The winners of the 2016 FCA Drive for Design contest were announced in late January. This contest asks high schoolers in grades 10 to 12 to come up with a design for a Dodge SRT Hellcat…for the year 2025. It lets FCA "connect with students that show an interest in art and design" and gives them incentive and opportunities to continue in the design field.

The four winners of the Drive for Design contest are Ben Treinen from Cincinnati, Ohio; Harrison Kunselman from Macon, Georgia; Hwanseong Jang from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan; and Andrew Gombac from Wilmette, Illinois. The winners will be recognized at the Detroit Autorama show in late February, and their sketches will be displayed at the Mopar booth.

The students were awarded with Apple products as well as passes to the Autorama show, free travel and hotel stay for the convention, and a summer design course at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. During the convention, the winners will also have dinner with the FCA design team.

Hopefully these creative talents will eventually work with FCA to create great designs for a living!

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