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Steenstra GCM

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Steenstra GCM is the brain child of renowned Dutch car designer Cor Steenstra.


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Steenstra GCM logo.

With a passion for perfection, Steenstra is using his vast experience in the automotive industry, as a designer for Volvo, Mercedes-Benz, Mazda, as a consultant for Porsche, Honda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia and many more, but also his experience in consulting many start-up companies, to create the first stage in his long term vision for a sustainable, clean, safe and efficient infrastructure.

To this extend, Steenstra has sought the advice of excellence, people who have proven to be the top experts in each of their areas of expertise. Through their role as mentor to Steenstra GCM they too hope to change the world for the better.

(source: Steenstra)

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Bug2630 days ago

This looks good and promising. I just hope they can work this out in order to make a better car industry. Good luck!

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