By Kim ZetterbergThe story of how BMW and a young entrepreneur came together in 2002 is an inspiring one, and a story that has a special resonance for people of colour.
It is also an interesting one for the makers of interior products.
Kia, the Japanese carmaker, acquired the interior of a late-model BMW 5 Series in 2012.
The interior, which was a work in progress, was not as attractive as the interior on the car itself, but the company saw an opportunity.
“They had the luxury of having the best of the best,” Kia boss Takahiro Nakajima said at the time.
“But we couldn’t sell it to them, so we looked for a partner.
So we decided to collaborate with a Japanese manufacturer.”
The result is the Kia Soul interior, a modern, modern-looking interior that uses materials and technology that were already available to other brands.
It also shares a name with the late Kia owner and the founder of Kia.
It was designed by a Japanese interior designer, Takuya Nakajama, who had worked on interior design for a number of Japanese companies.
“I wanted a modern and modern-feeling interior, not just a nice and elegant one, but a luxurious and stylish one,” Nakajami told New Scientist.
“The design has to be attractive, elegant, and simple, not in terms of the amount of detail or detail of the details, but of the simple design.
It has to have an elegance, it has to not be complicated.
I wanted it to look as if you were on a luxury yacht.”
Kia Soul’s design was based on the concept of the “lifestyle interior”, which was one of the core principles of the concept for the Kias.
A luxury lifestyle interior was one where the interior was designed around a single concept, and the interior design was not dependent on the material, but rather on the function.
In this sense, the Kiosk Soul was designed to be a luxurious lifestyle interior, but it also had a modern interior design.
The concept of a lifestyle interior has its roots in a desire to give the interior more personality, and that was one the designers of the KioSoul, Takuji Kiyono, were focused on.
“Kia and KiosKia are a company that strives to achieve a perfect balance between the luxury lifestyle, with the modernity, the simplicity, the simple,” said Takuja.
“In this way, Kios Kios is designed with the essence of luxury.”
The designers were not satisfied with just looking at luxury goods.
In addition to the interior, Kia also designed the dashboard and door panels for the car.
“When designing the Kiamas interior, we also looked at the dashboard, the door panels, and also the front-end, because the front end is the most important part,” said Kia vice president Takuya, referring to the front of the car, which is a key part of its design.
“It’s the most expensive part of the interior and the most difficult to design.
We wanted to create a design that was simple, and elegant.
The dashboard is a beautiful part of a luxurious interior, and it’s also one of our most important parts, and so we wanted to make the dashboard a beautiful one.”
The Kiosks dashboard and doors are very simple and simple.
“We wanted to give a simple design,” said Nakajimas vice president.
“Because of this, the interior is very simple, the dashboard is very small, and there is only one part.
But because the doors are so big, the whole interior is too large.”
The Kioskinks dashboard, for example, has a total area of just 12 square meters.
But it has a diameter of just 9.4 square meters, and its width is only 2.6 meters.
It’s also made from carbon fibre, which provides a lightness and density that was not possible with other materials.
“One of the reasons why we were able to do that is because the carbon fibre is so light and flexible, so you can create a lot of volume, without compromising on functionality,” said Takah.
The doors also use carbon fibre in the form of the door handles.
“You can have a light, comfortable and flexible door handle,” said Tomohiro Takah, Kias vice president of vehicle design and development.
The dashboard of the Soul was made using carbon fibre.
The front and back are made from composite materials, while the rear door has a curved aluminium plate that wraps around the entire car.
“Our dashboard is actually made of carbon fibre,” said Kenji Takah , Kias chief designer.
“Its diameter is just 7.5 centimeters, but its overall volume is about 25 cubic centimeters.
The carbon fibre was used because we wanted a large amount of flexibility in the dashboard.”
“The front and rear of the vehicle are very similar,” said Shigen