Frank Stephenson is new head of Alfa Romeo Style

Automotive Design 14 Jun 2007
Frank Stephenson is new head of Alfa Romeo Style

Fiat Group has annunced that Frank Stephenson has been appointed new Head of Alfa Romeo Style. He replaces Wolfgang Egger, who has recently moved to Audi Group.


Frank Stephenson is the new Alfa Romeo Style chief and will report directly to Lorenzo Ramaciotti, head of Style for all Fiat Group Automobiles and Maserati brands.

He replaces Wolfgang Egger, who was appointed Head of Design for Audi Group on 1 May 2007.

About Frank Stephenson

Frank StephensonFrank Stephenson was born on 3 October 1959 in Morocco but has a U.S. passport

He has lived in Spain and graduated from the Art Center College of Design at Pasadena, California. He speaks Spanish, English, German and Italian, loves travelling and has a passion for engines.

He has worked 5 years for Ford Europe and 10 years for BMW, where he was involved in the development of the X5 and Mini models.

In July 2002 he joined Ferrari where he contributed to the creation of some of the Prancing Horse’s most recent road models.

In April 2005 he was appointed head of the Fiat, Lancia and Light Commercial Vehicles Style Centre, a position that he has held until today.

Some video interviews with Frank Stephenson are available in the design section of “Quelli che Bravo”, the new Fiat Bravo’s official weblog.

(Source: Alfa Romeo)

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