The challenge revolved around a General Motors chassis that is currently under development and required the entrants to design an aesthetically pleasing body shell.

GrabCad has organised a competition that had mechanical engineers testing their skills in the area of automotive styling. The challenge revolved around a General Motors chassis that is currently under development and required the entrants to design an aesthetically pleasing as well as aerodynamic body shell.

Both street and track categories were available and were won by Darren McKeage and Sylvain Gerber, respectively. You can see the top three vehicles in each of the categories attached to this article or click on the source link below to find further entrances.

The chassis incorporates a number of GM Performance parts, and is compatible with the E-Rod LS3, LS7 or supercharged LS9 V8 engines. The bare chassis has already hit development testing and you can see a video of it below.

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