Always interesting to review trends in the Auto Interior industry, which is a key market for Freeman Schwabe & SCHWABE USA cutting presses.
This post includes extracts from an article in The Car Connection outlining the “Best in New car interiors of 2017”.
The Car Connection gives points to cars …” that provide good comfort for the number of seat belts allotted, they need to offer terrific utility given their intended missions and there needs to be exhibited a close attention to detail in terms of textures, materials, features, and conveniences”.
“Bentley merits a second mention here for its flagship four-door, which coddles like few other vehicles on earth. At over $300,000, it should be fancy—after all, this is a list of the best interiors on the market.”
“The BMW wows us with its abilities, yet it never overwhelms. Moreover, there’s not a bad seat in the house and BMW is finally learning how to tastefully offer some exotic and daring interior trims and shades”.
“There are nice materials and some interesting color options available on the Pacifica, and its controls are logically-arrayed, but what really sets it apart is how well it handles passengers and their cargo”.