IRVINE, CA – The academic institution that brought the auto industry the likes of vehicle designers such as Ford Motor Co.’s J Mays and BMW AG’s Chris Bangle now wants to offer a graduate-degree program. The Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, a world-renown factory when it comes to turning out top-notch car designers with bachelor of science degrees, is in the process of developing a program that should drive car-design studies to the next level, Geoff Wardle, acting ...

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