Lear Corp. says its common architecture strategy for interiors can reduce engineering, tooling and design cost, but don't look for automakers to offer completely customized interiors any time soon. At the Society of Automotive Engineers exhibition last week in Detroit, Lear demonstrated a completely flexible interior that would allow customers to choose what seats, dashboard treatment, instrumentation, steering wheel and other features they want inside their cars and trucks. All parts ...
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