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ArtCenter Car Classic 2019 – the Field of Dreams

ArtCenter College of Design is a hub, focal point, gathering place, and launchpad for those in the creative fields. Arguably, the school is the global birthplace for the majority of car designers. Annually, the college pays homage to those with the ArtCenter Car Classic 2019.

EyesOn Design Lifetime Achievement Award – Ed Welburn

A group of top automotive designers has selected Ed Welburn as the recipient of the 2018 Lifetime Design Achievement Award for his outstanding career in vehicle design.

Red, White, Blue, and Lots of Green

ArtCenter is proud to once again host the annual Car Classic, celebrating the very best in transportation design, showcasing the College’s strong ties to industry, and honoring many of our noteworthy alumni.

Honda Wins At LAAS 2016 Design and Developer Challenge

Organizers of the Los Angeles Auto Show® and AutoMobility LA™revealed "Builders of Tomorrow," an autonomous vehicle concept by Honda, Lego and Trigger Global, as the Judge's Pick winner!

Tomorrowland at the Art Center Car Classic 2015

Whether it’s yesterday’s dream of the flying car, today’s shared driving experience or tomorrow’s autonomous vehicles, artists and designers have been depicting the future of transportation design—and bringing it to life. The annual Art Center Car Classic is the one place to see it all, and those that make the magic happen!

LA Auto Show Design Challenge 2014: How Cars Will Interact With Humans

The Los Angeles Auto Show (LA Auto Show®) has unveiled the 2014 Design Challenge entries submitted by world-renowned auto design studios for its 11th annual competition. This year's entries explore the future of automobile connectivity by responding to the prompt: "Sensing the Future: How Will Cars Interact With Us In 2029?"

Design Challenge 2012 Returns to the LA Auto Show

The pace of change in society accelerates every year, with breakthrough technologies and rapidly developing countries constantly rewriting the rules in a global economy. As part of the 9th annual LA Auto Show Design Challenge, the world's top auto designers have envisioned a future with even more crowded roads, electronically monitored and controlled traffic and significant changes in human behavior.