Autocom Diagnostic Partner AB


Press Release   •   May 25, 2011 07:15 BST

During the upcoming Autopromotec exhibition in Bologna, Italy, AUTOCOM will present a new diagnostic tool CDP+. AUTOCOM’s CDP+ is an advanced diagnostic tool with many in-built security features that provide workshops and vehicle inspection companies the possibility of a faster and more reliable diagnosis.

Take a closer look at the new CDP+ and you will see that it has many innovative features and well designed solutions to meet the market demands. The CDP+ contains powerful processors and components, which handles high levels of information in a fast and reliable way.

A new key feature of the CDP+ is the Flight Recorder, a useful feature that enables detection and recording of errors such as intermittent faults or errors which only occur when the vehicle is in motion. Featuring a Multi Colour Indicator to show the different communication modes and a LED on the connector, for easy access of the diagnostic connector in the vehicle – clever features at your fingertips!

"We strongly believe our new product, CDP+ and that its functionalities will be of great benefit to our users. With all research and development done in close cooperation with test users, we are sure to meet and exceed customer needs”, says Anders Malm at AUTOCOM.


For more info about the new AUTOCOM CDP+ and AUTOCOM products, kindly contact Anders Malm

Business Area Manager, Multi-Brand

Telephone: +46 (0)520 47 07 19

Facts about Autocom Diagnostic Partner AB

Autocom has the development, production and sales facilities located in Sweden with headquarters in Trollhättan. Today we develop top level diagnostic tools for different types of vehicles. Our products are currently available at nearly 50,000 retailers in more than 31 countries around the world. Our products are easily distinguished by quality, technology, reliability and performance.

Turnover 92 million SEK (2010)
Employees 75
Owner Würth Group, Germany
CEO Lars Modig
Registered Office Trollhättan, Sweden
Founded 1991