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Interiors suppliers are ready for the new demands coming from self-driving cars.
Over-the-air updates are seen as a key part of connected and autonomous vehicles, as they allow companies to refine their systems over time and provide real-time updates when needed.
As U.S. demand falls toward an all-time low, the four-door coupe is getting a redesign that pulls new technology from the S class.
EU antitrust regulators fined five suppliers a combined $40 million for taking part in cartels to fix prices for seat belts, airbags and steering wheels sold to Japanese automakers.
Automakers have to walk a fine line between updating their interiors and keeping customers happy.
IAC Group's new plant in Poland is a strategy play to be at the doorstep of global luxury automakers as the industry shifts to higher-grade interiors.
The interior of the 2019 Ford Ranger may look similar to that of the midsize pickup now sold in markets outside the U.S.
FCA is scheduled to recall 50,000 Pacifica minivans following a report that "extreme handling maneuvers" could cause a second-row seat belt to unbuckle.
Interior suppliers at the Frankfurt auto show signal a growing consensus about how cockpits of the future will look -- with preference for armrest controls, no knobs and no center consoles.
Ford thinks the interior of autonomous vehicles could resemble a kitchen or office conference room.
The seats in the 2017 Audi A3, supplied by Magna International, received a perfect score in J.D. Power's latest Seat Quality and Satisfaction Study.
The infotainment supplier is trying to simplify 'cognitive load' for drivers.
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