The growing demand for in-car content, such as informative displays and the integration of numerous comfort features are increasing the design complexities of the traditional instrument panel (IP). However, recent design trends suggest that automakers are gradually distancing themselves from the once preferred, cluttered IP layout to a more simplistic design by combining multiple features into singular informative units. Since the IP is a significant contributor to vehicle interiors, panel manufacturers are responsible for manufacturing sturdy and functional panels while ensuring they do not compromise the overall aesthetic value of the car interiors. As the traditional roles of the driver and passengers evolve, so will the mode of interaction between the vehicle and its occupants, and IPs will play a significant role in bridging this gap.
This report will explain the upcoming trends in global IP demand and its key growth drivers, as well as the challenges and the outlook for this vital interior component.
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