In this issue: Hyundai 45, Land Rover Defender, Nissan IMk, Volkswagen ID.3, Karma SC1 & SC2, Special focus - Seating, Trend report - Colour and materials

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Land Rover Defender

Respecting the past with an eye on the future, Land Rover’s designers explain the ‘durable constructivist’ theme for the new-era Defender’s development.

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TREND REPORT

Colour and material trends for 2020 and beyond, rounded up by the CnTFactory team; plus highlights from Dutch Design Week 2019.

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Hyundai 45

Hyundai references its roots, but looks forwards to its electric future, its next-generation design direction, and a new type of interior space.

Full interior design development feature will be online soon at cardesignnews.com/interiors.

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FOCUS Seating

Lounge layouts, multi-mode functionality, biometric sensors and high-tech connected features: seating is evolving to serve new cabin use-case scenarios.

Full seating focus will be online soon at cardesignnews.com/interiors.

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Nissan IMk

Traditional design sensibilities combined with emerging technologies: the kei-sized IMk concept embodies ‘timeless Japanese futurism’.

Full interior design development feature will be online soon at cardesignnews.com/interiors.

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Volkswagen ID.3

Retaining the pared-back charm of the 2016 ID Concept, Volkswagen’s all-important electric hatchback is ready for mass production.

Full interior design development feature will be online soon at cardesignnews.com/interiors.

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Karma SC1 & SC2

California dreaming: we follow the interior story of the dramatic SC1 roadster and subsequent SC2 coupé, seen at November’s Los Angeles auto show.

Full interior design development feature will be online soon at cardesignnews.com/interiors.

 

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Interior Motives is a unique quarterly magazine from Car Design News, devoted to vehicle interiors. It tells the design story behind the latest concept and production cars, illustrated with exclusive sketches and photographs from the development process as well as insights direct from the team behind each design.

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