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Automotive Interiors Expo events postponed

The 2020 edition of Automotive Interiors Expo, which was due to be held in Stuttgart, Germany, on 10–12 November, has been cancelled. The next event will now be held on 9–11 November 2021.

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How mobility trends will affect the automotive interior

Future vehicles will have more connected mobility with a premium interior, according to Stahl, a supplier of chemistry for coatings, processing and treatments of various materials, including speciality chemical treatments for leather.

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Automotive interior to become the new exterior

A new survey by Asahi Kasei Europe shows an increasing need towards functional premium surfaces in the automotive industry.

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Polyurethane synthetics with low environmental impact

Polymer producer Covestro has developed its water-based Insqin technology to create a sustainable, efficient and permanent polyurethane coating for textiles and to produce high-quality synthetic materials, especially for car interiors.

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3D coating technology for interior textile surfaces

An additive manufacturing technology for textile surface finishing is now being offered for automotive textile interior applications.

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Sage to acquire Adient’s automotive fabrics business

Automotive seating supplier Adient is to sell its automotive fabrics manufacturing business, including its lamination business, to Sage Automotive Interiors, a subsidiary of Asahi Kasei, for US$175m.

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Sustainable non-leather options for luxury brands

Discussing designing for a responsible future at a conference held in Birmingham, UK, in February, Amy Frascella, design director, colour and materials, Land Rover Design, explained that automotive interiors as an extension of personal space is a concept that is challenging convertors of luxury materials, where textiles play a major role.

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Supreme Nonwovens acquires Adient’s interior trim and NVH components business

Supreme Nonwovens Group, one of India’s largest and most diversified nonwovens groups, has through its majority-owned Thai subsidiary Supreme Feltol Thailand acquired the automotive interior trims and noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) components business of Futuris Automotive, a subsidiary of US-based Adient.

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Ideal Automotive acquires Concorde Group

Concorde Group has been sold to Ideal Automotive, a German company that has more than 50 years’ experience in the market and international presence in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, China and Mexico.

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Sustainable materials used in future Polestar interiors

Electric sportscar brand Polestar, which is jointly owned by Volvo and its parent company Geely, has announced it will make future models with sustainable materials.

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