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Johnson Controls is to supply the complete seating system for the new Kia cee’d. Customers can select different seating systems with covers made of fabric, part leather or leather. Copyright: Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls supplies the floor consoles for the various equipment lines of the new Kia cee’d. In the higher model versions, the armrest is leather-wrapped and the cupholder has a tambour door. Copyright: Johnson Controls
Johnson Controls, a global leader in automotive seating, interior systems and electronics, is supplying the complete seating system, floor console and headliner for the new Kia cee'd."We are pleased to equip the second generation of the Kia cee'd with important interior components and to contribute to the success of this model," said Joris Janssen, general manager Europe for Johnson Controls Automotive Experience’s Kia customer business unit. "The interior of the first generation Kia cee'd was of very high-quality. However, the second generation sets new standards in design, comfort and quality for the compact class. We are proud to contribute to the high standards regarding functionality and quality with our high-quality seats, our stylish floor consoles and the headliner.”
Astrid Schafmeister | Johnson Controls
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