CHICAGO – As part of Ford Motor Co.'s new initiative to improve the perceived quality of vehicle interiors, even the auto maker’s least-costly vehicles are earmarked for substantially better interiors. Ford promises interiors for entry models such as Focus will be improved. The "rat fur" look on vehicle headliners is out at Ford, promises Marek Reichman, Ford director, Interior Strategy, Product and Design Process. Reichman says fuzzy, rat-fur headliners and other poorly perceived ...

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