Johnson Controls debuts interior innovations at auto show


Based on proprietary research, such as its recent Stuff in Cars study, Johnson Controls (Milwaukee, WI) says it has always had a finger on the pulse of what storage, flexibility and unexpected surprise and delight features consumers want in their vehicles. The Tier 1 unveiling a number of its interior innovations at the 2015 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) at Detroit's Cobo Center.

"To meet the increasing expectations of today's consumer, Johnson Controls strives to develop distinctive interior solutions that are based on extensive research and the latest global trends," said Han Hendriks, vice president, advanced product development and sales, Johnson Controls Automotive Interiors. "The resulting innovations provide significant vehicle differentiation for our automaker customers and they enhance the overall experience for consumers."

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