Paid out over four years, the scholarship is the top prize in the Detroit Autorama High School Design Competition 2015. It's open to high school sophomores, juniors and seniors, and runners up can also win Apple MacBook laptops, a three-week summer session at CCS, and passes to the Autorama—one of the country's oldest and most prestigious custom car shows.
Participants pretty much have free reign. Entries can have any bodystyle and feature any futuristic elements deemed appropriate, as long as they meet certain criteria for presentation and are submitted by January 23, 2015. Dodge is also asking student designers to "sell" their concepts with a 500-word summary.
The designs will be judged by a panel that includes SRT and Mopar design chief Mark Trostle, who won this very contest in 1988.