General Motors is no stranger to collaborating with young talent. Each year the company critiques and chooses winners for innovative designs as part of the CDN-GM Design Challenge hosted yearly during the 2015 North American International Auto Show.
Now, General Motors is inviting Clemson University show off their latest design and engineering project. General Motors will host the young talent responsible for what the school calls “Deep Orange 5” at the GM Renaissance Center on April 22nd, a deep honor for the school and its hard working students.
Deep Orange 5 is described as a “concept vehicle focused on personal urban mobility for mega cities in 2020 and targeted to generation Y and Z,” but besides that, the engineers are staying tight lipped about we can expect from their concept vehicle.
One Clemson student will also attend the event at the GM RenCen to take the role as social media engagement coordinator, while the other represent a collection of dedicated up-and-coming automotive engineers with a deep passion for design.
The event may be followed via live stream on the school’s ClemsonTV network.