Moray Callum has an illustrious car design history. Fifteen years ago, he was working at Ghia, developing the Vignale concept, as a future vision of how an Aston Martin Lagonda could look. His time at Mazda in recent years 'coincided' with the company producing some of the most exciting, thought provoking concept cars of recent times, and a series of production models successful accross the world. Now back with Ford, he recently became Executive director of Ford Design Americas. So in Dearborn, recently, we chatted with him at a picnic table outside the product development centre. Watch the video to find out what the man charged with making future Fords look good, thinks about his job today, and the future of car design.License: all our video are Creative Commons 3.0 licensed, which means you can reuse, republish and mash them up for your own site.
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