Cockpit Module

 Market share and supply status

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ASEAN・India・Korea Mahindra & Mahindra Mahindra Scorpio-N (India) 2022

IAC International Automotive India Pvt., Ltd. - Chakan Plant II

ASEAN・India・Korea Mahindra & Mahindra Mahindra XUV700 (India) 2022

IAC International Automotive India Pvt., Ltd. - Chakan Plant II

ASEAN・India・Korea Tata Altroz (India) 2022

Tata AutoComp Systems Ltd.

Cockpit assembly
Americas Ford Mustang Mach-E (Mexico) 2021

Grupo Antolin-Irausa, S.A.

Cockpit module
Americas GM Cadillac Escalade (USA) 2021

LG Electronics Inc.

Digital cockpit system
Americas Nissan Murano (USA) 2021

Marelli Europe S.p.A. (Formerly Magneti Marelli S.p.A.)

Cockpit module
China SERES AITO Wenjie M7 (China) 2022

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.

Intelligent cockpit system
China GAC Aion Aion V (China) 2021

Marelli Automotive Electronics (Guangzhou) Co. Ltd.(Formerly Magneti Marelli Automotive Electronics (Guangzhou) Co., Ltd.)

Cockpit module
China Tesla China Tesla Model Y (RR) (China) 2021

Shanghai Faurecia Automotive Seating Co., Ltd.

Cockpit module
Europe SEAT Leon (Spain)   2023

Samvardhana Motherson Group

Cockpit module
Europe Opel Astra (Germany) 2022

Yanfeng International Automotive Technology Czechia s.r.o.

Cockpit module
Europe Volkswagen ID. Buzz (Germany) 2022

Compagnie Plastic Omnium SE

Cockpit module
Japan Nissan Ariya 2022

Marelli Corporation (Formerly Calsonic Kansei Corporation)

Cockpit module
Japan Nissan Note 2018

Marelli Corporation (Formerly Calsonic Kansei Corporation)

Cockpit module
Japan Nissan Note e-POWER 2018

Marelli Corporation (Formerly Calsonic Kansei Corporation)

Cockpit module
 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Grupo Antolin-Irausa, S.A. Ctra. Madrid-Irun, Km. 244,8, 09007 Burgos, Spain Major Parts Suppliers image
Continental AG Vahrenwalder Strasse 9, 30165 Hannover, Germany Major Parts Suppliers image
Dongfeng Motor Parts And Components Group Co., Ltd. No.9, West Checheng Road, Shiyan City, Hubei, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Dräxlmaier Group (Fritz Dräxlmaier GmbH & Co. KG) Landshuter Strasse 100, 84137 Vilsbiburg, Germany Major Parts Suppliers image
Faurecia (China) Holding Co., Ltd. No.3438, Yuanjiang Road, Xinzhuang Industrial Park, Shanghai, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Mar 27, 2023

Several South Korean Media sources reported that LG Electronics Inc. (LG Electronics) was certified as the best supplier in the infotainment and telematics categories at General Motors Company’s Supplier of the Year Awards Ceremony. In 2006, the South Korean company began supplying telematics modules to GM. Later, it began delivering 11 core components for the Chevrolet Bolt EV, P-OLED (Plastic Organic Light Emitting Diode) digital cockpit systems for Cadillac, and more. It is the sixth Supplier of the Year award for LG Electronics to receive from the US automaker. (From various releases on March 26, 2023)

Mar 14, 2023

On March 10, Great Wall Motor (GWM) held a conference on practical information about intelligent new energy, where the new Hi4 intelligent 4WD plug-in hybrid technology was launched. The “H”, “i” and “4” stand for “hybrid”, “intelligent” and “4WD system”, respectively. The technology enables experience and performance of a 4WD system at the price and energy consumption of a 2WD system for customers.
The Hi4 technology will be first equipped in new Haval new energy models to be launched in April, and will be fully open-sourced in the future as 4WD will be universally popularized in all GWM new energy products in 2024.
The Hi4 technology features an electric 4WD configuration with dual motors in series and parallel on the front and rear axles, and has a near-perfect 50:50 distribution of axle load that enables the vehicle to have a higher performance ceiling. Coupled with the iTVC (intelligent torque vectoring control) system, the torque of the front and rear axles is intelligently distributed and dynamically adjusted in real time to improve vehicle handling stability, safety and comfort, and users can flexibly match the most suitable working mode in any mobility scenario through intelligent dynamic switching among three engines and nine modes.
The Hi4 technology includes two sets of powertrain with a system power of up to 340kW, covering compact to midsize models. The core components consist of dedicated hybrid engines, front and rear drive module assemblies, and a high-performance power battery. Specifically, the 1.5L and 1.5T hybrid engines can achieve a maximum engineering thermal efficiency of 41.5% and a fuel consumption reduction of 6% to 7%; the front drive module assembly with a transmission efficiency of up to 98% is capable of stutter-free shifting and intelligent work mode switching, enhancing power and comfort; the rear drive module assembly has a motor power of 150kW and a motor efficiency of up to 96.5%; the low-internal-resistance power battery with fast charging is capable of an electric mode range of over 100km.
In addition, at the conference, GWM announced that it has built an industry-leading energy system of “photovoltaics + distributed energy storage + centralized energy storage” and completed the deployment of “solar energy – batteries - hydrogen energy - automotive power” for the whole value chain. For automotive power, it implements a parallel development path of hybrid, battery electric and hydrogen energy; for intelligentization, it will soon launch the V4 cockpit platform with a higher computing power.
From a GWM official website press release, a GWM English press release, and GWM WeChat account press releases 1/2

Mar 06, 2023

On February 28, SAIC GM unveiled information about the interior and intelligent cockpit of the Electra E5, Buick’s first Ultium-based model.
Positioned as a 5-door intelligent battery electric SUV, the Electra E5 follows the PURE Design concept, with a layered suspended interior design. Coupled with a suspended center console, an electronic column shifter and a lightweight seat design, the vehicle integrates sense of technology, sportiness, luxury, and elegance.
The vehicle has a wheelbase of 2,954mm and a rear legroom of 1,030mm, and boasts plenty of storage spaces and a flexible trunk volume ranging from 502L to 1,658L.
The vehicle features Buick’s next-generation VCS intelligent cockpit with a class-exclusive EYEMAX 30-inch integrated 6K curved display with a resolution as high as 6,008 by 934, and supports high-precision multi-touch. It also features a 12.6-inch full-color wide HUD (head-up display) system that supports multiple display modes and automatically adjusts brightness with ambient light, enabling drivers to be informed of important information such as speed, navigation, assisted driving and music entertainment without taking their eyes off the road.
Additionally, the vehicle is equipped with the next-generation VIP intelligent electronic architecture, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 chip, and 5G technologies, and supports OTA parallel update for multiple modules in the vehicle and the latest iteration of the Buick eConnect technology that enables features such as Intelligent Voice Interaction, Wireless CarPlay, and Keyless Entry.
From a SAIC GM press release and an English press release