VW design boss Walter de'Silva can't sleep because of the new Golf 7 | Rpmgo.com

While some of you might consider making a car is as simple as screwing some nuts and bolts together so that the body will stay together, think again, as the whole technological process of building a new car is a very tough one.

Further testimony to this fact are some statements from the Volkswagen group’s design boss, Walter de’Silva, known for the Seat Altea and Leon, Alfa Romeo 156, Audi A5, A6 and many more. He revealed that the biggest challenge in his lifetime is currently represented by design of the future Golf 7 model. He says that after taking over the design department of VAG, the new version literally kept him from sleeping.

de’Silva revealed that he can’t sleep at night when he thinks of the new Golf. The model will be redesigned from head to toe, and might arrive around 2012. Work is already underway so de’Silva must repay the confidence that has been invested in him.

Another interesting statement from the Italian designer is in regards to the personal time, as it seems that de’Silva spent more time with the Volkswagen group boss, Dr. Winterkorn, than he spent with his wife.

Hopefully though Walter de’Silva will pull through and honor one of the most famous models in automotive history. Until then, may we see great improvements in the future spyshots of the new Golf 7.

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Source: Automarket

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