Dinamica® has sustained the second edition of the GM-CDN (CarDesignNews by General Motors) interactive competition 2018. Open to all US High School students, the contest is a special way to support design students in the elaboration of innovative concept cars. This year the brief was the creation of the 2030 CADILLAC VEHICLE CONCEPT.
The finalists were mentored during the contest by General Motors designers, who guided their work and helped them polish their designs. The high-level Jury (composed of the GM Mentors and the Car Design News editorial team) carefully selected the three winners of the second edition.
They are: Benjamin Woodman from California, with his 2030 Cadillac Elevate, an autonomous and electric SUV that seats and sleeps four passengers; Mason Ross from Washington convinced the Jurors thanks to his 2030 Cadillac CT6 built for long journeys, able to provide an experience unlike any other luxury car; and Tracey Owens from Georgia, chosen for her proposal of a Cadillac Empezar, that represents the new beginning of Cadillac high performance and fuel efficiency (a new beginning for Cadillac super cars!).
The three winners have been awarded a place in the highly prestigious CCS Summer Camp Experience, a new, top-spec iPad Pro (courtesy of Dinamica®, the contest's official Supporting Partner) and a year’s full subscription to Car Design News.