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Brampton native Moneypenny leads interior design team

Nissan Design America senior designer Stephen Moneypenny was on-hand for the unveiling of the all-new 2016 Nissan Titan full size pick-up at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto last Thursday.

The Nissan Titan design team unveils the next generation design of Nissan’s full size pick-up truck at CIAS. From left; Randy Rodriguez, exterior design; Rich Miller, director of product planning; Jeff Caldwell, Cummins general manager; Stephen Moneypenny, interior design and Christian Meunier, president Nissan Canada Inc.

Nissan Design America senior designer Stephen Moneypenny was on-hand for the unveiling of the all-new 2016 Nissan Titan full size pick-up at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto last Thursday.

 Moneypenny collaborated with fellow Canadian Randy Rodriguez (from Surrey, BC) whom he met at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. Rodriguez designed the Titan’s exterior. Together they now work at Nissan Design America in California.

RELATED: 2016 Nissan Titan XD First Look.

“The new Titan wears its nameplate proudly,” explained Moneypenny. “The exterior design concept resembles a tough rugged warrior and the interior is highly functional with premium quality materials.”

Brampton native Moneypenny leads interior design team

Stephen Moneypenny, grew up in Brampton and graduated from North Park Secondary School. He then attended Humber College, graduating from the Industrial Design program in 1996. He continued on to study Transportation Design at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan, graduating in 2000 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design.

The all-new 2016 Nissan Titan goes on sale in late 2015 but is on display at this year’s Canadian International Auto Show.

Brampton native Moneypenny leads interior design team

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