Brigham Young University industrial design students Mark Solomon, left, and Josh Thurber present their concepts for the car of the future to General Motors representatives Tuesday. BYU students were given the task to design a car from top to bottom that could compete with Volkswagen's new Bug. John Taylor, who heads up GM's Advanced Portfolio Exploration division, was in Provo to see the designs and interview students for internships and jobs. "Teamwork is very important to us," Taylor said. "That's one of the things (BYU) does very well." GM works closely with about 10 colleges and universities to generate design ideas and hire employees. Taylor said the Detroit car manufacturer plans to interview BYU students on a regular basis.