Amerigon has entered into a purchase agreement with shareholders to acquire a majority voting share of W.E.T. Automotive Systems (W.E.T.), a publicly-traded German company located in Odelzhausen, Germany. The acquisition brings together the complementary business strengths of each company and will allow for improved customer responsiveness and product development.

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About Amerigon

Corporate Office
Northville, MI, USA

Amerigon Headquarters

Amerigon designs, develops and markets products based on our advanced, proprietary, efficient thermoelectric device technologies for a wide range of global markets.

Our current principal product is our proprietary Climate Control Seat® (CCS®) brand cooled/heated seat, which we sell to automotive and truck manufacturers and their tier one suppliers. Amerigon has sold over 7 million CCS seats to date. The success of the CCS brand makes Amerigon the world's largest supplier of thermoelectric devices to the automotive industry. CCS cooled/heated seats are now offered in over 50 vehicle lines worldwide.

Eight of the world's largest automotive manufacturers – Ford, General Motors, Toyota, Nissan, Jaguar/Land Rover, Hyundai, Honda and Kia – offer vehicles with Amerigon's CCS or Heat Vent System™ Over half of Amerigon's revenue stream comes from international customers outside of North America.

Through our subsidiary, BSST, we have worked over the past five years developing innovations that improve thermoelectric efficiency. We currently hold 34 patents related to these and other innovations.

Amerigon was incorporated in 1991 and is headquartered in Northville, Michigan. We also have offices in the United States in Southern California, as well as around the world in Japan, Germany, Korea, and England.

Amerigon is a company committed to honest and ethical business practices. The Code of Business Conduct and Ethics sets forth Amerigon's expectations for all of its directors, officers and employees.

Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
Audit Committee Charter
Compensation Committee Charter