NEW YORK – Adding vehicle platforms, mainly from foreign auto makers, will spur growth of Autoliv Electronic’s night-vision system to about 350,000 units globally by 2015, says Richard Seoane, general manager of the supplier’s night-vision division. So far, the Detroit Three appear less willing to jump onboard with the technology, Seoane tells Ward’s in an interview at the New York auto show. Ford has shown some interest, but has not yet announced any applications, he says. Chrysler and ...

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