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This Young, Black Aerodynamics Engineer Is Rebooting Classics At General Motors
This Young, Black Aerodynamics Engineer Is Rebooting Classics At General Motors
THE CHEVY BLAZER HAS GOTTEN A MAKEOVER IN 2019.
Samara Lynn

General Motors is targeting its new lineup of crossover Blazers to a younger, more diverse consumer market. And helping to lead that effort is someone who fits that demographic: Charles Muse—a 28-year-old aerodynamics engineer at General Motors.

“I’ve been a car guy since I was little,” says the Ohio State University grad who hails from Chicago. “I helped my dad restore his vehicle. I tore apart my car, broke it, fixed it, and broke it again,” says Muse.

He’s not just a “car guy,” though. Muse also participated in a number of technical programs before attending college, which he says fostered his love for aircraft and flying. He ended up studying aerospace engineering.

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Fall 2019