Vehicle seating concept addresses future trends in urban mobility


With a focus on first- and second-row seating in a simulated vehicle environment, a new concept from Johnson Controls (Milwaukee, WI) reportedly addresses global industry trends of urban mobility, comfort and autonomous driving.

"[The] SD15 [concept] is based on extensive proprietary research conducted by Johnson Controls that explored what consumers want in their vehicles in 2020 and beyond," said Beda Bolzenius, president of Johnson Controls Automotive Experience and vice chairman Johnson Controls Asia Pacific. "Based on our research, the driver side demonstrates superior comfort and the passenger side showcases features that maximize cargo capacity and interior flexibility."
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