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For the next episode of the Inside Track virtual Q&A series, our friends at Road & Track are excited to announce that their guest is Maserati chief designer Klaus Busse. It’s all happening on Thursday, February 11, at noon ET.
Klaus Busse is vice-president of design for Stellantis Europe, in charge of styling for Fiat, Abarth, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, and Maserati. Prior to taking charge of Stellantis’s European design program, Busse was in charge of interior design for the automaker’s American brands—Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Ram.
Busse’s latest design accomplishment is the Maserati MC20. This carbon-fiber mid-engine supercar marks the beginning of a whole new range of products from Maserati, which you’ll get to hear about from the designer himself.
In this episode of Inside Track, Road & Track deputy editor Bob Sorokanich will chat with Busse about what goes into designing a modern supercar: how you fit functional aerodynamics, cooling requirements, and crash safety into an evocative and seductive supercar profile. If you want to see it all go down, head on over to Road & Track’s dedicated sign-up page.
Inside Track is one of the many offerings of the newly revamped magazine. They’ll be hosting live events, virtual experiences, and adventures around the globe. They will also be hosting driving rallies at racetracks and on the most epic roads, holding discussions and debates on cool topics with some of the most influential people in the car world, and giving readers the white-glove treatment at concours and auto show events.
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