| BorgWarner is a holding company. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is a global product provider in technology solutions for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles. Co.'s business is comprised of four reporting segments. The Air Management segment's technologies include turbochargers, eBoosters, eTurbos and timing systems. The e-Propulsion and Drivetrain segment's technologies include rotating electrical components, power electronics and control modules. The Fuel Injection segment includes gasoline and diesel fuel injection components and systems. The Aftermarket segment product portfolio includes a range of solutions covering the fuel injection and vehicle diagnostics categories. |
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