Delphi wants to be at the center of the auto industryâ€™s transformation and the global automotive supplier has been moving away from traditional powertrain technologies to connectivity, automation and electrical vehicle architectures. The core strategy revolves around the companyâ€™s aim to build â€œsafe, green and connectedâ€ products and systems. â€œWeâ€™re taking our whole hardware portfolio Read More..
Delphi intends to call its soon-to-be-independent electrical and electronics division “Aptiv,” as the US-based automotive supplier group moves to spin off its powertrain operations into a separate company. Aptiv will be headed by the combined group’s current CEO, Kevin Clark, while a slimmed down powertrain company called Delphi Technologies will have as its CEO Liam Read More..
Delphi is taking minority interests in two Israeli companies, as it moves to strengthen its connected-car related products and services. The US-based automotive supplier said it had signed a commercial partnership agreement with otonomo,Â a specialist in monetizing automotive data by way of a digital marketplace. The tie-upÂ will broaden the range of systems and services DelphiÂ can Read More..
Apple may have scaled back its automotive ambitions, but the company still appearsÂ keen to take part in the transformation of the car industry. In a letter to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Apple is calling for equal treatment of tech companies when they want to test automated driving technologies on public roads. Read More..
Delphi will conduct a mobility-on-demand trial in Singapore, providing a fleet of driverless vehicles for the test and developing a cloud-based software suite for the purpose. The US-based automotive supplier said the test involves an urban, point-to-point, low-speed autonomous-vehicle project in Singapore’s Autonomous Vehicle Test Bed. This is located at a business park in the Read More..
Delphi has appointed Matthew Peterson senior vice president and chief information officer effective February 2. Peterson, who was CIO of supplier TRW from 2009 until 2013, succeeds Tim McCabe, who left Delphi last year. Peterson joins the US based global automotive supplierÂ from Deloitte Consulting, where he was a director in the Â consultancy’s consumer and industrial Read More..
Delphi is about to put its driverless technology to the test when it sends a test vehicle across the US on a 3,500 mile trip. The US automotive supplier said its test vehicle, which it showed at the international CES fair in January, will leave San Francisco on March 22 on its journey eastward. The Read More..
WUPPERTAL, Germany –Delphi will introduce in Europe next year a vehicle diagnostics module that allows car owners to remotely monitor several functions of their car. The unit, which was launched in the US with mobile network operator Verizon recently, will come to market in Europe in 2014. It will likely be sold through a partner Read More..
Delphi Â is making NXP one of its strategic core suppliers as it extends a long-term relationship in automotive electronics. NXP, a Netherlands-based semiconductor group, said a recently signed new agreement with Delphi encompasses a range of automotive semicondocutor applications including infotainment and networking products. Under the pact, Delphi, a major US-based automotive supplier, will start Read More..
Delphi said it had finalized the purchase of FCI Group’s Motorized Vehicles Division (MVL) for 765 million euros. The US automotive supplier said the acquisition will boost its position in a growing automotive market segment. “We have strengthened our market leadership in the global automotive connector industry and positioned Delphi to further benefit from the Read More..