2018 Jaguar E-Pace design by Miroslav Dimitrov. Coventry, England
2011 Lotus Esprit Exterior Design Sketch
2012 Ferrari F12 Interior | Maranello, Italy
EIDO GTR Concept, design by Miroslav Dimitrov
2016 Jaguar XF design by Miroslav Dimitrov. Coventry, England
2009 Ferrari 599XX Exterior Design Sketch by Miroslav Dimitrov
Miroslav with the Lotus Cars design team at Hethel, England
2016 Jaguar XF Sketch | Coventry, England
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Miroslav Dimitrov is a Bulgarian-born Industrial designer who has enjoyed a highly successful career in the automotive design field. He has worked as a leading designer for many prestige automotive brands, including Bentley, Ferrari, Lotus Cars, Jaguar and Aston Martin, to name but a few. Having lived as a professional designer in countries including Bulgaria, Italy and Germany, Miroslav is now permanently based in one of the most creative and influential design hubs in the world, London. Miroslav is currently working on a large and eclectic array of projects with clients, as well as developing his own design label.

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“Design cues from Jaguar’s most overtly sporting car applied to an SUV might sound a bit folly, but there’s no doubts it’s given E-Pace an identity all its own. From F-type inspired elements like the headlams through the bobbled tail to the pistol-style gearlever and driver-centric cockpit, it all hints at agility and driving dynamics a notch or two above the SUV norm”

CAR Magazine, November 2017

“The seductive XF exemplifies British tradition with its sophisticated style and refined road manners. The Jag’s design is as beautiful and aggressive as the carmaker’s feline namesake. Its agile chassis and compliant suspension deliver a calm, composed stiff-upper-lip driving character befitting royalty”


Car and Driver, June 2017

“It makes me think of all the effort that’s gone into the F12, all the years of development that have resulted in a car 70kg lighter than its predecessor, that carries more weight over the back axle despite being front-engined and enjoys a centre of gravity a literal finger’s width higher than the 458’s. All this expertise is now at my command. That’s a good, good feeling”

Top Gear Magazine, September 2012

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