang, South Korea Solid. That’s the first word that comes to mind following a short drive in Hyundai’s recently revealed 2018 Kona. And I do mean short – onsite at Hyundai’s research and development center in Namyang, South Korea, I’m only allowed about 10 minutes behind the wheel of the new subcompact crossover. But while my impressions of the ...

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24 Hours of Nürburgring 2016

Hyundai Motor did not perish in the “Green Hell”: Hyundai Motor Deutschland participated in the 2016 Nürburgring 24-hour Endurance Race (officially known as the 44th ADAC Zurich 24-Hour Race) held in Germany from May 26 to 29, and saw all of its competing cars successfully reach the finish line. This is even more significant as the 2.0-liter turbo engine – ...

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