Visteon and HVCC Experts to Present Automotive Electronics and Climate Topics at SAE 2013 World Congress

Visteon and HVCC Experts to Present Automotive Electronics and Climate Topics
                          at SAE 2013 World Congress

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VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP, Mich., April 11, 2013

VAN BUREN TOWNSHIP, Mich., April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Visteon Corporation
(NYSE: VC) will be represented by two of its businesses in technical sessions
at the SAE 2013 World Congress, April 16-18 at Cobo Center in Detroit. Visteon
Electronics and Halla Visteon Climate Control Corp. (HVCC) experts will
present technologies in the categories of Electronics and
Emissions/Environment/Sustainability.

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In the Electronics sessions, Visteon product experts will present technical
papers that address in-vehicle automatic volume leveling and techniques for
ensuring audio signal quality in infotainment systems. Another paper details a
case study using audio infotainment systems to gain visibility control over
final project releases. The final presentation in this category will cover
situations in which real-time traffic information can reduce fuel consumption.

The Emissions/Environment/Sustainability session includes a joint paper by the
National Renewable Energy Laboratory and HVCC that details a new automotive
air conditioning system simulation tool. The final two presentations will be
delivered by HVCC refrigerant systems engineer Yinhua Zheng, who will discuss
vehicle air conditioning system durability and compressor warranty concerns,
and compressor body temperature and lubrication.

Below in chronological order are the scheduled presentations by the Visteon
family of businesses at the SAE 2013 World Congress.

Tuesday, April 16

  o"Assessment of Automatic Volume Leveling for Automotive Sound Systems,"
    Robert Cadena, technical fellow; and Husein Dakroub, electrical design
    engineer – Visteon Corporation – 10:10 a.m., Room D0-04AB.
  o"Ensuring Audio Signal Quality in Automotive Infotainment Systems," Bill
    Whikehart, technical fellow – Visteon Corporation – 10:30 a.m., Room
    D0-04AB.
  o"Gaining Visibility Control over Final Project Releases: A Case Study
    Using Audio Infotainment Systems," Joao Silva, Ph.D., technical fellow –
    Visteon Corporation – 1 p.m., Room D0-06B.

Wednesday, April 17

  oOral presentation only: "An Estimation of the Fuel Consumption Reduction
    from Real-Time Traffic Information," Richard Zerod, technical fellow –
    Visteon Corporation – 1 p.m., Room D0-04AB.
  o"A New Automotive Air Conditioning System Simulation Tool Developed in
    MATLAB/Simulink," Tibor Kiss and Lawrence Chaney, National Renewable
    Energy Laboratory; and John Meyer, Ph.D., technical fellow – Halla Visteon
    Climate Control Corp. – 2 p.m., Room O2-38.

Thursday, April 18

  o"Vehicle Air Conditioning System Durability and Compressor Warranty
    Concern Chance," Yinhua Zheng, refrigerant systems engineer – Halla
    Visteon Climate Control Corp. – 11:20 a.m., Room O2-38.
  o"Compressor Body Temperature and Lubrication," Yinhua Zheng, refrigerant
    systems engineer – Halla Visteon Climate Control Corp. – 3:20 p.m., Room
    O2-37.

About Visteon

Visteon is a leading global automotive supplier delivering value for vehicle
manufacturers and shareholders through a family of businesses including:

  oHalla Visteon Climate Control, majority-owned by Visteon and the world's
    second largest global supplier of automotive climate components and
    systems.
  oVisteon Electronics, a leading supplier of audio and infotainment, driver
    information, center stack electronics and feature control modules.
  oVisteon Interiors, a global provider of vehicle cockpit modules,
    instrument panels, consoles and door trim modules.
  oYanfeng Visteon Automotive Trim Systems Co., Ltd., a successful
    China-based partnership between Visteon and Shanghai Automotive Industry
    Corporation's automotive components group, Huayu Automotive Systems.

Through this family of enterprises, Visteon designs, engineers and
manufactures innovative components and systems for virtually every vehicle
manufacturer worldwide, and these businesses generated $13.8 billion in sales
in 2012, including unconsolidated operations. With corporate offices in Van
Buren Township, Mich. (U.S.); Shanghai, China; and Chelmsford, UK; Visteon has
facilities in 29 countries and employs through its various businesses,
including unconsolidated operations, approximately 55,000 people. Learn more
at www.visteon.com.

SOURCE Visteon Corporation

Website: http://www.visteon.com
Contact: David DeCoste, Visteon - Corporate Innovation, 734-710-5554,
ddecoste@visteon.com, or Jonna Christensen, Visteon Electronics,
44-1245-395038, Jchris18@visteon.com, Tracy Stallings, Halla Visteon Climate
Control, 734-710-5585, tstallin@hvccglobal.com