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HELLA Innovision 2022 Highlights Emerging Technologies

The event was held for 60 key customers from 15 countries in North, Central and South America.

HELLA Aftermarket hosted INNOVISION  2022 – Americas for its 60 key customers from 15 countries in North, Central and South America presenting the technologies of tomorrow – digitalization of lighting, automated driving, brake systems, diagnostic solutions, clean mobility solutions and seating from FORVIA. The event was held at the Porsche Experience Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

INNOVISION  2022 – Americas presented the latest innovative solutions from the HELLA Group and FAURECIA together operating under the overreaching umbrella brand FORVIA.

HELLA pointed to automated driving, digitalization and connectivity, efficiency and electronic mobility, and individualization as the current trends in the automotive industry, all of which pose challenges to shops and aftermarket partners since vehicles are becoming increasingly complex.

“Huge pleasure for Hella Automotive Sales, to host the first ever Innovision Americas,” said Fred Snow, president of HELLA Inc. “The perfect avenue to introduce key customers and internal partners to Forvia’s innovations. We are creating the technology of tomorrow – today. Big thanks to Porsche North America for allowing us to use their amazing HQ and customer experience center. Porsche has been an amazing partner over the years, with Hella being a supplier since day one with the 356. Today, Porsche is an early adopter of state-of-the-art technology from Forvia, making it the perfect venue.”

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