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  • Visteon Confidential

    Amit JainAutomotive Electronics Keynote

    December 2016

  • The Digital Life

    2

    Consumers want the same user experience extended into the car

    100

    2.5

    529

    2.9

    MINUTESper day

    ONLINE

    HOURSper day in a car

    MB/month

    10hours connected

    DEVICES

    Mobile

    Commerce

    In 2016

    CONSUMES

    Wireless Data

    $31B

    GROWING 50% YOY

    29%Would rather leave the house WITHOUT MONEY than their SMARTPHONE

    CARRIES

    SPENDS

  • Electronics Content Per Vehicle Growth

    Electronics Content in India Still 30% of Global

    Connected car drives innovation

    Legislation expected to drive safety

    penetration

    Safety and comfort equipment is

    becoming standard

    01020304050607080

    2015 2020

    5.2%

    7.3%5.1%

    24.0%

    3.8%19.5% 2.2% 3.5%

    Electronic System Demand ($B)

    CAGR

    2015-2020

    Source: Strategy Analytics July 2015

    35% In 2017

    50% In 2030

  • Automotive Electronics Satisfaction Drivers

    Page4

    Customer Perceivable Technology drives Satisfaction Source: JD Power.

    Entertainment and

    Connectivity

    (Infotainment)

    29%

    Driver

    Information

    21%Navigation

    15%

    Comfort and

    Convenience

    26%

    ADAS*

    9%

    Infotainment

    Android Auto / Apple CarPlay

    Radio

    Rear Seat Entertainment

    Impact on Satisfaction from In-Vehicle Technology

    * Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

    Driver Information

    Head-Up Displays

    Instrument Clusters

    Navigation

    Factory Installed Navigation

    Smartphone Navigation Vehicle Interface

    Comfort and Convenience

    Climate Controls

    Customization / Personalization

    Touch Screen Display

  • 3) Shared Mobility

    1) Increased Focus on User Experience 2) High Interest in Cyber Security

    4) ADAS to Autonomous Driving

    Curved Displays, Gesture Support

    ADAS

    Forward Collision Warning

    Lane Departure Warning

    Surround View

    Park Assist

    Autonomous Driving

    V2X

    Driver Monitor

    Night Vision

    Platooning

    High Definition Maps

    Precision Positioning

    2010-2015 2015-2020

    Roadmap for Autonomous Car Technology

    Technology Readiness Roadmap

    Vehicle Network Architecture

    Technology Trends

    Page 5

  • Page 6

    Emerging Trend: Module Consolidation

    ECU Complexity*

    Multi-Core Technology *

    * Source: RolandBerger Consolidation in Vehicle Electronic Architectures, July 2015.

    Software Complexity

    Processing Power Growth at a Tipping Point

  • Page 7

    Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Consolidated System Solutions

    Source: Visteon & Roland Berger

  • Design to Adapt

    Page 8

    Design to SOP

    SOP

    EOL

    Design to Adapt

    SOP

    EOL

    Design to FitSOP

    EOL

    (Today) (The Future)(Tomorrow)

  • Connected services market

    9

    $30B

    by

    2018

    $20B by 2018Revenue from services drives

    rapid growth

    $5Bhardware

    in 2018

    Cost of mobile device security to

    grow to $1.9B by 2015

    60% of warranty

    cost are SW

    FOTA

    Big Data worth

    $1,400

    per vehicleper year

    Embedded and Smartphone

    solutions win

  • Connectivity

    Page 10

  • 11

    Powertrain

  • Safety

    12

  • IOT & Industry 4.0

    Visteon Corporation proprietary13

    Industry 4.0 Responding to Future Challenges

    Robotization

    Materials Management

    DigitizationBig Data

    Management

  • Visteon by the numbers

    14

    A global leader in automotive cockpit electronics delivering a rich, connected cockpit experience for all cars from luxury to entry segment

    Manufacturing locations22

    10,000 Employees

    18 Countries

    Technical centers18

    $3.25B 2015 annual sales

    Company headquartersVan Buren Township,

    Michigan, United States

  • Broadest cockpit electronics portfolio in the industry

    15

    Complete cockpit electronics portfolio positions Visteon well for continued growth

    Instrument

    clusters

    Head-up

    displays

    Information

    displays

    Infotainment

    Audio

    Cockpit domain

    controllers

    Telematics

    1 2

    3 4

  • Next-generation solutions

    16

    App developerfriendly

    Highlysecure

    Fully upgradeable

    Next generation infotainment Phoenix Our approach to autonomous driving

    Fail-safecentralized

    domainhardware

    Open frameworkdesigned foralgorithmicdevelopers

    Neuralnetworks

    Visteon Corporation proprietary Raymond James Technology Conference