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Faurecia and FAW Group ink cockpit and sustainable mobility agreement – Faurecia FAW Group sustainable mobility agreement

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Faurecia and FAW Group ink cockpit and sustainable mobility agreement

Faurecia FAW Group sustainable mobility agreement Global supplier Faurecia has signed a strategic partnership framework agreement with leading Chinese automaker FAW Group to develop, the pair said in a statement, “cockpit of the future technologies and sustainable mobility solutions”.

Within this strategic cooperation, several fields have been defined:

  • Develop cockpit of the future solutions and services for a personalised and intelligent user experience in particular for the Hongqi (Red Flag) luxury FAW brand. In addition, the two groups will cooperate on the industrial design and perceived quality for this brand
  • Develop connected, versatile and predictive seat solutions for different use cases and driving mode scenario
  • Provide zero emission and air quality technologies for commercial and passenger vehicles in the fields of battery pack and fuel cell systems and lightweight composite solutions

Faurecia CEO Patrick Koller said: “We are very honoured to have signed this strategic partnership with FAW, a leading OEM with a strong desire to disrupt the Chinese automotive industry.

“Faurecia is uniquely positioned to provide smart, predictive and connected technologies for a unique user experience. This collaboration will continue to reinforce our intimacy and collaboration with Chinese OEMs.”

According to just-auto‘s QUBE database, China’s privately owned but state-controlled FAW Group Corporation, along with its subsidiaries, designs, develops, manufactures, and sells passenger cars, trucks, and buses. The Changchun-based company offers light, medium, and heavy-duty trucks; automobiles; city buses and luxury tourist coaches; bus chassis; mini-vehicles; SUVs and pickups; limousines; and components and parts.

China FAW Group Corporation was formerly known as First Automotive Works. FAW Group has three stockmarket listed subsidiaries: FAW Car Company; Tianjin FAW Xiali (50% ownership since 2002) and Changchun FAWAY Automobile Components. FAW makes vehicles under the Besturn, FAW, Oley and Hongqi brands. Tianjin FAW Xiali builds Tianjin and Xiali branded products and operates the Tianjin FAW Toyota joint venture.

As well as Toyota products, FAW also manufactures Volkswagen and Audi products in China under separate joint ventures, while the company’s FAW Mazda and FAW Hainan divisions are respectively a joint venture and an alliance with Mazda.

FAW Group was established in 1953. In 2017, annual sales passed 3m units.

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