Steve Mattin, a senior design manager at DaimlerChrysler AG, will take over as vice president and design director of Volvo Car Corp. May 1. He will report to VCC President Hans-Olov Olsson and J Mays, group vice president-design and chief creative officer of Ford Motor Co. Mattin, who spent 17 years at DaimlerChrysler, was born in England and studied transport design at Coventry University. He was the exterior designer of the Mercedes S-Class and A-Class models. In 1997, Autocar ...

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