Wednesday, 27 January 2021 20:17

Ford Global Design Head to Retire


...2006 as executive director of design for the Americas, and was promoted to his current role in 2014.


Lo will join Ford in the midst of an ambitious plan to turn around and grow its automotive business, with continued design of must-have vehicles.


Born in Hong Kong, Lo got his initial break in the auto industry in 1987, when a professor at the Royal College of Art in London where he studied offered him a position at Lotus Cars in England. There, Lo designed the distinctive Lotus Carlton, the world’s fastest car of its type at the time.


At Renault in Paris for the past 10 years, Lo was instrumental in development of the company’s “Cycle of Life” design strategy. That approach was the basis for a series of award-winning concept cars, such as the Dezir, Captur, R-Space, Frendzy, Twin’Z, Twin’Run and Trezor.


Lo and his team implemented the strategy in Renault’s all-new global lineup of cars and SUVs.


Source: Ford


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