Frank Stephenson, The Designer of The F430, Critiques The Ferrari Roma
Frank Stephenson is a celebrated automotive designer. Born in Morocco the British-Spainish-American national spent his early years in Turkey then Spain. After high school, Stephenson spent the next six years competing professionally in Motocross. But it was his love of drawing and cars that led him to study automotive design at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California from 1982 to 1986.
Frank Stephenson would go on to work for nearly all of the major car brands. As the Design Director of Ferrari, he would create the F430, one of a few Ferrari cars he is known for. As the Design Director for McLaren Automotive Frank Stephenson oversaw the designs for the MP4-12C, P1, 675LT, 570S and 720S.
As of now, Stephenson operates his own design consultancy from the UK. In this video he analyses the Ferrari Roma.