Visteon and Boston Acoustics Bring Branded Audio to Other Chrysler Vehicles

Date: 26 February 2004
Source: Visteon
The Visteon/Boston Acoustics partnership is yielding new branded audio business for the Chrysler Group.The result of the Visteon/Boston Acoustics partnership is currently a custom-designed, engineered and equalized Boston Acoustics-branded audio system.

Today, the system is offered as standard equipment or as a factory- installed upgrade option on the Chrysler Group Chrysler 300, and Dodge Magnum. This announcement marks the supplier team's second business win announcement with the Chrysler Group.

"We're experts in sound management and automotive acoustics. Visteon's partnership with Boston Acoustics enhances the Chrysler Groups' ability to offer high-quality premium audio known as the 'Boston Sound,'" said Michael Johnston, Visteon president and chief operating officer.

Visteon and Boston Acoustics announced their first business win in 2002 to support the new Chrysler 300 and the Dodge Magnum.

"We're pleased with the growth of our audio business with the Chrysler Group. We believe this signals growing customer confidence in the innovation and expertise brought to market through the Visteon-Boston Acoustics relationship," said Visteon's Vice President and DaimlerChrysler Customer Business Group General Manager Julie Fream.

600450 Visteon and Boston Acoustics Bring Branded Audio to Other Chrysler Vehicles
Date: 26 February 2004
Source: Visteon

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