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Aptiv to supply cockpit controller to Great Wall's crossovers, SUVs
Automotive News China | 2018/8/7

Vehicle connectivity parts supplier Aptiv has landed a deal to provide its integrated cockpit controller for the next-generation crossovers and SUVs Great Wall Motors will roll out under its Haval and Wey brands.

The controller uses a single-chip central computing platform to power multiple cockpit dashboards including the instrument panel, head-up display and central stack.

The integration allows the controller to improve dashboard display graphics, reduce mass and increase computing speeds, Aptiv said.

The controller will be built in China for Great Wall.

Aptiv, headquartered in Dublin, was spun off from U.S. supplier Delphi Automotive last year. It has about 150,000 employees and operates in 45 countries.

Great Wall, in the north China city of Baoding, is Chinas largest light truck maker. It distributes crossovers and SUVs under the mass-market Haval brand and premium Wey brand as well as pickups under the Wingle brand. 

In the first half of this year, Great Walls sales rose 2.3 percent year on year to 471,525 vehicles.


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