Jeff Teague is an American automotive designer and the son of the renowned Industrial Designer, Richard A. Teague. His father was famous for designing notable American Motors Corporation (AMC) cars such as the Gremlin, AMX, and Pacer.
Teague graduated from the Art Center College of Design in 1978. He has worked as a designer for a number of automobile firms. He was formerly with Volkswagen of Germany and held the post of Chief Designer for Volkswagen of America. He was also the senior designer at Mitsubishi Motors of America.
Teague has provided design services and consulting services to Hyundai, Kia, Subaru, and others. He now heads his own firm: Teague Design. He started the company in 1998 in Agoura Hills, California and it was incorporated in 2000.
He has drawn an updated AMX 4 based on AMC's mid-engine sports car that made his father an icon in the automobile design business.
As of 2006, Teague was providing design services for the revival Duesenberg line of automobiles. The new design of the Duesenberg II Torpedo Coupe was delayed. He is Chief Design Director for the new Baldwin, Wisconsin company and the car was expected to be introduced in 2013. In 2012, the company bought a building in Baldwin to produce its replica cars on a modern Ford chassis, as well as a motorized tricycle.