The Changing World of Car Interiors

  • ID: 3919746
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 52 Pages
  • just-auto
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Explore the Future of Tomorrow's Car Cockpits With a Detailed Look at Concept Vehicles

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Land Rover
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Volkswagen
  • Volvo
  • MORE
The push for personalisation and connectivity in the modern automobile is leading to new technology becoming common-place in the design of car interiors. Integrated tablet-style touchscreens, wider, all-digital instrumentation with wraparound LED screens and virtual environments could be standard equipment in most cars by 2030.

We look at the three megatrends impacting the global automotive industry; fuel efficiency, individualisation and autonomous driving, and assesses their influence of future cockpit design.

Extract: “Tomorrow’s car interiors will also feature a number of refinements, including: integrated tablet-style touchscreens with more apps and in-car connectivity; wider, all-digital instrumentation with wraparound LED screens and virtual environments; voice and gesture recognition; flexible and movable seating with new configurations that will trigger a re-think on occupant safety and airbag placement; augmented reality windscreens; and fold-away steering wheel concepts with more buttons and fewer stalks”

Explore the future of tomorrow's car cockpits with a detailed look at concept vehicles from the following manufacturers:

- Audi
- BMW
- Land Rover
- Mercedes-Benz
- Volkswagen
- Volvo

Discover how consumers’ evolving relationship with their vehicles and the adoption of new technology is shaping tomorrow’s car interior. Get this exclusive report today.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Land Rover
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Volkswagen
  • Volvo
  • MORE
1. Introduction

2. Executive summary

3. Car interior concepts
- Audi e-tron Quattro
- BMW Vision Next 100
- Land Rover Discovery Vision
- Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion
- Volkswagen BUDD-e
- Volvo Concept 26
- Summary

4. Tomorrow’s car interiors
- Cocooned in a cockpit
- All-digital dashboards
- More screens, fewer buttons
- Head-up displays and augmented reality windscreens
- Voice recognition
- Gesture recognition
- Interior lighting trends
- Smart materials
- Summary

5. Autonomous driving and connectivity
- Driver health and alert systems
- Seating Trends
- Flexible and movable seating
- Steering Wheels
- Summary

6. Car sharing and implications for the interior
- Summary

7. About the author
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- Audi
- BMW
- Land Rover
- Mercedes-Benz
- Volkswagen
- Volvo
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