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Mission Invictus: Magna International Student Innovation Challenge

Share your vision. Launch your career. Showcase your talents on a world stage.
Sunday, November 30, 2014, 11:45 pm

Create and submit a Vine for an opportunity to participate in our automotive design challenge at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV. Six winners will choose a $2,500 scholarship or an internship at Magna International, North America’s largest automotive supplier.


What Is It?

Magna International, the largest auto parts supplier in North America,
challenges students to create a Vine video showing what your car should
do in 2020. The automobile is becoming more than just a means of transportation, and we want to see what future automotive engineers and designers think cars should do.
The contest is open to engineering and industrial design students who reside in and are attending a college/university in the United States. Entrants must be 21 years or older by January 3, 2015.

What You Can Win

12 finalists will be flown to Las Vegas for the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show. Finalists will participate in the Magna Student Innovation Challenge at Magna’s CES booth and have the chance to walk the show floor and network with industry leaders. Six winners will choose a $2,500 scholarship or an internship at Magna International.

How to Enter

Create a Vine video showing what a car should do in 2020, post it to Twitter
and tag @MagnaInt on your post.  Vines will be judged by an
expert panel of judges from Magna and will be rated on criteria including
innovation, video quality and feasibility. Submissions are due by 11:59PM EST on November 30, 2014, and finalists will be contacted via email no later
than December 15, 2014. 

Additional Information

 All entrants must fully comply with the Official Rules of the contest in order to be eligible to participate in the contest.
The decisions of the contest judges are final. If you have additional contest questions, please contact Steve Hallman at