The automotive industry is today the sixth largest economy in the world, producing around 70 million cars every year and making an important contribution to government revenues all around the world. Automotive embedded systems are typical microcontroller systems with specific purposes, normally with real-time computation captivity. In automobiles, embedded systems are used in infotainment and telematics, ADAS, airbags, head-up displays, electronic brake systems, power steering, and active suspension, among others. The main objective of this course is to provide an understanding of the technology essential to the design and implementation of an embedded system using suitable hardware and software tools for automotive application. The auto industry needs electrical, Electronics and computer engineers in ever increasing numbers to deal with the number of electronics in the modern car. These engineers deal with electronics, controls, safety systems, infotainment systems, and vehicle-to-vehicle communication. This course endeavours a variety of topics of instant connection to industry and makes the members precisely proper for Automotive Industry.