DETROIT – Johnson Controls Inc. shows off three new automotive interior concepts at the start of the 2004 North American International Auto Show here, all with an eye to the “near future.” JCI promises first-row comfort with its open-seating concept, which JCI calls an industry first, namely because it allows for comfort in second- and third-row seating similar to that of the first row. With “one fluid motion,” seats are deployed and then fold completely flat when stowed, creating ...
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