Late last year Fiat Chrysler put out a call for high school students in grades 10-12 to enter its Drive for Design contest by drawing what they think a a Dodge SRT Hellcat for the year 2025 might look like. The automaker has now picked a winner and three runner-ups, all of which will receive a three-week summer course at the College for Creative Studies, among other prizes.
The winner of Drive for Design was Ben Treinen of Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, whose design is pictured above. The runner up was Harrison Kunselman of Mount de Sales Academy in Macon, Georgia, followed by Hwanseong Jang of Bloomfield Hills High School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in third and Andrew Gombac of Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Illinois in fourth.
“The Drive for Design contest continues to be a great way for the FCA US Design team to connect with students that show an interest in art and design,” said Mark Trostle – Head of Dodge and SRT Design, FCA US LLC. “We always look forward to seeing each student’s creative perspective and hope to inspire them to explore automotive design as a potential career.”
All of the winners will receive a free three-week automotive design course at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, three passes to the Detroit Autorama, a three-day/two-night stay in Auburn Hills, Michigan and dinner with members of the FCA US Design team. Additionally, all four winners will be recognized and awarded at Autorama – set to kick off February 26th.