DETROIT â€“ An up-and-coming generation of car designers shows off its futuristic concepts at the 15th annual College for Creative Studies/American Iron and Steel Institute 2003 student design summer internship program. The annual program has provided 44 transportation interns from CCS the opportunity to create concept cars that combine the latest in steel technologies with a particular design theme. Past program participants have gone on to work for the U.S. Big Three, such as AISI ...
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