Lear Corp. celebrates the one-year anniversary of its acquisition of UT Automotive by launching a new concept — “intertronics” — and by announcing a new contract with Ford Motor Co. for electrical distribution, a key technology for the former UTA. Ford has selected Lear to develop the electronics and electrical architecture for a future Ford vehicle. It is not clear where the vehicle will be built, but the technology hails from Lear facilities in Cologne, Germany, and will be produced at ...
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