Delphi Acquires Self-Driving Technology Startup, NuTonomy

Oct. 25, 2017
Delphi is acquiring the Boston-based startup, NuTonomy, to accelerate its development of autonomous cars.

Oct. 25, 2017—Delphi will acquire NuTonomy, a self-driving software startup, for $450 million, according to a CNBC report

Delphi is acquiring the Boston-based startup to accelerate its development of autonomous cars.

The company's goal is to use NuTonomy's autonomous system in commercial vehicles in limited areas by 2019.

This acquisition comes almost a month after the company decided to rename itself 'Aptiv' to show its focus to on developing safety and self-driving technologies.

FenderBender previously reported that Delphi is partnering with BMW on autonomous driving. 

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