Major automaker customers of Eberspaecher Group said they were keeping track of the ongoing cyberattack against the German supplier and that there has been no impact on vehicle production thus far.
A spokesperson for Stellantis said on Tuesday that while the company was "monitoring the situation" at Eberspaecher, it has resulted in "no production impact at this time" at the automaker's assembly plants.
A spokesperson for Volkswagen said the automaker was aware of the cyberattack and is "currently checking whether production processes could be affected by this."
VW's Audi brand said it was able to respond quickly after the hacker attack.
"We are currently assessing the impact on Audi are continuing to monitor the situation very closely," an Audi spokesperson said in an email to Automotive News Europe.
"Hacker attacks are a risk that we take very seriously. System security and data protection are top priorities for Audi," the spokesperson added. "We are therefore continuously working to secure our IT systems with the latest technology in order to detect attacks on our IT at an early stage and keep their consequences as low as possible."
A BMW spokesman also confirmed the company was monitoring the situation.
"This doesn't have an impact on our production at the moment," BMW spokesman Phil Dilanni wrote in an email to Automotive News. "We cannot provide further information but are in close contact with our supplier."
Requests for comment from other automakers were not immediately returned.