Moray Callum (1958–) is an automobile designer from Scotland, currently in charge of North American car design for Ford. Callum graduated from Napier University in Edinburgh, majoring in industrial design and has a masters degree in transportation design from the Royal College of Art in London.
Callum spent the first six years of his design career at Chrysler's UK operation, starting in 1982. He moved to PSA Peugeot Citroën and Ghia, including the creation of the Ghia Via concept. His work for Ghia includes Jaguar Cars and the Aston Martin Lagonda Vignale.
Callum moved to Ford in 1995, where he became chief designer for North American operations. At Ford, he penned the Ford Windstar, Mercury Villager, Super Duty pickup trucks, Ford Excursion, and the Ford Ex concept.
On September 7, 2001, Callum was promoted to lead Mazda worldwide design, reporting to Phil Martens. Callum's team includes Tsutomu "Tom" Matano, legendary designer of the Mazda MX-5. Callum will reportedly give up the Mazda post in 2006 to Laurens van den Acker, replacing Patrick Schiavone as designer of North American cars at Ford. While at Mazda, Callum is credited with overseeing the RX-8, Mazda3, Mazda6, MX-5, CX-7, and CX-9. He also produced the Washu (Detroit 2003), Ibuki (Tokyo 2003), and Kabura (Detroit 2006) concept cars.