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Yanfeng further develops smart interiors

German development teams of Shanghai, China-headquartered automotive interiors giant Yanfeng have partnered with sensor supplier IEE, based in Luxembourg, on Active Space – an integrated technology vision for an interactive interior envisaged for autonomous level 5 vehicles.

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Autonomous driving will transform vehicle interiors

By 2035, around 50% of all new vehicles could be fully autonomous. However, in the short term the mass penetration of fully autonomous vehicles is likely to remain elusive, according to Christian Hainz, senior automotive analyst at Ernst & Young, Germany.

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Translucent trim material launched

Benecke-Hornschuch Surface Group, part of Continental Corporation, has introduced new intelligent surface materials for automotive interiors.

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Automotive Interiors Expo 2019 the biggest yet

From fabrics to lighting, foams to fasteners, veneers to laminates, and seating to switches – the 2019 edition of Automotive Interiors Expo was the biggest yet, with a record number of attendees enjoying the latest products and innovations from more than 180 exhibitors.

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Plant-based lignin technology for vehicle interiors

Yanfeng Automotive Interiors (YFAI) and Prisma Renewable Composites have entered into an agreement giving YFAI the exclusive use of Prisma’s lignin-based material in the development of automotive interiors.

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Stuttgart showcase for interior materials, technologies and services

Automotive Interiors Expo 2019, to be held at Messe Stuttgart, Germany, from 21-23 May, offers visitors a complete line-up of exhibits showing the latest vehicle interior technologies and services designed to ensure the highest standards are met in terms of product quality, reliability, durability and safety.

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Recyclable composite material for automotive interior applications

Renolit Composites, the Italian automotive extrusion and thermoforming specialist that is part of the Germany-based Renolit Group, reports increasing demand for its 100% recyclable, glass fibre reinforced, polypropylene-based composite material for automotive interior applications.

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Yanfeng to close technical centre

Yanfeng Automotive Interiors is to close its Holland Tech Center in Holland, Michigan, USA, with the loss of 55 jobs. The company said the centre “no longer aligns to our current and future needs”.

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Asahi Kasei chases automotive growth

Following July’s announcement of the acquisition of Sage Automotive Interiors, the world’s largest manufacturer of car seating fabrics, Japanese conglomerate Asahi Kasei is looking to triple its sales of around €1bn to the automotive industry in 2017 to €3bn by 2025.

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