10/3/2006

Talking to Designers: Dodge Rampage

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“My favorite aspect is the functionality of the vehicle.

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“My favorite aspect is the functionality of the vehicle. Aesthetically, it’s the cleanliness of the body side. I like the way it came out. Very sculptural. Very simplistic. Strong. Not an overemphasized statement. It’s ‘Let it be clean. Let the surfaces light the way they want to light, and keep the sculpture in it.’”—Scott Kruger, principal exterior designer, 2006 Dodge Rampage Concept Vehicle, on his favorite aspects of the vehicle—GSV
 

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