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Chasis

Chassis

The lower part of the vehicle’s body structure is formed by the chassis; its design is determined by body weight and load distribution. The structures that make up a vehicle chassis include stretch-forming metal stampings, along with a large variety of assembled components.

These structures are crucial to the car’s overall performance, and its consistency and safety. They have a particular influence on noise, vibration, driving and impact management. Axles and suspension arms are good examples of chassis products.

Suspension arms

Suspension arms: Front/Rear and Integrated suspension arms

Axles

These structures are crucial to the car’s overall performance, and its consistency and safety. They have a particular influence on noise, vibration, driving and impact management. Axles both front and rear and suspension arms are good examples of chassis products.