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The idea is to better respond to industry shifts to electric and self-driving vehicles

The breakup would follow an industry trend.

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They're driving to set destinations, but not on any set route

They're driving to set destinations, but not on any set route

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Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."

Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."

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Magna will help mass-produce the technology.

Magna will help mass-produce the technology.

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Self-driving vehicles will be available on-demand in Normandy and Paris-Saclay.

The partners plan to provide their technology globally.

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Delphi also wants to work with automakers on future products.

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But there's still money to be made by tech companies in the automotive world.

Tech companies are getting realistic about the automotive segment.

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The pilot program will extend to North America and Europe later this year.

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GM, Jeep among others that've tried out mild-hybrid powertrains.

Two unidentified OEMs sign up for Delphi's mild-hybrid system, which can cut emissions by acting like a start-stop powertrain.

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Delphi Will Showcase Advanced Communication System At CES

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.

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Delphi Will Introduce New Eye Glance Technology At CES

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.

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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.

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Engineers Collected Three Terabytes Worth Of Data During Adventure

Last week, Delphi's autonomous car became the first to complete a coast-to-coast trip across the United States. Here's what the company learned about its vehicle.

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Drivers Were Idle For More Than 98 Percent Of Vehicle's Journey

In the first trip across the United States ever made by an autonomous car, engineers from Delphi Automotive were surprised to learn that, in some cases, their vehicle behaved a lot like a human driver.

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Supplier Wants To Showcase Its Semi-Autonomous Safety Technology

Delphi is attempting to become the first company to pilot an automated car across the United States.

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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, the actual recall for the parts wasn't announced until two months later in February 2014, and it had to be expanded several times afterwards to cover an incre

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At times, the proceedings took a more conciliatory tone than previous hearings.

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Investigations into the General Motors ignition switch recall continue on Capitol Hill this week, as two of the central figures in the legal nightmare testified before a congressional hearing for the first time.