Pedal

 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region

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ASEAN・India Mahindra & Mahindra Bolero 2017 Takshi Auto Components Pvt. Ltd. Brake pedal
ASEAN・India Mahindra & Mahindra Bolero 2017 Takshi Auto Components Pvt. Ltd. Clutch pedal
ASEAN・India Mahindra & Mahindra XUV 500 2017 Takshi Auto Components Pvt. Ltd. Brake pedal
Americas Tesla Model 3 (USA) 2018 KSR International Brake pedal pad (Sourced by MUNRO & ASSOCIATES, USA)
Americas Tesla Model 3 (USA) 2018 KSR International Brake pedal arm assembly (Sourced by MUNRO & ASSOCIATES, USA)
Americas Honda Acura ILX (USA) 2016 F&P America Mfg., Inc. Brake pedal
China GAC Trumpchi GS7 (China) 2018 CTS (Zhongshan) Technology Co., Ltd. Electronic accelerator pedal
China GAC Trumpchi GS7 (China) 2018 CTS (Zhongshan) Technology Co., Ltd. Accelerator pedal arm
China GAC Motor Trumpchi GA3 (China) 2018 CTS (Zhongshan) Technology Co., Ltd. Electronic accelerator pedal
Europe Audi A6 (Germany) 2018 Benteler Deutschland GmbH Brake pedal
Europe Audi Q8 (Slovakia) 2018 Continental AG Active accelerator pedal
Europe Kia cee'd (Slovakia) 2018 Donghee Slovakia, s.r.o. Pedal
Japan Daihatsu Atrai Wagon 2016 Chiyoda Industries Co., Ltd. Accelerator pedal
Japan Daihatsu Atrai Wagon 2016 Chiyoda Industries Co., Ltd. Brake pedal
Japan Daihatsu Copen 2016 Enoki Corporation Brake pedal
 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Bosch [Robert Bosch LLC] 38000 Hills Tech Drive, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48331 USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Bosch [Bosch Corporation] 3-6-7 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-8360 Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Bosch [Robert Bosch GmbH] Robert-Bosch-Platz 1, 70839 Gerlingen-Schillerhoehe, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany Major Parts Suppliers image
Brano Group, a.s. Opavska 1000 - 747 41 Hradec nad Moravici, Czech Republic Major Parts Suppliers image
Changchun Faway Automobile Components Co., Ltd. No.1399, Dongfeng South Street, Changchun Automobile Industry Development Zone, Changchun, Jilin 130011, China Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Apr 23, 2019

On April 16, Continental announced that it has conducted tests of the CO2 savings potential of the MK C1 electrohydraulic brake system in a plug-in hybrid. TÜV confirms in a certified test: MK C1 reduces the amount of CO2 emitted in the WLTP by around 5 g/km on average compared with a conventional hydraulic hybrid brake system. At the end of 2020, It will begin production of the MK C1 in Shanghai for a Chinese customer.
The brake pedal in the MK C1 is usually completely decoupled from pressure generation. Therefore the driver always has a uniform pedal feel. The full use can be made of recuperation phases – saving CO2 as a result
The measurements were taken on a dynamometer test in accordance with the WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicle Test Procedure), the globally valid measurement procedure for determining the exhaust emissions and fuel/electricity consumption of motor vehicles, and were supervised by the TÜV experts present.

Continental press release

Apr 05, 2019

On April 3, General Motors, Ford and Toyota announced that they were forming a consortium with automotive engineering group SAE International to establish autonomous vehicle “safety guiding principles to help inform standards development,” and will also “work to safely advance testing, precompetitive development and deployment.”
The new group, named the Automated Vehicle Safety Consortium, will begin by deciding priorities, with a focus on data sharing, vehicle interaction with other road users and safe testing guidelines.
In 2018, U.S. lawmakers, unable to agree on a way forward, abandoned efforts to pass sweeping legislation to speed the introduction of vehicles without steering wheels and human controls onto roads, but may resurrect the effort later in 2019.
In March, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration asked the public if robotic cars should be allowed on streets without steering wheels or brake pedals as they try to set the first legal boundaries for their design.
NHTSA’s existing rules prohibit vehicles without human controls.

(Detroit News article on April 3, 2019) (SAE release on April 4, 2019)

Mar 06, 2019

On March 1, Nissan announced pricing for the March launch of its new longer-range LEAF PLUS model that overlaps with the Model 3 base price, enabling head-to-head competition in the U.S. market.
LEAF S PLUS pricing starts at USD 36,550, while the top-of-the-line LEAF SL PLUS lists at USD 42,550.
While Tesla is just preparing to launch its base USD 35,000 Model 3 with a 220-mile driving range, the standard Nissan LEAF, with a 40kWh battery, is available at a starting price of under USD 30,000.
The "PLUS" designation refers to the increased energy density of the model's 62 kWh battery pack and the higher 214-hp output of its powertrain versus the 40 kWh option in the regular LEAF.
The new LEAF S PLUS powertrain adds to the car's range by approximately 50% with an EPA range of up to 226 miles, versus the 150 mile range of the standard 2019 LEAF, and accelerates nearly 13% quicker.
Offering advanced technologies such as ProPILOT Assist and ePedal, the LEAF PLUS also features standard Rear Door Alert.

(Nissan press release on March 1, 2019)