This 3D Printed Concept Is The Future Of Automaking

EDAG is a German design and engineering firm that has been working with most car manufacturers for the past four decades and also built a Pontiac Solstice shooting brake because wagons rock. Their latest concept is a 3D-printed composite passenger cell that was inspired by turtles and goes beyond today's possibilities. » 3/05/14 3:20pm 3/05/14 3:20pm

EDAG Strikes Again: The LUV Land Yacht Concept

German engineering and design firm EDAG says it's come up with a modular approach to building niche vehicle derivatives. That means we may be seeing more coachbuilding products from the boys and girls of Fulda. To showcase what it can do, the company's worked up a show car it's calling LUV, a luxury-tweaked Honda… » 3/01/07 6:32am 3/01/07 6:32am

LUV That Pickup: Edag Prepares Truckish Concept for Geneva

We're plumb tuckered with Egad/Edag wordplay, so this one comes to you from our serious place. German design and engineering house Edag plans to show off a new concept truck at the Geneva show, dubbed LUV. But this concept is no Isuzu-built compact Chevrolet pickup from the 1970s; it's a maritime-themed hauler with a… » 1/24/07 12:05pm 1/24/07 12:05pm

EDAG to Show Pontiac Solstice "Wagon" Concept in Detroit

Egad! EDAG, an automotive engineering and design firm based in Fulda, Germany is making its World premiere at the Detroit Motor Show 2006 with an innovative Pontiac Solstice hardtop concept reminiscent of the yet-unproduced Chevrolet Nomad concept of 2004. The English would call such a wagon-like sports car a "… » 1/03/06 8:16am 1/03/06 8:16am