The AUTOSAR partnership is an alliance of OEM manufacturers, Tier 1 automotive suppliers, semiconductor manufactures, software suppliers, tool suppliers and others. Considering the different automotive E/E architectures in the current and future markets, the partnership established a de-facto open industry standard for an automotive software architecture.
It will serve as a basic infrastructure for the management of functions within both future applications and standard software modules.

  • 2023

    November

    Classic Platform Release R23-11

    Foundation Release R23-11

    Adaptive Platform Release R23-11

    May

    14th AUTOSAR Open Conference, San Diego

  • 2022

    November

    Classic Platform Release R22-11

    Foundation Release R22-11

    Adaptive Platform Release R22-11

    March

    13th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Lisbon

  • 2021

    November

    Classic Platform Release R21-11

    Foundation Release R21-11

    Adaptive Release R21-11

  • 2020

    November

    Classic Platform Release R20-11

    Foundation Release R20-11

    Adaptive Platform Release R20-11

     

  • 2019

    November

    Classic Platform Release 19-11

    Foundation Release 19-11

    Adaptive Platform Release 19-11

    March

    Foundation Release 1.5.1

    Adaptive Platform 19-03

  • 2018

    November

    11th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Shanghai

    October

    Classic Platform Release 4.4.0

    Foundation Release 1.5.0

    Adaptive Platform Release 18-10

    March

    Adaptive Platform Release 18-03

    Foundation Release 1.4.0

  • 2017

    December

    Classic Platform Release 4.3.1

    November

    10th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Mountain View

    March

    Start Adaptive Platform,
    Stabilization Classic Platform

    Development of "exemplary software" for the Adaptive Platform

    Adaptive Platform Release 2017-03

  • 2016

    October

    Classic Platform Release 4.3.0

    Foundation Release 1.0.0

    September

    AUTOSAR continuous further development

    9th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Gothenburg

  • 2015

    October

    8th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Tokyo

    Acceptance Test Release 1.1.0

     

    July

    Classic Platform Release 4.2.2

     

  • 2014

    October

    7th AUTOSAR Open Conference, Detroit

    Classic Platform Release 4.2.1

     

    June

    Acceptance Test Release 1.0.0

     

  • 2013

    November

    6th AUTOSAR Open Conference Munich

     

    September

    10 years AUTOSAR

     

    March

    Classic Platform Release 4.1.0, Phase "Stabilization"

     

  • 2012

    November

    Phase 3

    5th AUTOSAR Open Conference Beijing

     

    June

    4th AUTOSAR Open Conference Paris

     

  • 2011

    May

    Classic Platform Release 3.2, Phase 3

    3rd AUTOSAR Open Conference Frankfurt

     

     

  • 2010

    May

    2nd AUTOSAR Open Conference Tokyo

     

     

  • 2009

    December

    Phase 2

    Classic Platform Release 4.0, Phase 2

     

     

  • 2008

    October

    1st AUTOSAR Open Conference Detroit

    August

    Classic Platform Release 3.1

    February

    Siemens VDO became part of Continental. Since this, Siemens VDO was no longer a self-contained Core Partner of AUTOSAR.

  • 2007

    December

    Classic Platform Release 3.0

     

     

  • 2006

    August

    Project milestone, Phase 1:Test and integration process:

    AUTOSAR specifications were tested and verified on an application.

    May

    Phase 1

    Classic Platform Release 2.0

  • 2005

    December

    Classic Platform Release 2.1

    End of development Phase 1

    August

    Project milestone, Phase 1: Standardization of the SW-Components:

    AUTOSAR compatibility of selected SW components was approved. First tools and generators were in place.

    June

    Classic Platform Release 1.0

  • 2004

    November

    General Motors joined as Core Partner

    June

    Project milestone, Phase 1:
    Structure and basis specification:

    AUTOSAR concept and first specification were created and executability was approved

  • 2003

    December

    Peugeot Citroën Automobiles S.A. and Toyota Motor Corporation joined as Core Partners

    November

    Ford Motor Company joined as a Core Partner

    September

    First official announcement of AUTOSAR on VDI Conference Baden-Baden, presentation of the AUTOSAR goals

    July

    Today’s architecture of Classic Platform drafted

    Initial AUTOSAR Development Agreement signed off by the Core Partners

    May

    Project milestone, Phase 1: Initiation of partnership: Project plan created and agreed

  • 2002

    October

    Basic partnership defined

    August

    Kick-off workshop, team established

    First roadmap of AUTOSAR Strategy

    Initial discussions on the common challenge and objectives were held by BMW, Bosch, Continental, DaimlerChrysler and Volkswagen

    The partners were joined soon afterwards by Siemens VDO