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Experience Diverse Information Display Solutions

Visteon's range of information displays incorporates sleek design, craftsmanship and touch capability that appeals to today’s tech­savvy consumer, while delivering high­performing displays for the demanding automotive environment. Visteon has a history of supplying industry­first technology to help automakers launch class­leading features across a range of vehicle segments.

Demonstrating OpenAir® Audio and Infotainment Capabilities

The OpenAir® brand of connected premium audio and infotainment products delivers affordable multi-device connectivity with superior performance and features. OpenAir® helps automakers understand how drivers use their infotainment systems and opens the door for the introduction of new services and applications.


India Press Conveys CEO’s Vision for Growth

The editor-in-chief of Auto Tech Review (ATR), Deepangshu Dev Sarmah, investigates what the next 10 years will hold for Visteon and how the newly streamlined company can help shape the landscape of connected cockpit technology by emerging as a “mega supplier” in its six key product categories: Instrument clusters, center information displays, infotainment systems, audio, telematics and head-up displays.


Changing Your View of What’s Cool in Displays

Where would you look for the coolest innovations in display screens? Your laptop or fitness bracelet? Probably not. Your new smartphone? Maybe. What about your car’s instrument panel? You may be surprised to find that the latest screens on your dashboard are among the most exciting and versatile displays anywhere.



Visteon Multi-Layer Display Cluster Concept

This concept enables distinctive, visually striking 3-D graphics using two displays in one instrument cluster – a traditional thin-film transistor (TFT) in the back and transparent display in the front. The physical separation of the displays enables the user to see images on two distinct planes, providing a sense of depth which allows for more effective visualization of important driver information elements.



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