Anthony Lo was appointed Vice President of Exterior Design at Renault in April 2010. He leads exterior design at the Renault Technocentre in Guyancourt, France.
Born in Hong Kong, Anthony Lo graduated in 1985 from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a degree in Industrial Design. He furthered his studies with a Masters degree in Automotive Design at the Royal College of Art in London.
His first job was at Lotus Cars in England. There, he worked on various concept and production car projects including the Isuzu 4200R and the iconic Lotus Omega, the world’s fastest four-door sedan at the time. In 1990, his career carried him towards various advanced design projects at Audi in Germany. In 1993, Mercedes-Benz recruited him to its new advanced design studio in Japan where his contributions include the F200, Maybach, and the S-Class (W221). In 2000, Saab brought Anthony to Sweden to lead the advanced design team; and in 2004, he was appointed Director of Advanced Design for General Motors Europe, overseeing Saab, Opel and Vauxhall projects.
In 2010, Anthony Lo accepted the challenge to create an all new Renault global line-up. He has been instrumental in the development of Renault’s ‘Cycle of Life’ design strategy, showcasing it with a series of award-winning concept cars: Dezir, Captur, R-Space, Frendzy, Twin’Z, Twin’Run, and Initiale Paris. He and his design team has successfully implemented the new design strategy in the all new Groupe Renault global vehicles. In 2016, the Trezor Concept signaled the beginning of a new era for Renault incorporating electric, autonomous, and connected technologies.