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Visteon to provide SmartCore cockpit domain controller to Geely for new EV platform

Visteon Corporation will provide a SmartCore-based integrated cockpit domain controller (earlier post) to Geely Auto for its new electric vehicle platform.

The SmartCore system for Geely will integrate Geely’s GKUI intelligent ecosystem service solution for advanced cloud-based infotainment capabilities in addition to instrument cluster and head-up display features.

This is another milestone for SmartCore, the industry’s first cockpit domain controller technology platform, which launched earlier this year with a global automaker based in Europe and will be featured on several additional vehicle programs to be introduced over the next several years.

SmartCore offers a cockpit computer solution that integrates instrument cluster, infotainment and other emerging technologies for the cockpit on a single system-on-chip (SOC).

Geely’s new pure-electric modular vehicle platform will play an important role in the Group’s new-energy strategy, which includes introduction of various levels of products, across several vehicle types and two brands: Geely and Lynk & Co. Data on this new platform is free and open, helping reduce research and development investment, save procurement costs and shorten cycle times. The SmartCore-based cockpit controller is the first integrated domain controller solution that Geely has adopted for its vehicles.

Drivers and passengers of Geely electric vehicles will benefit from an enhanced instrument cluster, GKUI intelligent travel ecosystem and infotainment experience, boosted by a single seamless human machine interface, offering access to multiple levels of information.


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