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Issue Eleven
Table of Contents

Past Issues Index
Roadfly Magazine
Aston Martin at Detroit Auto Show
Issue Eleven
March 30, 2004
Live, From Detroit, It's the 2004 NAIAS!
Detroit Auto Show Awards
Keeping things in Balance
60 Seconds with Henrik Fisker
Windshield Dyno: The Beltronics GX2
Nissan Altima Facelift
WORK Wheels Introduction
Cadillac Merchandise
Not The Record To Be Proud Of
Open Wheel Racing in the USA: Big Changes
Bear Market in the Auto Business?
Coming Next Issue
NYC Auto Show

60 Seconds with Henrik Fisker, continued.
R: We'll wrap this up with a last question. From where do you draw inspiration for a design? Is it possible to just sit down with a blank piece of paper and sketch out a car?

HF: Candidly, my ideas just come from my head. I sit down and start to sketch, and that's where I get them from. I might not sketch the entire car, but maybe a portion and from there I expand it. Lately I've gotten a lot of inspiration by looking back at what made the human fall in love with cars. Buying a car is such an irrational and emotional behavior, that I have to figure out what it is that they love. Really, who needs a car that costs more than say $15,000? I'm trying to capture the sense of the emotion and love affair that people have with cars.

Henrik has certainly managed to capture our hearts with his brilliantly stunning designs, and we can hardly wait to see his next creations. Many thanks to Henrik Fisker and his staff for taking the time to sit down and talk with us about his exciting works.
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