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Automotive design engineers create or improve motor vehicle bodies, parts and accessories. Designers are expected to complete a bachelor's degree program in industrial design or a related field, such as mechanical engineering.

Earn a Bachelor's Degree. A few schools offer 4-year bachelor's degree programs in transportation design, and some have programs in industrial design with a transportation design concentration. ...

Automotive designers and drafters create designs and plans for automobile parts. Designers draw plans for vehicle pieces and drafters take those plans to make drawings that are able to be manufactured. Automotive designers and drafters prepare drawings and models and use computer design programs to finalize their prototypes

Automotive designers - sometimes referred to as industrial designers - develop different elements of cars, trucks, motorcycles, buses and other vehicles. Design elements can include exterior and interior style, color, trim and graphics. Many automotive designers hold at least a bachelor's degree in industrial or automotive design. Students who earn an associate's degree in a relevant field can find work as automotive or mechanical drafters.

An Automotive Designer earns an average salary of $73,130 per year.


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