Chris Bangle:

«There seems to be a need to open our minds a bit as to what a car can look like. Check out the advantages golf-ball dimpling can have. At the Politecnico di Design of Milano I was able to teach a workshop: An Endeavor in Discontinuity: Exterior Car Design of the Future. Here is an excerpt from the brief for the students and a view of some of their work:
 One no-no that chains us to the past is a challenge to the idea that Perfect Surfaces can be the only correct forms for cars.
 But will it always be so? The three great ages of Car Design’s Morphological Paradigms have always been thought inescapable until a new manufacturing technology coupled with a dramatic shift in consumer interpretation of the meaning of the automobile come along – then the change can be bewilderingly rapid.