USA: Visteon joins General Motors to introduce first DVD rear seat entertainment system
Visteon Corporation (NYSE: VC - news) has teamed up with General Motors Corporation to introduce the automotive industry's first family of vehicles to feature digital versatile disc (DVD) rear seat entertainment systems. "Our new family of midsize SUVs (sport utility vehicles) coming to the market in early 2001 will incorporate state-of-the art technology throughout -- including the industry's first factory-installed DVD system," said Tom Wallace, vehicle-line executive, GM Midsize Trucks. "Through a collaborative effort with Visteon, we're taking in-vehicle entertainment to the next level. And the customer wins with a system that has great visual quality, versatility and convenience."
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