Visteon Corp. loses its contract with General Motors Corp. to be the interior integrator for a future generation of small cars. GM says the business now will go to Magna International Inc.’s Intier Automotive unit, which already is managing interiors for GM’s fullsize SUVs. The auto maker wanted to work with fewer interior integrators, says a spokeswoman. Visteon won the contract in January. GM’s other interior integrators are Johnson Controls Inc., Lear Corp. and Venture Industries. Dana ...
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