Rob McConnell is one of Toyota’s hidden talents. The 35-year old Michigan-based senior design engineer works at Toyota Technical Center. Yes, he’s a senior engineer in his thirties. God only knows where this bright shining star will be in a decade, as it relates to his career path at Toyota.

Now, while most of us are familiar with car designers, most of us probably arenโ€™t aware of the role of a design engineer. Check out our one-on-one video with McConnell to see how he used his innovation and creativity to play a key role in the all-new 2013 Toyota Avalon. This video should inspire a number of educators and children on why it is so important to pursue both math and science.

To check out BAWโ€™s initial review of the sexy Avalon, CLICK HERE.ย  Look for a more extensive review of the redesigned Toyota in the near future.

Jeff Fortson is an auto analyst and editor of a car-buying website for women and minorities. To learn more about his popular car-buying workshop and/or to price a new-vehicle, drive on over to Follow him!/JeffCars/.

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