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DENSO Connects Consumers to New Technologies with Interactive Displays at 2012 North American International Auto Show


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DETROIT--Jan. 3, 2012: This year, DENSO International America, Inc., is stepping up its show floor presence at the 2012 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) with interactive displays that showcase technologies that "connect" people, cars and society. Also, DENSO will hold a press conference in its main floor NAIAS booth on Monday, Jan. 9, at 5:30 p.m. , to announce its manufacturing and product development expansion plan in North America.

Exhibit:

Among its displays, DENSO will show how cars will "connect" and "talk" to other cars and roadside structures like traffic signals. The auto supplier also will feature an interactive display that allows consumers to pick their commute or driving pattern to find what vehicle type or technology best suits their driving needs. DENSO will also feature its fuel efficiency technologies that will help automakers meet 54.5 mpg by 2025.

DENSO's 2012 NAIAS PRESS CONFERENCE DETAILS

WHAT:

DENSO International America, Inc. (DIAM), premier sponsor of the North American International Auto Show, will hold a press conference to announce its manufacturing and product development expansion plan in North America.

WHO:

Hikaru "Howard" Sugi, President, DENSO International America, Inc., and Senior Executive Director, DENSO Corporation

Douglas E. Patton, Senior Vice President, Engineering Division, DENSO International America, Inc.

WHEN:

Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, at 5:30 p.m.

WHERE:

DENSO International America, Inc., Booth -- Oakland Hall Annex, Cobo Center