From innovation to real-world application, Corning Automotive Glass Solutions are being deployed across the automotive industry in highly creative ways.
Jeep® has introduced Corning® Gorilla® Glass option for Wrangler and Gladiator windshields. The Gorilla Glass hybrid windshield delivers industry-leading durability and impact resistance to iconic Jeep models.
Corning has partnered with Hyundai Mobis to enable augmented reality Head-Up Display Systems. This new product category creates today’s most immersive and connected driving experiences.
Mercedes-Benz AG features Corning Gorilla Glass fopr Automotive Interiors in its all-electric EQS on the MBUX Hyperscreen. The Hyperscreen stretches pillar-to-pillar as the largest display module on the market today, creating an intelligent, interactive experience for drivers and passengers alike.
Guangzhou Auto Company features AutoGrade™ Corning Gorilla Glass with Corning® ColdForm™ Technology in its Aion SUV. The automaker designed Corning’s technology into the vehicle’s 2-in-1 instrument cluster/center stack display in a V-shaped configuration.
Changan Automobile features AutoGrade™ Corning Gorilla Glass with Corning® ColdForm™ Technology in its UNI-K SUV. The automaker designed Corning’s technology into its center stack display in a unique j-shaped configuration. The UNI-K features the first J-shaped display configuration on the market today.
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Lynk & Co features Corning Gorilla Glass for Automotive Interiors in its 02 and 05 vehicles. The automaker designed Corning’s technology into its center stack display.
Porsche features hybrid laminate windows made with Corning Gorilla Glass for Automotive Exteriors in its Porsche 911 GT2 and GT3 RS sportscars. The automaker chose Gorilla Glass for its lightweight attributes for better vehicle performance.
Designed as replacement windshield for Jeep® Wranglers, the Mopar® Windshield made with Corning Gorilla Glass is a windshield with glass so tough it can better withstand damage introduced by common objects like hail and stones, keeping you on the road for your next adventure.
The Ford GT supercar was the first production vehicle to use Corning Gorilla Glass for Automotive Exteriors in a windshield. The innovative Ford GT windshield — a collaborative effort between Ford and Corning — comprises three layers: Gorilla Glass for Automotive as the inner layer, a plastic adhesive interlayer, and annealed soda lime glass as the outside layer.