Chrysler is supporting budding auto designers in Detroit with the 2013 Autorama High School Design Competition and supporting the United Way for Southeastern Michigan at the same time.
The competition gives all high school students attending a Detroit public school the opportunity to explore their creative side and design a future luxury Chrysler brand vehicle they envision for 2030. The winners will be announced as part of the kickoff for the 61st annual Autorama custom car show at Cobo Center in Detroit in March.
Managed by the Chrysler Group Product Design Office in Auburn Hills, Mich., student entrants are encouraged to draw inspiration from Detroit’s history and passion for the automobile, while reflecting the Chrysler Group’s popular “Imported from Detroit” marketing campaign.
Could Chrysler find a future automotive design star? Possibly.