Visteon to Supply New Peugeot 407

Visteon Corporation has started to deliver to PSA Peugeot Citroen a complete heating and ventilation system (HVAC), an electronic control module for climate unit, air conditioning hoses, and door panel and trim assemblies for the new Peugeot 407 model, to be officially launched in the spring.

The manufacture and supply of components and systems to PSA Peugeot Citroen reflects the integration processes developed by Visteon bringing together the work of the company's development centers and manufacturing units across Europe. In the case of the Peugeot 407 model this includes development of the dual zone HVAC system, which was undertaken at the new climate laboratories at Kerpen (Germany) with production sourced through Visteon plants in France. The electronic control module is being produced at the Cadiz (Spain) plant. Air conditioning hoses are produced in the Czech Republic and the door panel and trim assemblies at Rennes (France) facility. The finished assemblies are then supplied to the PSA Peugeot Citroen receiving area, located close to the Visteon plant.

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