WINNERS OF NATIONWIDE HIGH SCHOOL AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN COMPETITION ANNOUNCED in OutlooK-12 Magazine

by Ricardo Castillo in


AUBURN HILLS, Mich.- Leaders of the FCA US LLC Design team have awarded four talented young artists at the “Meguiar’s 63rd Detroit Autorama” for their winning vehicle sketches in this year’s “Detroit Autorama High School Design Competition.” The FCA US Design team joined forces with the College for Creative Studies (CCS) and challenged U.S. public high school students to design a next generation Dodge vehicle for the year 2025. Students were asked to submit hand-drawn sketches of their vision, along with a 500- word essay explaining what the Dodge brand means to them. All four winners were awarded with prizes, including a threeweek summer automotive design course at CCS (includes housing, meals and field trips), a MacBook or iPad, and passes to Detroit Autorama. The first place winner also received a $60,000 scholarship to CCS. The four student winners recognized for their futuristic designs include: First place - Joshua Blundo, Moultonborough Academy (Moultonborough, New Hampshire) Second place - Conner Stormer, Stoney Creek High School (Rochester Hills, Michigan) Third place - Hwanseong Jang, Bloomfield Hills High School (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan) Fourth place - Dongwon Kim, Homestead High School (Sunnydale, California) 

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