Faurecia in Auburn Hills Partners With Chinese Automobile Manufacturer


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Faurecia in Auburn Hills has partnered with FAW Group, a Chinese automobile manufacturer, to develop cockpit of the future technologies and sustainable mobility solutions.

Photo courtesy of Faurecia

Auburn Hills’ Faurecia, an automotive technology company, today signed a strategic partnership framework agreement with FAW Group, a leading Chinese automobile manufacturer, to develop cockpit of the future technologies and sustainable mobility solutions.

“We are very honored to have signed this strategic partnership with FAW, a leading OEM with a strong desire to disrupt the Chinese automotive industry,” says Patrick Koller, CEO of Faurecia. “Faurecia is uniquely positioned to provide smart, predictive, and connected technologies for a unique user experience. This collaboration will continue to reinforce our intimacy and collaboration with Chinese OEMs.”

Several fields have been defined within the cooperation, including developing cockpit of the future solutions and services for a personalized and intelligent user experience, in particular for the Hongqi (Red Flag) luxury FAW brand, as well as the industrial design and perceived quality for this brand; developing connected, versatile, and predictive seat solutions for different use cases and driving mode scenarios; and providing zero-emission and air-quality technologies for commercial and passenger vehicles in the fields of battery pack and fuel cell systems and lightweight composite solutions.

FAW Group manufactures cars, trucks, and buses. It was established in 1953 and is one of China’s largest automotive groups. Faurecia was founded in 1997 and has 290 sites, including 30 R&D centers, and 109,000 employees in 35 countries. Its global headquarters are in France.

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