EyesOn Design weekend celebrates revolutionary designs, honours Ralph Gilles

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The annual charity concours, held every year outside Detroit on Father’s Day, is a star-studded affair where automotive artistry meets philanthropy. CDN’s Laura Burstein served as a judge for this year’s event and got the inside scoop

For more than three decades, the EyesOn Design car show has left an indelible mark on the automotive landscape, drawing enthusiasts and industry insiders alike. What began as a modest gathering has blossomed into an internationally recognised exhibition that captures the essence of automotive design. Its enduring legacy is a testament to the passion and dedication of its organisers, who continue to raise the bar year after year.

Founded in 1988 by the design heads of Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, the Father’s Day concours is held on the shores of Lake St. Clair at Ford House, the former estate of Henry Ford’s son, Edsel. The event serves as…

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