VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP, MI – In-vehicle infotainment touchscreens are nothing new, but Visteon says its OEM customers are looking for something more. “A lot of our customers are looking for a high-quality, high-craftsmanship look (to touchscreens) and don’t want to see the display poke through,” James Kornacki, global platform and subsystem development manager-center-stack electronics, tells WardsAuto in a recent interview here. To satisfy customer demand, the ...
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