Bryan Nesbitt made his name as the stylist of a tall, retro-looking, compact cross/utility vehicle. As a 27-year old graduate from the Pasadena, CA, illustrious Art Center College of Design, Nesbitt styled the PT Cruiser during his 7-year stint at Chrysler Corp. Bryan Nesbitt, head of design for GM in Europe. In his words, the PT was, “a celebration of lots of cars from the late ’30s and early ’40s. It used creative aesthetics to give a high emotional appeal that went beyond ...
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