DETROIT – Just how many seat frame designs does the auto industry need? Johnson Controls Inc. says one will do, although the seat supplier says it spends vast resources designing a different frame for each of its auto maker customers. JCI’s new philosophy prods auto makers to consider a basic architecture that can be used from customer to customer to generate huge savings. Those savings can then be reinvested in features that consumers quickly recognize as added value, such as a ...

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