The Beijing Auto Show just ended 2 weeks ago. Measures were in place to limit the number of attendees (not obvious in the picture!) and face masks were required. Aside from the usual opportunity presented by motor shows, to get a look at the product themes and innovations, it was a singularly good opportunity to understand how the Chinese market is recovering.
The answers: China is indeed recovering right now, and most of the new concepts and production vehicle at the show were Tesla Model S competitors. Our in-depth this week presents the luxurious and futuristic interiors on these EVs.
With less of an interior stretch, off-road vehicles are being modernized in a direction that can fairly be called “authenticity”, wherein interiors should better match with the nominal off-road mission of the vehicle. That’s the topic of this week’s Design Lounge, as a new generation of vehicles like this comes to market—the Ford Bronco, Suzuki Jimny, Jeep Wagoneer, and other suchlike.
DVN Interior brings you all the relevant news, views, and analysis about car interiors and mobility. Have a look at this short video of our DVN-I Conference last month, embracing all the many dimensions of the automotive interior domain.
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