DETROIT — A spokesman for Kia Motors indicates that the company is close to a decision to abandon the common practice of making the interior of low-priced cars intentionally drab, with typically dull gray color and unappealing materials. Just how far Kia may go to improve its interiors remains to be seen. Seperately, WEVTU speaks with Bob Stander, vice president, Johnson Controls Inc., a major supplier of car interior seats and systems. Mr. Stander says JCI is positioned to make complete ...
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