Earlier today we told you about Ferrari’s [NYSE:RACE] design challenge among the world’s premier design colleges. Now we have news of a second design contest, though this one is aimed at much younger—though perhaps just as talented—students.

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We’re talking about the annual Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU] Drive for Design Contest, which this year is inviting from across the country high school students in grades 10-12 to design a Dodge SRT Hellcat for the year 2025.

Four winners will be picked, and for their efforts they will receive a long list of prizes including Apple products, a three-week summer automotive design course at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, and an all-expenses-paid trip to the Detroit Autorama next February to meet some of FCA’s top-level designers.

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Those designers will be doing most of the judging. Names mentioned include FCA design boss Ralph Gilles as well as Ram and Mopar design boss Mark Trostle. Incidentally, Trostle won a similar design contest back in 1988.

You can view the previous year’s winning designs at this link.


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