ROCHESTER, MI – Ford’s Evos concept car, set to debut at next month’s Frankfurt auto show, is meant to seduce people, says the auto maker’s design chief. J Mays, vice president-global design and chief creative officer, also says the Evos is no run-of-the-mill concept, but rather a glimpse at the future of Ford vehicles “What you see is eight design studios with 1,100 design staff, three executive design directors and the group vice president of design all working very hard on a singular ...
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