Education: Degree in Industrial Design from Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He furthered his studies with a Master’s Degree in Automotive Design at the Royal College of Art (RCA) in London.
Career: Born in Hong Kong, Anthony Lo graduated in 1985 and his first break came fresh out of university. A RCA professor offered him a position at Lotus Cars in England where he designed the iconic Lotus Carlton, the world’s fastest four-door saloon at the time. In 1990, his career took him to Audi in Germany, where he worked on the AVUS Concept Car and the A4. In 1993, Car Styling Magazine featured his design for the 1993 Tokyo Motor Show, which catapulted his international career. In the same year, Mercedes-Benz recruited him to Japan to work at its new design studio on the M-B F200, the M-B Maybach concept cars (Paris 1995 and Tokyo 1997) and the S-Class (W221); in 2000, Saab brought him to Sweden as the Chief Designer of Advanced Design; and in 2004, he was appointed Director of Advanced Design for General Motors Europe, overseeing Saab, Opel and Vauxhall projects. Several world renowned concept cars were developed under his leadership, the Saab Aero X was the most successful of them all. Anthony Lo moved to Renault in 2010 as Vice President of Exterior Design to create an all new Renault line up that are unique, attractive and with global appeal. He is instrumental in the development of Renault ‘Cycle of Life’ design strategy and showcased it with a series of award winning concept cars: Dezir (Paris 2010), Captur, R-Space (Geneva 2011), Frendzy (Frankfurt 2011), Twin’Z (Milan 2013), Twin’Run (Monaco 2013) and Initiale Paris (Frankfurt 2013).
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