Continental AG (CON.xetr)

Continental AG (CON.xetr)

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Continental AG (CON.xetr) Profile

Continental AG is a holding corporation engaged in the manufacturing and distribution of soft rubber goods, rubberized fabrics, and solid tires. It operates through the following divisions: Chassis and Safety, Powertrain, Interior, Tires, ContiTech, and Other. Chassis and Safety integrate intelligent systems to enhance vehicle safety and characteristics. The Powertrain category provides environmentally friendly vehicle driving systems. Interior produces components and end-to-end networked mobility systems. The Other/Consolidation sector includes subsidiaries and affiliates that are professionally managed, such as holding, financial, and insurance firms.

The company is headquartered in Hanover, Germany.

Market Cap 19.33B EUR. Latest stock price 96.81 EUR+2.57 (2.73%) Jan 13, 17:35 GMT+1. Total assets: 39.64 billion EUR (2020). Subsidiaries: ContiTech, Barum, Matador. Number of employees 236,386 (2020)

Continental AG (CON.xetr) News
Continental Showcases the Mobility of the Future at CES 2022 Continental will demonstrate a variety of cutting-edge goods and services, ranging from server-based vehicle design and autonomous car capabilities to its sustainable tire idea. Continental will debut its award-winning Switchable Privacy Display at CES, meant to reduce driver distraction. The fully interactive Wrong-Way Driving demonstration places visitors in the driver's seat to showcase Continental's cutting-edge technology.

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