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Delphi Technologies sees gasoline, diesel and electrification systems driving China growth, says CEO Butterworth

SHANGHAI – Delphi Technologies sees three major product systems categories driving its growth in China: gasoline, diesel and electrification, according to CEO Liam Butterworth. Butterworth made the comments at the company’s media roundtable held in Shanghai on March 13. “While we don’t disclose numbers for China, three major products capture

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Continental-CITC JV looks to become global top three 48V battery systems supplier by 2025

SHANGHAI – Continental and Chinese automotive supplier and battery manufacturer Sichuan Chengfei Integration Technology Co., Ltd. (CITC) has established a joint venture through their respective subsidiaries for the development and production of 48V battery systems, and the partners wants it to become one of the top three suppliers in that

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China must consider consumer acceptance, sustainability and enjoyable mobility over fuel ban

TIANJIN – Banning traditional fossil fuel vehicles maybe the long-term trend in various countries including China but issues such as consumer acceptance, sustainability and enjoyable mobility must be considered when deciding on a timeline to do so, according to Young-Ho Lee, CEO of GETRAG Asia Pacific, Magna Powertrain. Lee made

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MAS@Shanghai 0913 recap: 48V mild hybrid vs. traditional stop-start applicatio

SHANGHAI – Challenging CO2 targets require further fuel efficient vehicle functionality beyond known stop-start applications, and 48V applications can support active coasting and recuperation and thus significantly reduce CO2 emissions, serving as an attractive solution to serve China’s future fuel efficiency requirements. That was the conclusion from CBU/CAR’s Monthly Automotive Salon

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Smart EVs to drive Made-in-China 2025 (II)

With a theme of “Smart EV: How it Defines Made-In-China 2025,” CBU’s 21st annual international conference was held in Beijing on May 24-25 in association with CCPIT-Auto. The one-and-a-half-day event featured 18 speakers from Chinese and global OEMs, suppliers, new startups, industry think tanks and consultancies who shared their insights

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Hella looking to China as home market and grow with Chinese customers

BEIJING – Germany lighting systems and electronics supplier Hella is looking to China as its home market and grow together with Chinese customers, according to Frank Petznick, executive vice president of Electronics China and member of the executive board of Electronics for Hella. Petznick made the comments at Hella’s media

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