DETROIT: Geely's Horbury seeks a Chinese design
By headlineauto | 15 January 2013
Styling a car that looks Chinese is the challenge facing British designer Peter Horbury. He was head of design at Volvo when the company was taken over by Geely and now divides his time between Sweden and China.
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