You might have some preconceptions about cars sold in emerging automotive markets such as India. The overriding impression is probably one of cheapness, befitting of a nation whose population are still significantly poorer of those in more developed markets. Another might be durability, since even cheap cars should be able to stand up to the rigours of driving on often unpaved roads. With "cheap" and "durable" in mind, it's not unreasonable to expect that a car's interior might reflect this. One of India's most innovative cars, the Tata Nano, is testament to this. It's a cheap and largely...
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If Visteon's C-Beyond demo car, shown for the first time in North America at the CES today, is any indication, 2015 will be a year to remember for automotive tech heads. Visteon, a tier one OEM supplier behind much of what's cool in our cars today, has built the C-Beyond as an exciting peek at the...Nelson Ireson