Instrument panels, also called dashboards, are large components that house instruments and meters, the audio system, glove box and more.
Console boxes sit between the front seats and function as storage and an armrest. Various types of decoration are used on the upper panel, including coatings and wood grain.
Center clusters are located in the center of the instrument panel, and contain audio, navigation system, and air conditioning controls and switches. They are one of the most defining elements in vehicle interior design.
Registers efficiently direct the flow of air from the air conditioning unit to the desired location. For this smooth operation is a must.
These are outlets for air to defog the inside of the windshield. They must function to control airflow for rapid defogging while also having a compact shape.
Cup holders are installed in various places in the vehicle cabin to hold drinks. They must be strong, durable, convenient, and compact.
This is the large storage box set in front of the front passenger seat. It is an important part that needs to be comfortable and easy to open and close, as well as durable and safe in collisions.
Scuff plates are attached to the door threshold to prevent scuffs and scratches when people get in and out of the vehicle. Illuminated scuff plates emit light by LED for decoration.
Passengers can hold on to these grips while riding in a vehicle to support their posture. When not being used, the grips automatically fold into the ceiling.
These parts decorate the pillar between the windshield and side window. They also function to absorb impact during collisions and cover side curtain airbags.
Map lamp units use LEDs as their light source. These units are set in the ceiling console and direct spots of light to the hand area of passengers.
These units illuminate the interior door handle area with a soft light to improve visibility at night. They also give the interior cabin a cozy atmosphere.
LED units are used in illumination of various parts of the vehicle, including floor lighting and compartment lighting. They are smaller and consume less energy than conventional light bulbs.
Radiator grilles are located on the front of the vehicle and are a key part of the vehicle's "face." Their distinctive design and plating decoration contribute greatly to the look of a vehicle.
These emblems cover millimeter-wave radar sensors used in preventive safety systems. They must allow the passage of millimeter-wave radar while also having a luminous design.
These illuminated emblems present a forward-looking image for battery electric vehicles (BEVs).
These products are attached to the rear of a vehicle and have a strong design element. They are placed so as to highlight the attractiveness of the license plate lamb, door handle, and rear camera.
These products are installed on the rear of vehicles to give superior design and stability during driving.