A peripheral-vision communication system powered by next-generation LEDs can help passengers feel more comfortable, and even less car sick, by providing an understanding of what their vehicle is doing on the road at any given moment.
Ford’s global seating and design team have maintained the comfort standard in the new Explorer’s front-row seat while eliminating some of the bulk by reducing the thickness of the seatback and shoulder area.
The high-definition single-section display, which also is earmarked for other future BMW models, houses a fully digital instrument panel and touch-sensitive infotainment monitor, according to the German automaker.
Dennis Sartorello, Ford's chief designer-Global Strategic Design, says he and his team have been tearing up the playbook on interior design to foster a studio environment promoting free thinking and better communication with the outside world. The...