Forvia and Chery to jointly develop intelligent cockpits
With global demand for smart vehicle cockpits rising, Forvia and Chinese carmaker Chery will develop software dedicated to smart cockpits and a platform integrating Forvia’s products and technologies.
Forvia, the world's seventh largest supplier of automotive technology, and Chery, the leading Chinese car manufacturer, have signed a strategic cooperation agreement for a long-term partnership in various fields, with a particular focus on the development of intelligent cockpits.
The automotive industry is in the midst of a technological revolution, with a growing demand for smart cockpits. To strengthen their leading position in this highly competitive market, Forvia and Chery will intensify their collaboration in the design and development of complete solutions for intelligent cockpits.
This partnership between the companies will develop software dedicated to smart cockpits and a platform integrating Forvia's products and technologies. These elements will be integrated into Chery vehicles to provide a consistent user experience, both inside and outside the vehicle.
“China is a key pillar of Forvia's global presence, with nearly 30,000 employees at 95 locations in 30 cities. A technological stronghold, China is at the heart of innovation in the field of electric mobility. Our 30-year adventure in China shows our proximity, understanding and ability to adapt to local needs. Forvia has a vision focused on sustainability, connectivity and personalization, in harmony with the very dynamic Chinese market. We are proud to strengthen our cooperation with CHERY, a key partner, to jointly promote innovation and progress,” said Patrick Koller, Managing Director of Forvia.
“We are pleased to deepen the strategic cooperation with Forvia. At a time when Chery is focusing on the development of intelligent cockpits, Forvia has been able to provide it with state-of-the-art technologies and strong innovation capabilities in this field. Thanks to the synergies and complementarity of our two companies, we will together offer smarter mobility experiences,” commented Yin Tongyue, President of Chery.
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