NEWCASTLE, U.K. – A groundbreaking approach to designing cars for the personal needs of their drivers is under way in the U.K., which could result in automotive interiors being tailor-made for consumers with little impact on cost, according to a team of U.K. researchers. They already are part way through a program that is examining how emerging technologies might radically change the car-buying process by bringing "true personalization" to low- to medium-volume vehicle production. ...

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