The dashboard of your car is about to become a video screen — maybe two or three feet wide by a foot or so tall. You may even be able to watch video on it. Or use it as a display for your laptop or tablet. Or use it for live video conferences. Of course, not while you’re driving. Well, unless the car is driving itself.
“The power of this I think comes from being able to show the driver exactly what they need exactly when they need it …”
Visteon Corp. Thursday announced net income of $65 million or $1.29 a share in the second quarter ended June 30, down from $75 million or $1.40 a share a year earlier.
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Visteon Corp. spent a rare sunny February afternoon showing off some of the automotive high technology it showed off last month at the International Consumer Electronics Show, and it was just as impressive the second time around.
The auto supplier Visteon Corp. (NYSE: VC), in collaboration with Cohda Wireless, is providing vehicle-to-vehicle communications equipment for the U.S. Department of Transportation Safety Pilot program, which launched in late August.
Auto supplier Visteon announces that Chairman, President and CEO Don Stebbins has stepped down.
The global automotive supplier Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC) Tuesday unveiled the latest additions to its suite of driver information products.
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