Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region




 Model year



ASEAN・India・Korea Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (Thailand) 2022

Aichi Forge (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (formerly Aichi International (Thailand) Co., Ltd.)

Forging for propshaft (via IJTT (Thailand) Co., Ltd.)
ASEAN・India・Korea Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (Thailand) 2022

IJTT (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (Formerly Jibuhin (Thailand) Co., Ltd.)

ASEAN・India・Korea Mitsubishi Triton (Thailand) 2022

Aichi Forge (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (formerly Aichi International (Thailand) Co., Ltd.)

Forging for propshaft (via IJTT (Thailand) Co., Ltd.)
Americas Jeep Grand Cherokee (USA) 2022

Vibracoustic SE

Propshaft damper
Americas Nissan Pathfinder (USA) 2022

Dana Incorporated (Formerly Dana Holding Corporation)

Americas Ford F-600 Super Duty (USA) 2021

Dana Incorporated (Formerly Dana Holding Corporation)

China Chery Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (4WD) (China) 2018

Shanghai GKN HUAYU Driveline Systems Co., Ltd.

China Dongfeng Honda Honda XR-V (China) 2018

Hitachi Astemo Chassis Systems (Wuhan) Ltd. (Formerly Showa Autoparts Wuhan Co., Ltd.)

China GAC Honda Honda Crosstour (FF) (China) 2018

Hitachi Astemo Chassis Systems (Wuhan) Ltd. (Formerly Showa Autoparts Wuhan Co., Ltd.)

Europe INEOS Grenadier (France) 2022

Dana Graziano S.R.L. (Formerly Oerlikon Graziano S.p.A.)

Europe Toyota Supra (Austria) 2021

GKN Automotive Limited

Rear propshaft
Europe Daimler Mercedes-Benz Sprinter (Germany) 2019

Dana Incorporated (Formerly Dana Holding Corporation)

Front and rear propshaft
Japan Mazda CX-30 2021

Kawada Corporation

Japan Mazda CX-5 2021

Kawada Corporation

Japan Mazda Mazda6 Sedan 2021

Kawada Corporation

 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Amalgamations Group 861/862, Anna Salai, Chennai- 600 002, Tamil Nadu, India Major Parts Suppliers image
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc. One Dauch Drive, Detroit, MI 48211-1198, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Anand Automotive Limited 1 Sri Aurobindo Marg, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016, India Major Parts Suppliers image
PT. Astra Otoparts Tbk Jl. Raya Pegangsaan Dua Km. 2,2, Kelapa Gading - Jakarta 14250, Indonesia Major Parts Suppliers image
Benteler Group (Benteler Automobiltechnik GmbH) Schillerstraße 25-27 5020 Salzburg Austria Major Parts Suppliers image
Aug 02, 2022

On August 1, Ford announced an expansion to its compact truck lineup with the new 2023 Maverick Tremor Off-Road Package, which begins production in Hermosillo, Mexico this fall.
Ford announced its retail order banks will be re-opening for its other popular 2023 models, the Bronco Sport, Edge, Explorer and Ranger, on August 2, and Maverick and Maverick Tremor will be available for retail order in September.
Retail orders for Ford’s hot-selling F-150 and Transit opened a few weeks ago.
The new Maverick Tremor is an entry-level option for buyers seeking greater off-road capability and bold styling in the same compact package that comfortably fits their daily life in the city while also supporting their outdoor passions.
Maverick Tremor is available for XLT and Lariat series trucks.
Equipped with a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine, the compact pickup builds on the FX4 Off-Road Package with an all-wheel-drive system new to Maverick.
This advanced system includes a twin-clutch rear-drive unit with a differential lock feature to allow greater off-road capability.
Maverick Tremor also comes with exclusive Trail Control, which operates like cruise control for off-road driving, as well as a 1-inch increase in ride height.
Off-road capability is further bolstered by a heavy-duty transmission cooler and upgraded half-shafts.

(Ford press release on August 1, 2022)

Jul 28, 2022

On July 26, Volkswagen Group China unveiled its first electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) passenger drone prototype, as part of its strategy to explore and break new ground in fully electric and sustainable individual mobility concepts. In 2020, Volkswagen Group China launched a Vertical Mobility project. After intensive research, conceptual work, and development, the project team has now developed its first validation model – the V.MO.
The prototype concept is based on existing autonomous driving solutions and battery technology for emission-free mobility. With a luxury x-wing configuration of 11.2m in length and a span width of 10.6m, the model features eight rotors for vertical lift and two propellers for horizontal flight.
The Group will conduct several flight tests later this year to optimize the concept and an improved prototype will undergo further advanced test flights by late summer of 2023. In its final future iteration, the fully electric and automated eVTOL could eventually carry four passengers plus luggage over a distance of up to 200km. In the first phase of its commercial use, V.MO is likely to be pitched as a premium product for high-net-worth tech-savvy Chinese customers, for example for VIP air shuttle services.
The Group formed a team of young, local experts to drive Vertical Mobility project forward. They have been supported by Chinese partners including Hunan Sunward Technology, a subsidiary of Hunan-based manufacturing group Sunward. The company specializes in aviation product development, sales and services and is a market leader in the light sport aircraft industry.

Based on Volkswagen Group press release

Jul 27, 2022

On July 26, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced it has opened three investigations into safety problems with approximately 1.65 million vehicles produced by Stellantis.
The largest probe covers 1.34 million Jeep Cherokee small SUVs from the 2014 through 2020 model years.
NHTSA says it has 80 complaints that the electronic parking brakes can turn on while the SUVs are moving, alleging that water can get into the computer that controls the brakes.
Another probe covers 289,000 Dodge Journey and Jeep Compass and Patriot small SUVs from 2016 after 127 complaints about engine stalling due to crankshaft or camshaft sensor problems.
NHTSA says Fiat Chrysler did a recall in 2016 for a similar problem and is looking to see if the problem is happening with vehicles not included in the recall.
NHTSA also says it has 40 complaints of a transmission problem causing Chrysler Pacifica PHEV minivans to lose power.
The probe cover 21,000 vans from the 2019 through 2021 model years.
The investigations could lead to recalls, but so far the agency has not sought any.
In all three cases, no crashes or injuries have been reported.

(Detroit News article on July 26, 2022)