Aptiv’s unique position as the only provider of both the brain and the nervous system of the vehicle didn’t just happen overnight. Our more recent advances build on a long legacy in the automotive industry, and we have developed and integrated essential capabilities over time. Here are a few key highlights.
As a global technology leader with more than 200,000 people in 50 countries, we work every day to enable new mobility solutions and address mobility's toughest challenges by delivering the software capabilities, advanced computing platforms, and signal and power solutions that make mobility work.
Aptiv acquires Wind River — a global leader delivering software for mission-critical intelligent systems that require the highest levels of security, safety and reliability across a range of industries — and leverages those technologies to enable the software-defined vehicle.
Aptiv acquires Intercable Automotive Solutions to expand our portfolio of optimized and innovative high-voltage architecture solutions that reduce vehicle weight, mass and cost.
Aptiv commits to the UN’s Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and outlines steps to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040.
Aptiv’s Gen 6 ADAS platform provides a solution that is effective in all driving conditions including nighttime, high-contrast lighting, rain, snow, fog and occlusion, while reducing compute demands and cost.
Aptiv officially unveils Smart Vehicle Architecture™ at CES 2020 to answer accelerating consumer demands for features and functions that are increasingly defined by software.
Motional, a joint venture between Aptiv and Hyundai Motor Group, is established to advance the development and commercialization of safe, high-performance autonomous vehicles.
Aptiv delivers the world’s first vehicle infotainment solution powered by Android Automotive OS with Google apps and services built-in.
Aptiv launches a fleet of autonomous vehicles on the Lyft network in Las Vegas using Aptiv’s fully-integrated autonomous driving platform to provide rides to the general public.
Aptiv acquires Winchester Interconnect to enhance our portfolio of mission-critical interconnect solutions for high cost-of-failure applications.
Delphi Automotive becomes Aptiv PLC to unify our capabilities around a common mission: enabling a safer, greener and more connected future of mobility.
Aptiv acquires software startup NuTonomy to add expertise to our team working on robotaxi services.
Recognizing that the traditional approach to vehicle architecture cannot scale, Aptiv announces plans for Smart Vehicle Architecture™, a vehicle-level design philosophy that lowers total cost of ownership while enabling feature-rich, highly automated vehicles over the life of the platform.
Aptiv acquires HellermannTyton to strengthen our leadership position in the automotive electrical architecture market with its innovative cable-management solutions.
Aptiv completes the longest automated vehicle drive ever — traveling nearly 3,400 miles from San Francisco to New York City, with 99 percent of the drive in fully autonomous mode.
Aptiv acquires ControlTec (now Aptiv Connected Services) to unlock the power of data by sifting through large amounts of information to pull the needles of information from the haystack and send them to the cloud.
Aptiv unveils its scalable and flexible approach to advanced safety: Satellite Architecture. This differentiated solution enhances the performance of advanced safety solutions while reducing mass, cost and complexity.
Aptiv leverages 20 years of field-proven expertise in automotive-grade, high-voltage solutions to develop a broad portfolio of vehicle electrification solutions.
Aptiv's Gen 4 ADAS system delivers intelligent 360° perception by fusing input from radars, cameras and other sensors.
Aptiv goes public as Delphi Automotive.