Trevor Creed appointed Chrysler Senior Vice President - Design
"We are very pleased to tap Trevor Creed as Senior Vice President, Design," said Tom Gale, Executive Vice President - Chrysler Product Development, Design and General Manager Passenger
Car Operations. "Trevor's extensive international design experience in advanced design, exterior, interior and color & trim makes him the ideal candidate to take the baton from retiring John Herlitz andcontinue to accelerate DaimlerChrysler in automotive design."
Creed, who most recently served as Vice President - Large Car, Small Car and Minivan Design joined DaimlerChrysler in 1985, after nearly a twenty year career with Ford Motor Company in European and North American assignments.
"John Herlitz has made a tremendous contribution to DaimlerChrysler, and we will miss him personally and professionally," said Gale. "John's design signature has been seen on Chrysler branded vehicles from 1964. He has a true passion for cars and vehicle design that is unparalleled in the industry." Herlitz began his career at Chrysler Corporation in 1964, and became a Manager of the Plymouth Intermediate Car Studio in 1968. Herlitz is a graduate of the Pratt Institute of Design.
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