DETROIT – Even though it never left, industrial design is enjoying a bit of renaissance thanks to aggressive work by automakers and suppliers to slash tailpipe emissions, improve safety and deliver a new user experience with autonomous vehicles. But that radically different future of mobility is jeopardized by a relatively homogenous talent pool within industrial design, where items such as switchgear, materials and infotainment screens are reimagined for cars where steering wheels ...

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