Last week in Detroit, MI, high school senior Alex Fischer was selected as the first-place winner of Chrysler’s 2014 “Autorama High School Design Competition.” The design competition has been revived in recent years and gives high school students in Michigan the opportunity to submit their automotive designs and win prizes.
This year, the first-place senior class winner received an iPad, a three-week summer automotive design course at Detroit’s College for Creative Studies with housing and meals covered, and a $2,500 scholarship to the College for Creative Studies. Other prizes included passes to the Detroit Autorama and iPad Minis.
According to MLive, Alex Fischer has been sketching vehicles since last summer when he took a class through the College for Creative Studies, and he based his design on some of Chrysler’s current models such as the 2014 Jeep Cherokee. His sketch was on display along with the seven other winners at the 2014 Detroit Autorama.
To see all the winning designs, check out the video below:
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