In Conversation with Visteon India's Aashish Bhatia
Consumer need for an extended mobile phone experience is driving demand for large-sized infotainment screens in cars and Visteon India is eyeing to tap into the market potential with its high-on-tech offerings.
With vehicle cockpits increasingly transforming into entertainment zones on wheels, Visteon India eyes a huge opportunity to supply its technologically-advanced display screens for infotainment and instrument clusters in passenger vehicles. The company is observing strong consumer pull that is driving demand for large-sized screens in cars, and is also bullish about growth in the two-wheeler segment.
Visteon India president Aashish Bhatia talks about the company’s expansion strategy as well as its plans to venture into products for the electric vehicle segment.
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