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DESIGN SYMPOSIUM: DRIVING INTO THE NEXT CENTURY AT THE 1992 NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW

 DESIGN SYMPOSIUM: DRIVING INTO THE NEXT CENTURY
 AT THE 1992 NEW YORK INTERNATIONAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW
 NEW YORK, April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Five of the automotive industry's foremost designers will gather during the media preview of the 1992 New York International Automobile Show for the first Automotive Design Symposium: Driving Into the Next Century.
 Among the best from the international scene will be on hand at 4:00 p.m., Thursday, April 16 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, to discuss the automotive designs of today and the 21st Century and the importance of overall vehicular design in meeting "Responsible Motoring" goals.
 Chuck Jordan, General Motors' vice president, design staff; Tom Gale, vice president product design, Chrysler Corporation; Gerald P. Hirschberg, vice president, Nissan Design International; Piero Rivolta, president, IsoRivolta and Rivolta Design; and Roy Axe, managing director, Design Research Associates, Ltd., will provide their insights on how design will shape the cars, trucks and specialty vehicles which will be sold in the next 10 years: vehicles that will establish new standards in safety and efficiency.
 "All of the elements needed to meet safety, efficiency and environmental standards in a desirable form come together under the responsibility of the automotive designer," explained Michael Lazarus, show committee chairman for the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, sponsors of the show. "So, we think they are the right people to explain how Responsible Motoring will be packaged.
 "And these gentlemen will make it clear that meeting the requirements of our changing world does not mean antiseptic, look-alike cars," he added. "This group's designs include such varying products as the new Cadillac Seville, Chrysler LH sedans, Infinite J30, IsoRivolta Grifo Grand Touring Coupe and the Rover 200, all of which meet today's strict standards while exhibiting individual and unique styles and personalities."
 Bob Sinclair, retired president of Saab-Scania of America, will moderate the program, which will include presentations of up to 10 minutes from each participant followed by a question and answer session.
 Examples of unique automotive designs will also be displayed in a special level-one exhibit.
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