Visteon Corporation supplies automotive systems, modules, and components to vehicle manufacturers and the automotive aftermarket worldwide. The company offers a range of electronics products, including audio systems and components, such as digital and satellite radios, HD radio broadcast tuners, and premium systems; driver information systems comprising displays, from analog-electronic to high-impact instrument clusters that incorporate LCD displays; information, in-vehicle entertainment, and multimedia systems; and powertrain and feature control modules, including controllers for fuel pumps, 4x4 transfer cases, intake manifold tuning valves, customer convenience features, security, and voltage regulation systems. It also provides electronic climate controls, such as single zone manual electronic and automatic multiple zone modules, as well as integrated audio and climate control assemblies; and lighting products, which consist of headlamps, rear combination lamps, center high-mounted stop lamps, and fog lamps. In addition, the company offers climate systems comprising heat exchangers, climate controls, compressors, and fluid transport systems; and cooling functionality and thermal management for the vehicle?s powertrain system. Further, it provides various interior products, including cockpit modules, which incorporate structural, electronic, climate control, mechanical, and safety components; door panels/modules, as well as various interior trim products; and console modules, which deliver storage options. Additionally, Visteon designs and manufactures a range of products, comprising fuel products, powertrain products, as well as parts sold and distributed to the automotive aftermarket. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Van Buren Township, Michigan. On May 28, 2009, Visteon Corp., along with its affiliates, filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 in the US Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.