Jeep is launching a contest for design students to imagine the electric future of the Stellantis group’s off-road brand. The project brief is defined by a series of questions: “What does the future hold for Jeep’s electrified vehicles? Will it travel by land, water or air? What will it look like? What kind of visual expression does it have? Is it a pickup truck or an SUV?”.
The initiative, called “Drive for Design” and conceived by Mark Trostle, head of design for Ram and Mopar, is supported by the Stellantis North America Product Design team and is aimed at young students between the ages of 15 and 18 who can submit their designs until May 14, 2021. After an initial selection process, entries will be judged by a panel of qualified judges from the Stellantis North America Product Design office. The first place winner will be awarded a Wacom MobileStudio Pro16 board, a product review meeting with Ralph Gilles and Mark Trostle, publication of the project on Stellantis Group social media and a scholarship at the “College for Creative Studies” in Detroit for a course from 12 July to 6 August. Click herefor further information.
By A&D|2021-03-11T11:19:36+01:0011 March 2021|NEWS|