Geneva – MENA Herald: Ahead of next week’s Geneva Motor Show Jaguar Land Rover has released a new film featuring two British design greats, Ian Callum and Gerry McGovern. In their first-ever recorded interview together, shot at the Royal College of Art, the heads of Jaguar and Land Rover design provide an exclusive insight into the importance of British creativity and how this philosophy shapes and forms the design of Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles.
Ian and Gerry compare their favourite models and their journey up to the point they found themselves working under the Jaguar and Land Rover brands.
Looking into the future of design, Ian and Gerry can be seen debating Jaguar’s entry into the SUV market with the launch of the all-new F-PACE and Gerry talks about what the future holds for the iconic Defender.
Picking up the theme of Great British design at next week’s Geneva Motor Show, Jaguar will be debuting the F-TYPE SVR and the updated XF, whilst Land Rover will be showcasing the Evoque Convertible as well as the luxurious Range Rover SVAutobiography.
Ian has been the Director of Design at Jaguar since 1999
He was heavily influenced by car design from a very early age
Ian studied at the Glasgow School of Art before taking a Masters in Vehicle Design at the Royal College of Art in London
As Chief Design Officer for Land Rover, Gerry creates some of the world’s most distinctive and desirable vehicles
Gerry studied for a Masters at the Royal College of Art in London, specialising in automotive design
Gerry is a visiting Professor at the Royal College of Art