How to Enter

Design Brief & Deliverables: Movin’On Challenge Design for 2022

Created by Michelin in 2001 to encourage and recognize creative design around the world, Movin’On Challenge Design is a prestigious global competition reflecting the importance of innovative design in the future of mobility.

Anyone interested in future mobility is eligible to enter. Entries come from all over the world and include individuals, schools, and teams of transportation and mobility designers, including OEMs and suppliers, studios, students, teachers, artists, architects, engineers, and futurists.

The 2022 Theme: Delivered – Bringing people what they need.

Technology has transformed society’s expectations into a global culture that demands the rapid delivery of goods. The future of mobility must be more than simply moving people and goods; the evolving world demands delivery of services to all people.

Nearly 30 percent of the world’s population lives outside urban centers and an equal number reside in economically depressed urban areas with sub-standard infrastructure. We must now ensure services, including essential services, are readily available to people with limited access to transportation.

The 2022 Movin’On Challenge to entrants is to design a mobility solution to provide essential services to all people in a safe, efficient, and sustainable way.

  • Identify the people or communities that your solution would serve, by including related research, and how it will improve their quality of life.
  • Explain how your idea is built on the foundation of inclusive design to enhance the human experience, and not simply to make services more convenient for those who already have access.
  • Illustrate how your innovative solution will deliver services to people.

Additional information:

The entry portal for submissions will open September 1, 2021 and close on March 1, 2022.
The three winners will be announced in 2022 at the future Movin’On event.

Through its first 21 challenges, Michelin has received more than 14,700 entries from 136 countries.