Fiat Chrysler opens 'Drive for Design' contest to U.S. high schoolers

Prizes include a two-week automotive design course at Lawrence Technological University.
Prizes include a two-week automotive design course at Lawrence Technological University. | File photo

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) of North America is holding its fifth annual "Drive for Design" competition for 10th- to 12th-graders, encouraging them to design an original Jeep Wrangler for 2030. 

Both interior and exterior designs will be accepted.

Previous winners have had the opportunity to either intern or work with FCA. Prizes include a two-week automotive design course at Lawrence Technological University. Winners also will spend a day at the FCA Product Design Office, and be feted at a black-tie event in Michigan.

For design inspiration, visit this page. For news about the competition, search for #DriveForDesign on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Entrants are limited to one design submission, which can be no larger than 11 by 17 inches. Designs need to be submitted in a .pdf or .jpg format through the FCA link on or before April 27.

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