Ground-breaking technology developed at the University of Limerick could produce cheaper and more sustainable carbon fibre, which could lead to cars of the future being...
Three Italian companies have joined forces to rethink commercial aircraft interiors and the passenger experience.
General Silicones reports that automotive component makers are starting to use its Compo-SiL technology.
With the trend towards sustainable materials increasing, Volvo is now offering optional non-leather materials in more of its luxury vehicles.
According to Japan-based Asahi Kasei, the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has changed car users’ perceptions of safety and comfort inside automotive vehicles.
ELeather upholstery material has been certified as compliant with the European EN45545-2:2020 standard by Interscience Fire Laboratory.
For the separation of finest particles Mann+Hummel has been using nanofibre technology for several years in applications for the commercial vehicles sector.