The breakup would follow an industry trend.
They're driving to set destinations, but not on any set route
Magna will help mass-produce the technology.
Nvidia, TomTom, Ford, Daimler among them.
The partners plan to provide their technology globally.
Delphi also wants to work with automakers on future products.
Tech companies are getting realistic about the automotive segment.
The pilot program will extend to North America and Europe later this year.
Two unidentified OEMs sign up for Delphi's mild-hybrid system, which can cut emissions by acting like a start-stop powertrain.
Transportation engineers have started laying the groundwork for a traffic world in which cars communicate with other cars and infrastructure like bridges and traffic lights.
Eye-tracking technology installed in vehicles already allows cars to sense when their drivers are distracted or drowsy and deliver alerts to ensure motorists keep their eyes on the road. One supplier is taking the next step with this fledgling tech.
Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around the California have gotten into accidents since September, when the state began issuing permits for companies to test them on public roads.
It appears that General Motors began preparing for its ignition switch recall far earlier than previously known. According to emails viewed by The Wall Street Journal, a contract worker for the automaker allegedly placed an order for 500,000 replacement ignition switches from Delphi to prepare for the repairs on December 18, 2013. However
At times, the proceedings took a more conciliatory tone than previous hearings.
The Detroit News has lodged another exhibit in the attempt to reconstruct how General Motors used an ignition switch part that might not have met the company's own standards, citing acrimonious relations between it and parts supplier Delphi just after the turn of the mil
General Motors might be facing more bad news related to its recall of 1.6 million cars for faulty ignition switches. It turns out that GM and Delphi Automotive never changed the part number after instituting a fix in 2007. While many of these replacement pieces might not be unsound, it is impossible to know unless they are inspected or have their manufacturing history checked, according to Chris Bruce
General Motors is not obligated to honor a pre-bankruptcy contract between the automaker, its affiliate, Delphi, and the United Auto Workers to cover $450 million in retiree medical benefits, a federal judge says, according to