Mini’s chief designer Anders Warming is bidding farewell to the BMW Group, GTspirit reports.
The designer initially came to the BMW Group as the firm’s head of exterior design. In early 2011, he then took on the role of heading up Mini design where he was responsible for penning the Clubman, the five-door Cooper and the impending second-generation Mini Countryman, set to be unveiled later this year.
Warming is also credited with designing the Mini Superleggera concept that stunned crowds at Villa d’Este in 2014 as well as aiding with BMW’s bold and futuristic Vision Next 100 concept, launched just a few months ago.
Neither BMW nor Mini have released statements about Warming’s departure and who will replace him.
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