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January 30, 2014

RCA and Alcraft Motor Company announces design competition winners

Bespoke restyling and engineering business Alcraft Motor Company has announced the winners of a design competition featuring students from the world-renowned Royal College of Art (RCA) Vehicle Design programme. The competition marked the culmination of a joint

August 15, 2013

Infiniti appoints Simon Cox as Design Director, Infiniti Design London

Infiniti has appointed Simon Cox (53) Design Director, Infiniti Design London studio. In this role, Cox will be based in the new bespoke Infiniti design studio in London, which is planned to open in October.

"This is a key appointment for Infiniti as we continue to define

August 14, 2013

Exa, Tata Motors and the Royal College of Art collaborate to teach automotive design

Exa Corporation recently joined forces with the Tata Motors European Technical Center Plc (TMETC) and the Royal College of Art (RCA) to offer an innovative project to educate post-graduate automotive design students on the importance of simulation-driven

December 28, 2012

Peter Schreyer appointed first non-Korean President at Kia

Peter Schreyer, Chief Design Officer at Kia Motors and the man who has led the company's design transformation has been appointed President - the first non-Korean to hold that title in the company's history.

Schreyer, 59, joined Kia in 2006 from the Volkswagen Group

May 12, 2012

Motorexpo explores future of motoring with Royal College of Arts

The UK’s largest motoring event, Motorexpo, based at Canary Wharf, has enlisted the help of automotive design students from London’s Royal College of Arts (RCA) to help create a vision of motoring in 2032.

In a competition conceived to showcase the talents

April 03, 2012

Volvo Car Corporation appoints Thomas Ingenlath as new Head of Design

Thomas Ingenlath, 48, has been appointed Vice-President Design at Volvo Car Corporation, arriving from a position as head of the Volkswagen Design Centre in Potsdam, Germany.

Thomas Ingenlath will assume the position as Vice-President Design, Volvo Car

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