First appearance at the show under the umbrella brand FORVIA: HELLA and Faurecia jointly presented technologies for tomorrow’s mobility in Japan

Lippstadt/Yokohama – Following the successful takeover of HELLA by Faureciathe two companies made their first joint appearance at a motor show under the new FORVIA umbrella brand.

As a factual group, HELLA and Faurecia, with approximately 150,000 employees, is the world’s seventh largest automotive supplier and one of the world’s market leaders in high-growth technology areas. To this year Automotive Engineering Fairwhich took place in Yokohama, Japanfrom 25 to May 27, 2022 and which is one of the leading industry fairs in the Asian region, they presented for the first time technologies for safe, sustainable, advanced and personalized mobility under a common stand concept. The approximately 100 square meter stand was designed in the stylistic colors blue and white, which characterize the new brand identity of the umbrella brand FORVIA. In total, around 1,000 customers, business partners and other guests visited the FORVIA stand.

‘This year, the motor show of Japan was very special for us. For the first time since the start of the Corona pandemic, it was able to take place again in physical form. Importantly, it was also the first trade show in the world that we attended with a specially designed FORVIA stand,” said Lonny Poussin, general manager of HELLA Japan. “This allowed us not only to take another important step in our common history, but above all to convince many local and regional customers of the powerful technological portfolio of the FORVIA Group.’

At the show, HELLA and Faurecia showcased a variety of different technology highlights for future automotive trends. From the HELLA portfolio, exhibits included 77 GHz radar sensors, an indispensable key component for automated driving, as well as the structure-borne sound sensor SHAKE and many other sensors that make driving safer, more efficient and more comfortable. In the field of electromobility, one of the main topics of the fair was the 12V Li-ion battery. This is used in electric vehicles for quiescent current and redundant power; in vehicles with thermal or hybrid engines, it can also replace the lead-acid battery. HELLA also presented the innovative Coolant Control Hub, the first product of its kind to combine all the functions necessary for efficient thermal management of electric vehicles in a single system.

Faurecia show presentation focusing on automotive seats and interior components, among others, as well as a tank system for light commercial vehicles that stores hydrogen gas at 70 megapascals, with a 15-20% weight reduction thanks to the optimization of carbon fiber structure and a maximum mass density of 7%, a lightweight and efficient tank design and storage system. Additionally, screens with advanced image processing technology have been introduced which maintain visibility even in direct sunlight and contribute to reduced power consumption. Other highlights included camera-based systems that monitor the status of vehicle occupants to promote safe driving, and cameras with proprietary technology such as Electronic Mirrors and Surround View that ensure safety around the vehicle. vehicle.

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