Stellantis and technology manufacturing firm Foxconn have teamed up to create a new company designed to supply semiconductors to the automotive industry.
Newly-created SiliconAuto will look to start providing semiconductors from 2026, helping to deliver chips for ‘the growing number of computer-controlled features and modules, particularly those needed for electric vehicles’.
The parts created by SiliconAuto will be used both by Foxconn and Stellantis as well as ‘other customers’ though specific users of these semiconductors haven’t been stated.
Ned Curic, Stellantis chief technology officer, said: “Stellantis will benefit from a robust supply of essential components, which…
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