How will electrification and automation alter car interiors?

Peugeot, Aehra and Arm weigh in on how evolving customer requirements will shape passenger vehicle cabin design. By Will Girling

CASE (connected, autonomous, shared, and electric) trends in modern automotive have the potential to transform how people relate to cars in a new era . At the conceptual crossroads between the novelty and eventual ubiquity of these technologies, now is the perfect time to reconsider long-standing traditions in car design.

Special report: Cockpit of the future

Electric powertrains are making the traditional ‘three box’ construction technically obsolete, even if meeting customer expectations might tame extreme makeovers in the short-term. But what about car interiors?

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