Intersection, the bi-monthly car and style magazine from Dazed and
Confused Group, has been delayed again.
Originally due to launch on 21 June this year (PRWeek, 23 February), and
put back to September, the title will not appear until spring 2002.
The company said: 'The magazine has been increased in scale, scope and
range.' It had previously been tentatively named reFuel.
Editor Dan Ross said the project has developed and will include
automotive design, technology and trends.
Aimed at 17 to 45-year-olds of both sexes, Intersection will have a
print run of 75,000 and a cover price of £3.50.
The group is issuing a special edition book, which Ross likened to a
pilot programme for a TV series.
It will act as a preview for next year's launch, and goes on sale on 15
Intersection will ask artists, designers, filmmakers and sportspeople
among others for their thoughts on cars.