The latest case in point is Volkswagen.
Prior to the formal presentation of its brand new model, the ID. Excitement, the German carmaker had announced that the inside of the car will be predominantly produced of non-animal supplies.
The steering wheel, for case in point, will be made of polyurethane, imitating the search and experience of leather. The seat handles, flooring mats and roof liner will be produced from recycled resources, generally from plastic bottles.
The ID. Buzz is the up to date, electric powered edition of Volkswagen’s iconic Kombi (also acknowledged as the Camper or Bus).
Right before Volkswagen, other brands have previously embraced applying non-animal primarily based elements.
One instance is Volvo, which has presently announced future “vegan” oriented interiors, i.e., with no any trace of leather.
The pattern is now gaining steam among the other brands. Jaguar Land Rover, for case in point, has also declared that it will combine elements built of 100% recycled nylon into the interiors of its up coming models, effectively created of waste buried or recovered at sea, starting off with fishing nets.