LONDON – There’s been a raft of changes within Ford’s design organization since the start of the new year. The avalanche of activity was triggered following the departure of J Mays, Ford’s longstanding vice president-design and chief creative officer, who was succeeded by Ford veteran Moray Callum Jan. 1. With Callum now sitting in the head chair, there have been a number of trickle-down moves within the design group, chief of which is the appointment of Christopher ...

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