FCA named the winners of the seventh competition for the best automotive designMay 13, 2019
The Italian-American concern Fiat-Chrysler Automotive announced the winners of the seventh “Design for Automobile” competition, in which it was necessary to draw the flagship car of any of the FCA brands. Students and even schoolchildren took part in this competition.
The first winner of this year was Maximilian Cooper – a high school student at the School of Design and Architecture from Florida (USA). He presented sketches of a car called “Serpente” – he presented Alfa Romeo hypercar.
Mason Ross takes the second place with his own version of the flagship supercar Alfa Romeo. He is from Kennedy Catholic High School in Washington State (USA). On the third place was the visualization under the name Maserati Pescecane, which presents a futuristic look at the Trident supercar.
I must say that young designers have worked well. All of them will receive a paid trip to Michigan to the FCA design studio, a college scholarship and many different nice bonuses. They will even be allowed to become members of the FCA design team.
The competition FCA Drive for Design has been held for seven years in a row. Created in 2013, this competition of young designers is aimed at training young artists, so that they then make a good career in the field of automotive design. Initially, it was a local competition in Detroit, but over the years it turned into a national event for all interested students who are fond of car design.
Not so long ago, we wrote that the Italian-American concern FCA wants to create a new medium-sized pickup.
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