Peter Stevens (car designer)
Stevens is one of the UK's best-known vehicle designers. He is currently a design consultant, teacher and lecturer. Until October 2014, he was Visiting Professor for the Royal College of Art Vehicle Design department.
Stevens trained at Central St Martin's School of Art and then, the Royal College of Art. He began his career in the 1970s as a designer at Ford, then Ogle design. He also began his long career as a tutor of Vehicle Design students at the RCA at this time . He spent five years as chief designer at
As consultant director of design for Mahindra and Mahindra in India, from 2005, Stevens oversaw the introduction of the M&M GIO and the sell-out M&M XUV500.
Currently, Stevens is a consultant, designer, and lecturer. He is involved in the design and application of hybrid technology, including a high performance electric race car, and innovative, energy efficient public transportation solutions.
Twice nominated as the UK’s Prince Philip Designer of the Year, Peter Stevens has won numerous honours for his work including 2002 Automotive Designer of the Year by
Some of his designs include;