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Topic - Mays
Innovative design integrates capability and smart technologies will transform customer expectations of what Built Ford Tough will look like in the future.
As a minor league pitcher, Dennis Minogue hardly had Hall of Fame talent. Once he changed his tune _ and name _ and forever linked Willie, Mickey and the Duke, he earned his spot in Cooperstown.
Ford's continually evolving global kinetic design philosophy is well-suited to the next generation of compact sport utility vehicles as envisioned by the Ford Vertrek concept unveiled recently at the 2011 North American International Auto Show.
"We wanted the concept to reflect how Ford trucks help customers in both their worlds — professionally and personally," said J Mays, Ford group vice president and chief creative officer. "Every surface and feature in the vehicle has been crafted for purpose and capability while retaining an unmistakable Built Ford Tough look."
"We wanted the Ford Evos Concept to give a clear message about where Ford design is heading - shaping vehicles that are fun to drive, have a strong premium appeal, and above all, are stunningly beautiful," said J Mays, group vice president, Design and chief creative officer.