Lexus GS Climate Control System Named Interior Innovation of the Year

The 2013 Lexus GS climate control system has been named the Interior Innovation of the Year by the Automotive Interiors Expo Awards:

The Lexus GS features a Denso climate control system that moisturises those inside the vehicle! The industry has already had purified and scented air-con systems, but the Japanese OEM takes things to a new level by using nanotechnology that purifies the air coming out of the vents in order to moisturise the hair and skin of the occupants.

This air cleaning technology releases negatively charged water-wrapped ions into the cabin, which purify the air and eliminate odour in the cabin. They also deodorise the vehicle seats and roof lining, and have a moisturizing effect on skin and hair — definitely a technology well-deserving of an award.

This was the first ever Automotive Interiors Expo Awards, with a judging panel made up of leading European journalists.

[Source: AIE Via: Lexus Europe]

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    Mike DeLorca
  • June 14, 2012
Great addition the LEXUS World First list that I like to see.....I am sure this will be one of the added features that LEXUS can boast about on the new generation LS coming soon.......can't wait !
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  • June 14, 2012
We need NanoE here in North America!