They have imaginative names like “SunRocker”, “Alfa Sport Aurelia”, “Luna, the dream car”, “Fiat Rainbow”, “Ecostella” “Walf H2O” and they are the machines of the future imagined by the children of Stellantis employees, during the lockdown period. They are the creations of Andrea, Manuel, Sofia, Stefano, Stella, Viola aged between 6 and 12 years.
In this year of health emergency linked to the pandemic, there are many new forms of dialogue with employees that the company has implemented on a digital level. In particular, the initiative promoted by Internal Communication and the Turin Style Center aimed at the children of employees, who were invited, through the company Intranet, to design the machine of the future and share it with the entire community, met with considerable success. Stellantis.
To participate, the children and their families listened to a video message from Klaus Busse, Designer of Stellantis, who gave ideas and information to design the car of their dreams projected into the future.
54 children joined the initiative with great enthusiasm and passion and, with the help of their parents, scanned their drawings and uploaded the files to The Hub Intranet platform in the section reserved for them.
Klaus Busse, together with a dedicated team, then personally selected the 6 best works. The small winning designers, residing in Turin, Grugliasco (To), Volvera (To) and Arese (Mi), were then able to participate in a virtual round table in recent days to meet and converse in person with Klaus Busse who explained the reasons. of this initiative: the company’s desire to be close to families and to let children know the environment in which their parents work and above all the need to think about the future and dream.
At the end of the meeting Klaus Busse wanted to wish Andrea, Manuel, Sofia, Stefano, Stella, Viola and all the children who participated in the initiative:
“Always remember to use colors to paint Life. Dream, dream, dream. And I assure you that you will be happy. Find something you like and do it “