Visteon Highlights Leading Technologies on Production and Concept Vehicles

Visteon Corporation highlighted its leading technologies and capabilities on current production vehicles and concept demonstration vehicles during a technical overview led by John Kill, vice president of product development for Visteon, at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center.

At the technical overview, presented to a select group of journalists attending the 2004 SAE World Congress, Kill introduced the seven global directors of Visteon's product line teams.The PLT leaders are: Ron Andrade, director, innovation and advanced business; Joy Greenway, director, powertrain; Jean de Montlaur, director, interiors; Randy Sanders, director, chassis; Dieter Schaper, director, exterior; Wolfgang Schramm, director, climate; and Martin Thoone, director, electronics.

With this team of experienced, global leaders, Visteon's customer-facing structure is well positioned to understand every automaker's design intent and brand image for each vehicle. Visteon's PLT leaders are committed to technology in a fast, flexible and flawless manner.

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