Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has launched a new Drive for Design contest which asks students to create the 2025 Dodge SRT Hellcat.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has launched a new Drive for Design contest which asks students to create the 2025 Dodge SRT Hellcat.

The contest is open to U.S. high school students in grades 10-12 and entries can be submitted to the FCADriveForDesign.com website starting today.  Entries need to be submitted by January 8th so they can be reviewed by a judging panel that includes FCA Head of Design Ralph Gilles, Ram Truck / Mopar Head of Design Joe Dehner, and Dodge / SRT Design Head of Design Mark Trostle.

The first place winner will receive an Apple MacBook Pro, while the second, third and fourth place contestants will be given an Apple iPad Pro as well as an Apple Pencil.

The four winners will also been flown to Auburn Hills, Michigan to have dinner with FCA US Design team members.  The three-day trip will also include a visit to Detroit Autorama where the winners will be presented awards on February 26th.

The prizes don't stop there as the winners will return to Detroit this summer to attend a three-week long automotive design course at the College for Creative Studies. FCA will also be picking up the tab for housing, meals and field trips during the course.

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FCA Drive for Design contest asks high school students to create the 2025 Dodge SRT Hellcat