Meet the Next Leaders in Sustainable Mobility

What if you could immerse yourself for two years in designing an ultra-efficient, lightweight and highly-durable mobility solution for the years of 2035 and beyond? For 36 graduate students in Deep Orange 11, a master’s degree program at Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR), that is their challenge. ExxonMobil, along with Honda R&D Americas, is proud to sponsor Deep Orange 11 – a collaboration where students develop into the next generation of automotive leaders as they design and build a concept vehicle from the ground up?
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What if you could immerse yourself for two years in designing an ultra-efficient, lightweight and highly-durable mobility solution for the years of 2035 and beyond? For 36 graduate students in Deep Orange 11, a master’s degree program at Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR), that is their challenge. ExxonMobil, along with Honda R&D Americas, is proud to sponsor Deep Orange 11 – a collaboration where students develop into the next generation of automotive leaders as they design and build a concept vehicle from the ground up?
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