Steering System

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ASEAN・India Mahindra & Mahindra Marazzo (India) 2019 JTEKT India Limited (Formerly Sona Koyo Steering Systems Ltd.) Power steering
ASEAN・India Toyota Yaris (India)   2019 ZF Steering Gear (India) Ltd. Electric power steering
ASEAN・India Daihatsu GranMax (Indonesia) 2018 PT. JTEKT Indonesia Power steering
Americas BMW X5 (USA) 2019 Rollax GmbH & Co. KG Steering components
Americas Chrysler Ram 1500 (USA) 2019 Nexteer Automotive Group Ltd. Rack assist type electric power steering
Americas GM Chevrolet Silverado (USA) 2019 Nexteer Automotive Group Ltd. Rack assist electric power steering
China Chongqing Changan Auchan Honor (China) 2019 Chongqing Nexteer Steering Systems, Ltd. Electric power steering system
China Chongqing Changan Changan CS15 (China) 2019 Chongqing Nexteer Steering Systems, Ltd. Electric power steering system
China GAC Toyota Toyota Levin (FF) (China) 2019 JTEKT Automotive (Foshan) Co., Ltd. Electric power steering system
Europe Porsche 911 (Germany) 2019 ZF Friedrichshafen AG Steering system
Europe Renault Megane (Spain) 2019 Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd. Active rear steering system
Europe Audi A5 2018 AB SKF Electric power steering unit
Japan Subaru Forester 2019 Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd. Electric power steering
Japan Subaru Impreza 2019 Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd. Electric power steering
Japan Subaru XV 2019 Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd. Electric power steering
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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
AAPICO Hitech Public Co., Ltd. 99 Moo 1, Hitech Industrial Estate, Tambol Ban Lane, Amphur Bangpa-in, Ayutthaya 13160, Thailand Major Parts Suppliers image
American Axle & Manufacturing Holdings, Inc. One Dauch Drive, Detroit, MI 48211-1198, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Beijing Hainachuan Automotive Parts Co., Ltd. 13/F, Beijing Automotive Building, No.25 Dongsanhuan South Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Bosch [Bosch Corporation] 3-6-7 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, 150-8360 Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
CIE Automotive, S.A. Alameda Mazarredo 69, 8, 48009 Bilbao, Bizkaia, Spain Major Parts Suppliers image
Apr 23, 2019

According to Thailand Trade Negotiations Department, ASEAN is scheduled to sign a Mutual Recognition Arrangements (MRA) pact on automobiles and parts in September, 2019 to reduce production costs and facilitate exports and imports of automotive products among members.
The ASEAN Senior Economic Officials' Meeting in Vientiane, held April 4-5, approved ASEAN MRAs for automotive products among the 10 ASEAN members after negotiations lasting 7 years.
The MRA will cover automotive products such as braking systems, safety belts, seats, tires, steering systems, speedometers and safety glass.
Once the MRA agreement is approved by the ASEAN Economic Meeting, related agencies in each ASEAN country will work out the implementation process, which Thai Industrial Standards Institute under the Industry Ministry will take charge of.
After the MRA is in force for four years, ASEAN will review the MRA agreement and may expand the pact to cover non- ASEAN countries.
(From an article of Bangkok Post on April 22, 2019)

Apr 22, 2019

On April 17, Bosch and Nikola informed that they have jointly developed a fuel cell drive for the electric heavy-duty truck Nikola Two Alpha. Nikola Trucks are equipped with Bosch innovations such as the Mirror Cam System, Perfectly Keyless and the Servotwin steering system.
The technology and system approach of the presented truck is transferable to all trucks of the Nikola Motor Company. These include the Nikola One with a sleeping cabin and the Nikola Tre, a hydrogen-powered truck for the European market. Engineering teams from Bosch locations in the USA and Germany have spent more than 220,000 hours developing to implement the idea of the Nikola Motor Company.
Bosch and Nikola have jointly developed the drive as well as the vehicle chassis in which it is integrated. The vehicle is equipped with numerous functions that require enormous computing power. This supplies the central control unit, the vehicle control unit (VCU) from Bosch.
(Bosch press release on April 17, 2019)

Apr 19, 2019

On April 17, Kia Motors America unveiled the fully-electric, all-wheel drive, four-seat HabaNiro concept with an all-electric range of more than 300 miles, a level-five autonomous mode, and butterfly wing doors at New York International Auto Show.
Designed in its California studio, Kia describes the HabaNiro as an all-electric Everything Car or ECEV – commuter, crossover, sport utility, state-of-the-art technology workroom and adventure vehicle.
The HabaNiro is 171 inches long, 77 inches wide and 63 inches high, with a wheelbase of 111.5 inches.
Its e-AWD system consists of two electric motors, fore and aft, and advanced battery technology.
When HabaNiro’s part-time level-five autonomous driving system is engaged the steering wheel and instrument panel retract forward to provide more room for the front occupants.
The HabaNiro’s interior features a heads-up display, 180° rearview video display in place of physical mirrors, full windshield entertainment video system with surround sound, 3D speed readout display, full width acrylic touch panel with Sensory Light Feedback (SLF) with Technical Option Sharing System (TOSS), and AI-based R.E.A.D. technology Eye Tracking System (ETS) that enables 180° rearview video display when it senses the driver is looking upward.
HabaNiro’s occupants are kept comfortable by a slim Perimeter Ventilation System (PVS) that quietly and evenly blows a curtain of air throughout the cabin.

(Kia press release on April 17, 2019)