Don Grzebienik, clay sculpter for General Motors, works with Kadi Richardson from Cedarville University's Innovative and Industrial Design program.
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Kelly Miller from Cedarville University's Industrial and Innovative Design program uses clay to design a prototype of a Chevrolet 2+2 battery electric car.
The automobile of the future could be shaped, in part, by Cedarville University industrial and innovative design (IID) students. This fall, senior design students completed an extensive academic design of a Chevrolet-branded, 2+2 battery electric concept car under the supervision of an instructional design team from General Motors Design Center in Detroit.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Cedarville Industrial Design Students Helping GM Power 2+2 Cars" (2017). News Releases. 579.