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PowerPoint Presentation

3rd Dec 2015

Automotive World Megatrends-Connected Cars Amit Jain- Visteon India

Strictly Private and Confidential

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AgendaPage 2

Power of NowIn-car connectivity The Connected Car OEM challengesWhat the future holds

Connected EvolutionPage 3

ConnectedDriverConnectedCar

Cars with Automated functionsAutonomousCar

People want to be connected inside CAR Page 4

And they know it can be FATAL!

Solution? Connected CockpitPage 5

The need for being connected will automatically drive connected solutions they will soon be hygiene

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Connected EvolutionPage 6

ConnectedDriverConnectedCar

Cars with Automated functionsAutonomousCar

Connected Car AdoptionPage 7

Regulations

OEMConnected Car

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Case for Regulations ?Page 8

Connected Car Regulations Really ?Page 9

AIR BAGSABSCRASH

Connected Car - OEM ChallengesPage 10

Complexity, Cost

Rate of increase of innovation of CE industry

Consumer willingness to Pay

Uncertainty around Customer Perceived Value and Needs

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Complexity of Cockpit ElectronicsPage 11

Independent devices landscapeCenter Stack with Infotainment Head Unit ControllerDisplay / (Touch)

InstrumentCluster

Head-up Display

Mobile Device

ADAS Input Sensors

Body Control Module

The Cloud

RSE Display

Navigation with real time trafficConnectivity / hands freeVoice recognition Telematics / cloud services Radio (tuner)Audio (amplifier and speakers)Music and video playbackSmart Phones: iPhones, Android Devices, Blackberries, etc.Tablets: iPads, Rim Playbook, Samsung Galaxy Tab, etc.Music devices: iPod, etcRadar, front, rear, sideCamera-front, rear, sideLane departure warningPark assistBlind spot detectionDistance warningDrowsiness monitorNight visionAdaptive cruise controlPower seats, trunk, doorsTire pressure monitoringElectric mirrorsWindow liftElectric sunroofRemote keyless entryPassive Antitheft requires increased interaction among devices and with the driver Strictly Private and Confidential

TelematicsControlUnit

One of the biggest Challenges- Clock Speed delta between Car & CEPage 12Typical automotive PROGRAM TIMELINE

RFQ/Specs

Development

-1 year2-3 years

SOP

Production3-5 years2010

2015

But In 3 years,Look how things change in the CE worldPhoneTabletLaptopAs a result of this dynamic, 85% of consumers would be willing to pay an additional $150 just to have the option to upgrade their vehicle electronics

Vehicle development cycles are 3-4 years vs. typical consumer electronics development times of 18 months (or significantly less)

Understand what provides more valuePage 13

ValueUniqueness

Need for credible use cases !

What does the near future hold for India?

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Driving The Evolution 4 Corner StonesPage 15

Design to Adapt

Current or Planned Product

20252020201720142014201720202025

3G TCURemote CCSAppKey FobMultiCastFOTA5G TCUCarPlayGoogleOAAWireless ChargingNFCConnectedADASDigitalClusterSmartBodyControllerCloudServicesWireless Gateway4G WiFITCUWVGADisplaysDynamic SecurityFirewallHypervisorV2XTCUAutonomousVehicleControllerHyperConnectivityIntelligentTransportationSystemADASSensorFusionConnectedInfotainmentICPVoiceControlsHapticFeedbackRemoteHMI ControllerPrecisionMechanicalLargeHUDAugmentedRealityProximitySensingGestureControlsCockpitDomainControllerPlug & Play HardwareSmartJunctionBoxEnhancedCIDOpenSourceSoftwareNaturalLanguageMobilePersonalizationAdaptiveLearningArtificialIntelligenceEyeTrackingSmartAntenna

AutoEthernetMultiModalHMIDual LayerDisplayUI.CockpitSW & HWVirtualizationBiometricFeedback3DAudioZonesActiveNoise CancellationHeadTrackingHMIAbstractionMorphingSurfacesFreeformDisplayEnterpriseSecurityDataAnalyticsSuperIntegration

Technology FeatureWearableIntegrationADAS+Multi Domain Multi CoreContextualHMICognitiveOperationsController

D3COS

PartialAutonomous

User Interaction

Cockpit Convergence

User Experience

Flexible Graphics Engine

MultiThreadFeatures

SmartCoreFrameworkSocialDigitalDashboardConnected World

MultiModeRadio

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Design to AdaptPage 16

Design to SOP

SOP

EOLDesired User Experience

Design to Adapt

SOP

EOLDesired User Experience

Design to Fit

SOP

EOLDesired User Experience

(Today)(The Future)(Tomorrow)

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SmartCore

Enables multiple domains to run on a single hardware platform

Extended virtualization, flexible graphics engine and scalable framework are core Visteon technologies

Enhanced personalization and prioritization of critical information for the driver

Reduces cost and complexity: hardware, system, operational and organizationalNumber of CoresCapability

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Cockpit Module ConsolidationIndustry-first automotive grade cockpit domain controller solutionIn-house development of hypervisor technologyVisteon in unique position to integrate multiple domainsOpportunity to save $175* in total cost of ownership per vehicle for mid-range cockpit ECUs

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* Source: RolandBerger Consolidation in Vehicle Electronic Architectures, July 2015.SmartCore Improves Every Aspect of the Cockpit Experience, Including Graphic Display Resolution and Security, and Provides a Compelling Value Proposition to the OEMVisteon SmartCore Technology

Head-Up Display (HUD)Telematics Control Unit (TCU)InfotainmentInstrument ClusterFour Separate SystemsOne Integrated System (SmartCoreTM)1234

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Visteon Today

$3.0 BConsolidatedsales11,000Employees9 of 10Major vehiclemanufacturers25Productionsites9Techcenters14Customercenters19CountriesCreating the Cockpit Electronics User Experience

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Transforming the Vehicle Cockpit ExperienceSmartCoreTMToday, automakers generally offer consumers cockpit electronics products separately, but that is expected to transform to a holistic experience driven from an integrated, single device. Electronic module consolidation will bring new opportunities to enhance the user experience for driver-driven vehicles, semi-autonomous vehicles, and eventually fully autonomous vehicles.

2016 Consumer Electronics Show PreviewContextual User Experience CockpitThis demonstrator features the best embodiment of cutting-edge HMI input technologies converging into a unique, interactive cockpit experience. The user interface features high-probability predictive options based on contextual and historical user data (instead of a full hierarchical menu).

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www.visteon.com

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