Torque Converter

 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region

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ASEAN・India Honda Brio (Thailand) 2020 EXEDY (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Torque converter
ASEAN・India Honda Brio Amaze (Thailand) 2020 EXEDY (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Torque converter
ASEAN・India Honda City (Thailand) 2020 EXEDY (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Torque converter
Americas BMW X5 (USA) 2019 ZF Friedrichshafen AG Torque converter
Americas GM Chevrolet Silverado (USA) 2019 ZF TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. (Formerly TRW Automotive) Torque converter
Americas Ford F-250 (USA) 2017 Schaeffler AG Torque converter
China Dongfeng Nissan Nissan Kicks (FF) (China) 2019 Guangzhou Ahresty Casting Co. Ltd. Torque converter casing(1.5L)(6CVT)
China Dongfeng Nissan Nissan Lannia (China) 2019 UNIPRES Corporation Torque converter
China Dongfeng Nissan Nissan X-Trail (FF) (China) 2019 Guangzhou Ahresty Casting Co. Ltd. Torque converter casing(2.0L)(7CVT)
Europe Audi A8 (Germany) 2017 ZF Friedrichshafen AG Torque converter
Europe BMW 5 Series 2017 ZF Friedrichshafen AG Automatic transmission torque converter
Europe Jaguar Land Rover Jaguar E-Pace 2017 ZF Friedrichshafen AG Torque converter
Japan Honda N-BOX 2018 Yutaka Giken Co., Ltd. Torque converter
Japan Daihatsu Altis Hybrid 2016 Aisin AW Co., Ltd. Torque converter(2AR-FXE 2JM)(CVT)
Japan Daihatsu Atrai Wagon 2016 EXEDY Corporation Torque converter(KF turbocharger)(4AT)
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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Aisin AW Co., Ltd. 10 Takane, Fujii-cho, Anjo-shi, Aichi-ken, 444-1192, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd. 2-1 Asahi-machi, Kariya, Aichi 448-8650, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Dana Incorporated (Formerly Dana Holding Corporation) 3939 Technology Drive, Maumee, OH 43537, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Denso Corporation 1-1, Showa-cho, Kariya, Aichi 448-8661, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
EXEDY Corporation 1-1-1, Kidamotomiya, Neyagawa-shi, Osaka-fu, 572-8570, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Apr 09, 2019

F.C.C. announced that it started full scale production of its friction materials for torque converter to be installed in “Jatco CVT-S” by Jatco. The company said it was first time to receive orders from Unipres, a direct customer, inside Japan. (From a press release on April 9, 2019)

Jan 18, 2019

On January 18, Tata Motors announced that it has received BS-VI Type Approval certificate for its 3.8L NA SGI CNG engine from ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India).
It is the first OEM in India to achieve BS-VI certification for a naturally aspirated CNG engine for commercial vehicles. 
This certification includes meeting the tailpipe mass emissions as well as compliance to On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) norms as mandated by government regulation.
The 3.8 NA SGI CNG engine does not need a turbocharger. It produces a maximum power of 85 ps at 2,500 rpm with a torque of 285 Nm at 2,500 rpm. This combustion occurs at stoichiometric conditions in this engine.
This engine comes with sequential gas injection technology. Exhaust after-treatment system featuring three-way catalytic converter reduces pollutants below limits mandated by regulation. The 3.8 NA SGI CNG engine will power 4T to 9T GVW buses and trucks such as 407, 709 and 909.

Tata Motors press release

Jan 04, 2019

Perodua opened bookings for “Aruz”, its latest three-row seven-seater SUV. Two available variants are 1.5 X and 1.5 AV.
Both variants are powered by an an aluminium-block 1.5 liter four-cylinder engine with Dual VVT-i built in Sendayan, Negeri Sembilan, offering 105 ps at 6,000 rpm with maximum torque of 136 Nm at 4,200 rpm mated to four-speed torque converter automatic transmission.
Sales of this new model is expected to average 2,500 units monthly or 31,200 units by the end of 2019.
The new Perodua Aruz was opened for booking in Malaysia from January 3, 2019. Aruz 1.5 X is priced from MYR 72,200, while Aruz 1.5 AV is priced from MYR 77,200.
(From an article of Paul Tan on January 3, 2019 and an article of New Straits Times on January 3, 2019)