MG appoints Veyron-designer Jozef Kaban to lead global product design

MG celebrates its 100th anniversary this year and with it announces the arrival of acclaimed designer Jozef Kaban. Kaban joins the British-origin brand as the new Vice President at the company’s Global Design Centre, tasked to develop and advance the brand’s global design language. For the unaware, Kaban had solidified his reputation at just 25 years of age when he crafted the iconic Bugatti Veyron. Considered a design prodigy of the early 21st century, the designer went on to head design departments at the most reputed automakers such as Skoda, BMW, Rolls Royce, and Volkswagen whilst even holding the position of Exterior Chief Designer at Audi. Tom Lee, Managing Director of MG Motor Middle East, commented: “Design is very important in customer purchase decisions. We are proud of MG’s design legacy. Our region has positively accepted MG’s new design philosophy, and we will keep on introducing more futuristic designs and technology in MG cars. The regional HQ team is working hard to share the Middle East customers’ demands and market trends with the HQ team. Our aim is to be a brand that provides good-looking, reliable, and high quality products.”

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