Frank Stephenson
Renowned Car Designer

Frank Stephenson is an American/Spanish car designer who has designed a wide range of successful automobiles for various manufacturers.
After graduating  from Art Center College of Design, Frank began his career in 1986 with Ford Motor Company in Germany. In 2002 he went to Ferrari and Maserati as their first ever Design Director. There he was responsible for the designs of the Ferrari FXX Super Enzo and the the Maserati MC12 Stradale, among many other acclaimed cars. He then became Design Director for Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeo and Light Commercial Vehicles in 2006 where he led the design of cars such as the Fiat 500, the Fiat Bravo and the Alfa Romeo Mito.
His portfolio also includes the new MINI and the McLaren P1.
Insiders regularly refer to him as “one of the most influential car designers of our times”.