The supplier sees its two sophisticated domain controllers working together in future battery-electric and self-piloting vehicles to improve performance and offer a better user experience for drivers and passengers.
To unlock the vehicle, a driver places a finger on a sensor located on the door handle. The encrypted fingerprint information is identified and delivered to a fingerprint controller inside the vehicle.
The new CLA joins the fourth-generation A-Class hatchback, first-generation A-Class sedan in both standard and long-wheelbase formats as well as the third-generation B-Class in Mercedes-Benz’s renewed lineup of front-wheel-drive offerings.
“Our vision is to launch the iPhone in the field of pedelecs,” says Tim Hosenfeldt, Senior Vice President Technology Strategy and Innovation at Schaeffler. Pedelecs are a special category of electrified bicycles.