GAC Entranze - designed to share experiences

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Chinese automotive company GAC used virtual reality technology to connect the China and LA studios’ together to design this striking crossover-MPV for the Detroit auto show in 2019. Look inside and the fresh approach to the MPV typology becomes even more apparent - led by Pontus Fontaeus, its interior materials, ...

GAC Motor set up its advanced design centre in Los Angeles in 2017 – its first satellite studio outside China. The LA team is led by executive design director Pontus Fontaeus, who was hired in October 2017 from a faltering Faraday Future, where he had overseen interiors, branding and user experience. Not much more than a year later, GAC’s LA studio wheeled out its first concept car, a seven-seat electric MPV called Entranze, revealed at the 2019 Detroit auto show.  

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