Visteon Experience, Innovation and Research Help Distinguish New Vehicles Showcased at Chicago Auto Show

Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC) applies its experience, innovation and consumer research to deliver a variety of distinctive features that help differentiate several customers' new 2004 and 2005 models showcased at the Chicago Auto Show.

The challenge is to understand each automaker's design intent and brand image for each vehicle, then deliver innovative technology quickly.Visteon is uniquely positioned to deliver fast and flexibly on innovations that help a vehicle stand out from the crowd.

Visteon's products on these new models appeal to three of the five human senses: sight, sound and touch. The senses are reached through products from branded audio systems to instrument panels, driver information centers and exterior lighting.

600450 Visteon Experience, Innovation and Research Help Distinguish New Vehicles Showcased at Chicago Auto Show
Date: 6 February 2004
Source: Visteon

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