The average General Motors Corp. vehicle has an astounding $3,000 worth of content from Delphi Automotive Systems, the world's largest supplier that was cut free from GM six months ago. While Delphi has an aggressive goal to expand its non-GM business, it sees potential to expand sales to its former parent as well, especially through the growing electronics market and emerging technologies such as direct gasoline injection. Expanding the $3,000 figure is the mission of Delphi's newest ...
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