About The Event
Discover new interior materials, technologies, concepts, comforts, innovations and suppliers
Automotive Interiors Expo Europe exhibitors represent the A-Z of car interiors, with our exhibitors’ products being found in vehicles from just about every car manufacturer you can name, from Ferrari, Maserati, McLaren and Porsche through to GM, Volkswagen, Jaguar, BMW, Kia Toyota and Chery to name just a few!
The show is about quality, color, texture, touch, feel and innovation. Specialty finishes are a strong theme of the expo, with some companies offering plastic compounding and master batching, metalized plastics and chrome-look plastics, and others presenting hot foil stamping and film insert molding.
You’ll find a wide range of fabrics, acoustical materials, shape-forming materials and foams, fasteners and adhesive systems, lighting and more! The show is a must-visit for Tier 1 suppliers as well as for interior design teams from car manufacturers wanting to keep up with the rapidly changing world of materials, finishes and technologies that contribute to ‘touch and feel’.
The show is of equal significance to design teams and procurement people, and is full of things to see whether you are working as an interior designer or, just as importantly, as a Tier 1 or 2 component manufacturer. This is a solutions show with a tremendous number of innovative products to see!
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See the very latest technologies and services that are designed to ensure that the highest standards are met in terms of product quality, reliability, durability and safety
- Haptic technologies
- Adhesive films, surface protection films, textured films
- Sewing and cutting machines
- Injection-molded/thermoformed plastic parts
- Decorative textiles
- Fillers and spacer fabrics
- Plastic metalization
- Printed electronics
- New interior concepts
- Load floors
- Screen printing, IMD
- Prototyping, 3D printing
- Lighting solutions
- Specialty tapes
- Metal components
- Etching, surface decoration
- Technical textiles
- Rubber and foam additives
- Trim parts
- Slush-molded parts
- User interface technology
- Instrument panels and screens
2022 Show Highlights
Day Two: Niebling showcases trends in high-pressure forming for FIM
Day Two: Ash & Lacy presents its new photo-etching line capabilities
Ash & Lacy Automotive
Day Two: Ionbond highlights benefits of decorative PVD coatings for interiors and exteriors
Day Two: Taiyo showcases advances in electroplating for future interiors
Taiyo Soft Singapore Pte Ltd
Day Two: FeelInGlass unveils ‘touch and feel’ glass developments for future cockpits
FeelInGlass by AGC
Day Two: Forvia presentation | Personalized interior lighting to enhance UX and avoid cognitive overload
Day Two: TG0 showcases touch-sensing tech for HMIs
Day Two: Grewus presentation | Integration of active haptic feedback in HMI
Day One: McLaren Automotive reveals how thoughtful interior design creates the ultimate driver experience
Day One: Arzuffi shows its value-adding sputtering coatings
Day One: Conductive Transfers demonstrates matrix pressure sensing and capacitive touch
Day One: ORV Manufacturing presents its ultralight sound absorbers
Day One: Sefar exhibits heating fabric that enables new methods of integration
Day One: Egas Consulting shows innovative 3D leather thermoforming process
Day One: Armacell displays innovative PET foam solutions based on 100% recycled plastics
Day One: Covestro showcases the latest interior automotive trends
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NTT Data to launch beta version Mobicomma system with Honda EveryGo
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Praga Bohema delivers prototype-spec race car-inspired cabin
Despite being designed with a race-derived carbon fiber monocoque which has resulted in a narrow cockpit, Praga has shaped the interior of the new Bohema to ensure two occupants can be seated comfortably.