Delphi Showcases Entertainment at CES 2005

Delphi advances in safety, information and connectivity also highlighted

NASCAR driver Kyle Busch to be officially introduced

at CES media briefing on Jan. 5

Dec 28, 2004, 00:00 ET from Delphi Corporation

    TROY, Mich., Dec. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Delphi Corp. (NYSE:   DPH) plans to
 extend its track record of announcing game-changing entertainment technologies
 at the 2005 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Jan.
 6-9, 2005.
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     At the show, Delphi will showcase its market-leading original equipment
 entertainment offerings for new vehicles, as well as retail plug-and-play
 products.  Product highlights include 802.11 (Wi-Fi) capable audio and video,
 satellite radio, streaming video, and premium audio systems.
     "In two years, Delphi has become the premier provider of satellite radio
 products for the car and in the home," said Dave Wohleen, president, Delphi
 Electrical, Electronics & Safety sector.  "During this time, we've sold more
 than 3 million satellite digital audio receivers to OEMs, retailers and
 consumers -- more than any other company worldwide.  Now, we're building on
 that success by expanding our portfolio and working quickly to deliver new
 products that consumers want."
     Delphi is currently scheduled to announce new entertainment-related
 products at CES, Wohleen said.
     Beyond entertainment, Delphi will highlight its product portfolio in the
 areas of information, connectivity and safety.  "Many companies specialize in
 one area, but very few have the capabilities to provide more," Wohleen said.
 "The great thing about Delphi is that we can deliver great electronics to OEMs
 and consumers alike for the vehicle, the home, and for on-the-go.  We're
 helping create a 'cocoon of safety' for the vehicle.  We've introduced easy-
 to-use touch-screen navigation systems.  We're advancing the use of Wi-Fi to
 allow consumers to access 'hot spots.'  When it comes to innovative
 electronics technologies in a variety of product areas, Delphi is bringing it
 all together."
     Highlights of Delphi's technology at CES include the following:
     Mobile Video - Delphi will feature its OE overhead entertainment systems
 and aftermarket rear-seat entertainment units, including the Delphi DVDM-1020
 mobile video unit, featuring a 10.2-inch widescreen with an integrated DVD
     Navigation Systems - Delphi will demonstrate its current line of
 navigation systems that are more intuitive and easier to use.  Products will
 include Delphi's new Integration Navigation Radio that features both voice
 activation and touch screen, and the first OEM application of real-time
 traffic services in North America.
     High-value Telematics - Delphi is continuing to bring high-value
 telematics features to the market.  Delphi will show its high-value telematics
 transceiver modems for Stellar Satellite Communications Ltd., for use on the
 ORBCOMM satellite network.
     Safety Systems - Delphi will be showing how it has developed a portfolio
 of products that will help provide a "safety cocoon" around the vehicle.
 Products include active night vision, Forewarn(R) Smart Cruise Control with
 Stop & Go, Lane Departure Warning, Side Alert, Dual-Beam Back-Up Aid,
 Integrated Back-Up Aid with camera, Front Detection, and Workload Management.
     Wi-Fi:  The Next-Generation of 802.11 - Delphi will demonstrate Wi-Fi, the
 latest in 802.11 technology.  The established wireless networking standard is
 designed to eliminate the need for connectors, allowing consumers to
 wirelessly transfer data between entertainment and information systems in the
 home or office and the vehicle.
     Satellite Radio - The Delphi MyFi, the first personal, portable XM2GO
 satellite radio, will be on display along with Delphi's SKYFi2, Roady2
 Personal Audio System and Delphi's complete line-up of consumer electronics
     In 2005, Delphi will continue its partnership with Hendrick Motorsports
 and will be an associate sponsor of the Kellogg No. 5 Chevrolet in the NASCAR
 Nextel Cup Series.  At the CES media briefing, Delphi will introduce Kyle
 Busch, driver of the No. 5 car, who will be available for autographs.
     "Delphi is proud to continue its associate sponsorship of the No. 5 Chevy
 with Kellogg's and Hendrick Motorsports for the 2005 NASCAR season," said
 Francisco A. (Frank) Ordonez, president, Delphi Product & Service Solutions
 and vice president, Delphi Corporation.  "We look forward to supporting Kyle
 Busch and his quest for the NASCAR championship."
     Delphi will be prominently featured on the No. 5 Chevy in all Nextel races
 in 2005.  In addition, Delphi will be the primary sponsor of the car at four
 races of the 2005 season, including races at Texas Motor Speedway (April 17),
 Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Aug. 7), Richmond International Raceway (Sept.
 10) and Lowe's Motor Speedway (Oct. 15).
     Delphi's CES media conference and reception will be held at the Las Vegas
 Convention Center (North Hall, Booth #5206) on Jan. 5 from 1 to 1:30 p.m. PT.
     The news will be presented by Wohleen and two leading Delphi directors
 involved in consumer electronics:  Beth Schwarting, general director, Delphi
 Electronics & Safety global sales and marketing, and Joe Damato, director,
 consumer electronics, Delphi Products & Service Solutions.
     Immediately following the media briefing, the featured speakers and the
 following executives will be available for media interviews:
     *  Jeff Owens, president, Delphi Electronics & Safety
     *  Francisco (Frank) A. Ordonez, president, Delphi Products & Service
     *  Bob Schumacher, director, Delphi Integrated Media Systems
     A host of Delphi subject matter experts also will be available for
 interviews and to demonstrate the new technologies.
     A leading Delphi executive also will be featured at CNET's "The Next Big
 Thing in CE" panel, Thursday, Jan. 6, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. PT at the Las
 Vegas Convention Center, Room N257.
     Dr. Robert Schumacher, Delphi business line executive for wireless
 products, will participate in a panel discussion on the future of "smart
 cars," including future applications of telematics, warning systems, and more.
     For more information about Delphi and its subsidiaries, visit Delphi's
 media room at .

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