Faurecia on board
1 in 3 vehicles in the world is equipped by Faurecia, here are some examples…
The DS4, launched in early 2021, is equipped with solutions provided by Faurecia’s Interiors, Seating and Clean Mobility Business Groups. The luxury SUV features Faurecia’s SmartVent ®, a breakthrough solution for discreetly integrated thermal management, as well as interior parts made from the sustainable NAFILean ® biocomposite; the seat foams, headrests, integrated ventilation, and the back seats’ frame; and aftertreatment and acoustic solutions.
Stellantis’ new zero-emission ranges of light commercial vehicles will be equipped with Faurecia’s hydrogen storage systems, as well as fuel cell stacks through Symbio, Faurecia’s joint venture with Michelin. The hydrogen storage systems will be manufactured at Faurecia’s dedicated global center of excellence in Bavans, France.
The award-winning Peugeot 208 is equipped with solutions from our Seating, Interiors, and Clean Mobility activities. The 208 features interior components including the instrument panel, center console and floor insulators. We also supply the front and rear seats and exhaust cold and hot ends for the gasoline and diesel powertrains.
We provide our Decovent solution for Hyundai’s full-size luxury sedan, the Genesis G80. The innovative ventilation system with a radically altered internal structure expands the technological and aesthetic possibilities in the cockpit.
The Chevrolet Silverado is equipped with our complete exhaust line (hot end and cold end). Our clean mobility technologies help lower emissions for internal combustion engines with lightweight fuel economy and aftertreatment solutions.
Our clean mobility solutions are integrated in the Ferrari F8 Tributo’s exhaust. The F8 Tributo has the distinction of being the first Ferrari vehicle to incorporate a particle filter in its exhaust system.
Our instrument panels and door panels, as well as seating solutions, are integrated into the iconic Ford F150, the best-selling vehicle in the United States.
Faurecia equips the all-electric Kia EV6, voted the European Car of the Year 2022, with its cushion front seat structure. The six finalists in 2022 also feature technologies from Faurecia's Interiors, Seating and Clean Mobility Business Groups.