Car Design Competitions
Peugeot has announced the 4th edition of its Design Competition. The theme of the event is summarized by the words Pleasurable (to drive), Lively, Efficient, Accessible, Simple, Ecological (P.L.E.A.S.E.). Partecipants can submit their entries...
DesignerTechniques.com has announced the winners of its design competition started back in June. The 1st prize went to Rollo Dixon, graduated in Automotive Design at the Coventry University in 2005, who has presented an original 3-seater whose...
Atari has announced the winning designer of the "Do You Want to Be a Car Designer Contest?". David Sichtermann's concept will be featured in the next edition of "Test Drive Unlimited".
Virtual Car has published an extensive photographic report of the Master in Transportation Design final projects presentation, hosted by Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan, Italy, last 27th June.
As we previously announced, the new design website DesignerTechniques.com has started its first competition. The contest theme is defined by seven keywords, and designers can choose three of them. The deadline is Monday 31 July 2006.
Atari has announced a car design contest fot its "Test Drive Unlimited" videogame. Designer are invited to create a dream concept car: the winning project will receive a $2,500 award and will be included as a 3D model in the game.
The winners of the traditional classic cars competition, that for the fifth time featured a special design award for the best concept car, won by the 2005 Alfa Romeo 8C Spider.
Nissan Design Europe has announced the winners of a design challenge open to design students from Pforzheim University in Germany. The challenge was focused on the future image of Nissan brand and its position in the global market.
Michelin has published an extensive gallery of the projects displayed at the Michelin Challenge Design 2006 event during the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Interior Motives Magazine has announced the fourth edition of its Interior Motives Awards Design Competition. The theme of the competition is a vehicle for the year 2030.
The North American International Auto Show has selected the winners of its annual poster contest, open to Michigan Art Schools and Communities.
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