Halla Visteon Climate Control Corp. (HVCC) is supplying technologies to support the world’s first mass-produced hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle manufactured by Hyundai Motor Group. HVCC is a 70-percent owned subsidiary of Visteon Corporation.
According to ABI Research, in-vehicle wearable integration is the latest trend in automotive with announcements following each other in quick succession:
- Harman’s ADAS Google Glass integration,
- Hyundai’s Blue Link Glassware application,
Verizon Enterprise Solutions has signed an agreement with Hyundai Motor America to provide a range of connected services, including safety, security, diagnostics and infotainment to Hyundai vehicles starting in 2014.
Hyundai’s cloud-based Blue Link platform makes features like remote start and service information accessible through new devices like Google Glass.
Leak detectors developed by INFICON power many of the new leak detection systems available for automakers and their suppliers.
The connected car presents automakers with significant opportunities for generating new revenue streams, gaining a better understanding of customer behaviour via data analytics, and enriching the overall in-vehicle and ownership experience.
BorgWarner supplies turbocharging technology for Hyundai’s new 1.6-liter turbocharged gasoline direct injection (T-GDI) engine.