Body of a vehicle usually refers to the frame on the surface. It takes up about 30 percent of the vehicle's total weight and plays a pivotal role in the vehicle's crash safety and styling. A vehicle body made of ultra-high tensile steel via hot stamping method allows the car to be lighter while increasing their rigidity. The result: better fuel efficiency and crash safety.
Lower legform / lower stiffener
Upon impact between a pedestrian and a car, the lower legform or lower stiffener can minimize the bending of his/her knee and make him/her fall onto the car to reduce the possibility for him/her to go under the car and end up in a more critical state.
The focus of safety has been how much the occupants on board or pedestrians can be protected. Now a new question is emerging regarding car safety: how well an impact can be avoided.
By warning and braking automatically, the FCA system assists you in avoiding or mitigating an accident. A radar on the car's front bumper and a camera on the windscreen monitor for hazards on the horizon, such as pedestrians or other cars.1
TPMS monitors the air pressure inside the tires of your car and alerts you if there is any under-inflated one, indicating its position.
With this system, your car keeps monitoring the road conditions and protects your safety by automatically controlling the steering wheel and the brake when the road is bumpy.
With this system, abrupt braking while you drive triggers fast blinking of a brake lamp to alert cars behind you on any danger.
A camera mounted on the windshield of your car senses your lane ahead and, if you depart from your lane because of drowsy driving or recklessness, warns you to take control of the car again.
The Forward Collision Warning system anticipates the potential for colliding with the vehicle in front, providing the driver with audio and visual warnings if the car in front slows down suddenly, helping to avoid a head-on collision. The warning draws the driver’s attention to the threat before engaging FCA to help bring the car to a safe halt.
A tire pressure monitoring system is an active protection system that monitors the air pressure inside the tires of your car and alerts you if there is any that is under-inflated.