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Aptiv to supply advanced driver-assistance system to GAC's electrified vehicles

Aptiv will provide an advanced driver-assistance system for Guangzhou Automobile Group Co.’s electrified vehicles.

The system features cameras and frontal vision that Aptiv, a producer of electric architecture and autonomous-vehicle systems, has jointly developed with its Israeli peer, Mobileye.

The system also features forward and corner radar, an active safety multi-domain controller, driver-state monitoring and all the required software and algorithms, Aptiv said.

Aptiv, headquartered in Dublin, was spun off from U.S. supplier Delphi Automotive last year. It operates in 45 countries with roughly 150,000 employees.

GAC established an electrified vehicle unit in July 2017. The unit is now constructing a 4.7 billion-yuan ($686 million) assembly plant in the south China city of Guangzhou.

The factory, due to start production in 2019, will have capacity to produce 200,000 vehicles a year. It will initially produce a full electric crossover, a plug-in hybrid crossover and a plug-in hybrid sedan.

Aptiv is stepping up efforts to woo domestic Chinese automakers. Earlier this month, it secured a contract to supply integrated cockpit controllers for Great Wall Motor Co.’s next-generation of crossovers and SUVs.

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