Volvo has extended its partnership with Mitsubishi Electric to develop infotainment technology for its next-generation of models.
Mitsubishi Electric will supply the central module and be the main supplier for the overall infotainment system in Volvo cars.
Volvo said the deal was put together in order to “spearhead” the development of future connectivity features in new cars.
Stefan Jacoby, president and CEO of Volvo Car Corporation, said: “We design our cars around people's needs and lifestyle. The extended co-operation with Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, who have been a supplier to Volvo Car Corporation for many years, paves the way for integrating new, user-friendly infotainment and connectivity features in our cars.”