Analysis Report: Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT) (Japanese/U.S./European Markets)

2019/04/17

List of CVT suppliers

JATCO Ltd. Aisin AW Co., Ltd.


Ⅰ. Introduction

Transmission is a core component of any vehicle, controlling rotational speed, torque, and direction to best match the power output of the engine to the driving conditions. It greatly contributes, along with the engine, to the driving capability, fuel economy, and ride feeling, and is often a differentiator between models. Because of this important role in determining the characteristics of a car many OEMs produce transmission units internally in the same vein as engines and motors. Thus the companies that can function as suppliers of transmission systems are limited to only the biggest players. In this report both the automatic transmission (AT) units built internally and those supplied from the outside are listed based on the model they are equipped on.

This report details the sub-category of automatic transmissions known as continuously variable transmissions (CVT).

  • Friction step-less type transmissions using a belt or chain to transfer power (including some step systems).
  • Hybrid transmissions containing a motor or generator for power (electric CVT or hybrid transmission). The construction of electric CVT units differs greatly from CVTs using a belt or pulley, but they are functionally similar and so are also included in this report.

The following automatic transmission types are excluded from this report:

  • Step-type automatic transmissions with a torque converter and epicyclic gearing (including ATs with MT modes).
  • Step type hybrid transmissions with motor and clutch inbuilt (e.g. Nissan FR hybrid cars, European models equipped with ZF systems, Toyota’s multi-stage hybrid system).
  • Dual clutch transmissions based on manual transmissions, and automated manual transmissions (AMT).

For the remainder of this report the term AT will be used to refer to automatic transmissions, CVT to refer to continuously variable transmissions, and electric CVT to refer to hybrid transmissions.



Ⅱ. Overview

In recent times ATs, including CVTs, have become more common around the world. Despite this trend there are regions in which manual transmissions (MT) are still very popular. This report covers a number of trends among AT systems below.

In Japan the U.S. AT systems hold an overwhelming majority, with a near 90% equip rate on models. In Europe MTs are nearly 50% of the market for FR cars and 75% for FF cars, with the proportion of dual clutch transmissions (DCT) growing.

Almost all mechanical CVTs are produced in Japan and equipped on Japanese models. Japanese supplier JATCO has the top global share in the CVT market with 49%. Excluding in-house production by the OEMs, JATCO and fellow Japanese supplier Aisin AW occupy the whole CVT market. Therefore, although this report covers global markets its main focus is on Japan.

Various electric CVT systems have been released: the THS-II from Toyota (Toyota Hybrid System), the i-MMD from Honda (Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive), and with the release of the Pacifica Hybrid by Chrysler in 2017 all of the Detroit Three are now producing them.

 

  • Japanese Makers/Market: AT systems make up 90% of the market. Until the mid-1980’s MTs and ATs enjoyed roughly half of the market each, but the ratio shifted towards ATs after that and reached the current levels in the early 2000’s.
  • As mentioned above the popularization of CVTs as a subcategory of ATs is a feature particular to the Japanese market. The reasons for this can be roughly divided into two areas.
    • The first reason is that automakers want to improve fuel economy and reduce the shock of gear changes from the incessant stop and start type driving that people in urban centers encounter.
    • The second reason comes from Toyota and Honda’s developments of using the transmission system as the driving motor for their hybrid vehicles.
    • The Toyota Prius (NHW10/11) was released in 1997 as the world’s first mass-produced hybrid vehicle. Since then Toyota has upgraded to the THS-II system and expanded it to many more hybrid vehicles. Toyota’s nickname of the “hybrid kingdom” has been a major contributing factor towards the use of CVTs in Japan.
    • CVT systems are not only being produced in-house by OEMs, but the two major Japanese AT suppliers JATCO and Aisin AW are also global level suppliers of CVTs.
    • Among CVTs, the friction type is used for most FF and 4WD vehicles, including kei cars, with engines under 2.5L by all makers except Mazda. JATCO, who supplies all the CVT units for Nissan, also produces units capable of handling up to 3.5L engines, which are equipped on Nissan’s V6 3.5L FF/4WD models. JATCO is the world’s largest supplier of CVT units.
    • Electric CVT/hybrid transmission units are increasing in number every year in the Japanese market. In particular the global hybrid vehicle leader Toyota is installing the systems on many of its FF/FR/4WD models. Some of the units are produced in –house, while others are procured from Aisin AW, which is the largest global supplier for electric CVT units.
  • U.S. Makers/Market: Like in Japan, ATs make up 90% of the market.
    • The trend towards ATs began in the 1960’s in the U.S. and has continued ever since.
    • One main point of difference with the Japanese market is that the U.S. has a higher number of large vehicles, making torque converter step-type ATs more popular than CVTs.
    • Excluding hybrid transmissions; the number of models featuring CVT units in the U.S. is just a minor fraction of subcompact cars. GM’s Spark, produced in the U.S. but designed by GM Korea, is one such example. However, some sources indicate that GM is currently working on development of a CVT system for 3/4-cylinder petrol subcompacts, which is scheduled for production in 2019. This new system could change the shape of the U.S. CVT segment.
    • GM and Ford produce electric CVT units in-house for their HV and PHVs.
  • European Makers/Market: ATs make up just 10% of the market.
    • The European market is nearly the opposite of Japan and the U.S. in terms of transmission makeup.
    • Among D and E-Segment vehicles, including those with longitudinal transmissions, the ratio of ATs is growing. Daimler and Audi have been producing CVT systems in-house, but with their model redesigns lately they have been exchanging the CVT systems for step-type ATs, relegating CVTs to a niche in the market.
    • DCT AT systems are becoming more popular among makers such as VW as they install 8 and 9-speed ATs in favor of 7-speed or lower systems.
    • While AT and CVT systems are the norm in the U.S. and ASEAN countries, DCTs are expected to continue to dominate the markets of Europe and China. One reason for this is that DCTs are built based on MT structures, so if a company has an existing production plant for MT units it can easily be upgraded to produce DCTs. Furthermore DCT units can easily be mated to engines designed for MT systems. Due to these facts it seems natural that DCTs would be the next stage of progression in markets, like Europe and China, where MTs have been dominant.
    • DCTs come in two major types: wet and dry. Wet systems are typically used in high-powered vehicles that generate a lot of torque, as they need the oil coolant to remove the heat generated. Dry systems are mostly used in subcompacts, where the design can be simplified due to the lack of necessity for cooling components.


Ⅲ. Major CVT suppliers and their customers

The CVT market is occupied by two major Japanese suppliers: JATCO and Aisin AW. ZF Friedrichshafen makes hybrid transmissions, but does not produce CVTs.

Among Japanese OEMs performing in-house production, Honda, Subaru, and Daihatsu produce all of their CVT systems internally, excluding some models supplied on an OEM basis. On the other hand, Nissan, Mitsubishi Motors, and Suzuki do not perform in-house production at all. One main cause of this difference is that JATCO was formerly the AT production section of Nissan’s Yoshiwara Plant, and in 2002 the company absorbed all of the AT/CVT production operations from Mitsubishi Motors’ Kyoto, Mizushima, and Yagi Plants. Ford produces in-house in the U.S., and Daimler and Audi do the same in Europe. Other companies procure systems from JATCO and Aisin AW.

JATCO

A global supplier and producer of AT, CVT, and hybrid transmission systems. Total historical global production as of March 2017 was 100 million units, of which 65 million were AT and 35 million were CVT. It has the top global share in the CVT segment and excluding in-house production by OEMs, has the second position in the global AT market (AT and CVT combined). JATCO aims to increase its global share to 15% by 2020 to take the top position.

  • The company was established when the former AT production division of Nissan’s Yoshiwara Plant joined up with Mazda and Ford. The main customer is still Nissan, but it supplies Suzuki and Mitsubishi Motors (whose AT and CVT production it absorbed in 2002) as well. It also supplies Nissan partner Renault with CVTs, and some Dongfeng Nissan, Renault Samsung, and AutoVAZ models with ATs. However, since its establishment as a separate entity it has not supplied Mazda, barring some models supplied to them by Nissan and Suzuki on an OEM basis.
  • JATCO offers a full lineup of six categories of CVTs, covering vehicles from kei cars to 3.5L FF models. The company introduced the world’s first belt attached sub transmission system (JF015E) in 2009, which was subsequently supplied to Nissan, Mitsubishi Motors, Suzuki, Chrysler, Renault and Renault/Samsung, and GM/GM Korea.
    1. CVT7 for subcompact FF vehicles (JF015E): Nissan Note, Juke, and March; Mitsubishi Mirage; Suzuki Swift.
    2. CVT 7 W/R for subcompact FF vehicles (JF020E): the newly developed sub transmission attached CVT.
    3. CVT8 for small and large FF passenger vehicles (JF016E/JF017E): Nissan Serena, X-Trail, NY Taxi, Teana.
    4. CVT for FF subcompacts (JF009E): Nissan Wingroad
    5. CVT for medium FF passenger vehicles (JF011E): Renault Megane; Mitsubishi Outlander, Delica D:5, and RVR.
    6. CVT for large (3.5L) FF passenger vehicles (JF010E): Nissan Elgrande, Murano
  • JATCO began production of a one motor/two clutch FF hybrid CVT (JF018E) in 2012. It was equipped on the Nissan Pathfinder and Infiniti QX60 hybrid models first, with the X-Trail hybrid model following.
  • Among six Japanese plants four are producing CVTs. Overseas are: JATCO Mexico, S.A. de C.V. in Mexico; JATCO (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd. in China; and JATCO (Thailand) Co., Ltd. in Thailand. The company intends to invest in its global CVT supply operations to reach a sales goal of JPY 1 trillion by 2018. Below are the trends among the foreign operations.
    1. China: Total accumulated production of CVT units in China reached 1 million in April 2013. Local production subsidiary JATCO Guangzhou began making CVTs for medium passenger cars in 2009, and for CVT7 units for small passenger cars in 2011. It then started making CVT8 systems in March 2013, which were supplied to Dongfeng Nissan for the Teana. Annual production capacity of the subsidiary is 900,000 units.
    2. Mexico: JATCO announced that a second plant had come on stream in Mexico in September 2014. The plant, located in Aguascalientes, cost around USD 220 million (JPY 20.5 billion) to construct. With the start of operations of the second plant the combined annual output of Mexican operations rose to 1.7 million units. The new plant can produce 400,000 units annually, and handles the medium and large passenger vehicle CVT8, and CVT8 hybrid transmission systems. The CVT8 is supplied to Nissan for their U.S. Altima and Rogue models, while the CVT8 hybrid is equipped on the Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid.
    3. Thailand: JATCO (Thailand) Co., Ltd. was established in September 2013. As the third foreign plant for the company after China and Mexico, this plant produces CVT7 systems for Nissan’s Thailand Micra and Sylphy models. Annual production capacity is 500,000 units.

 

Aisin AW

The world’s top supplier for AT systems and subsidiary of Toyota group member Aisin Seiki. The company contains divisions for AT systems and car navigation systems, but the gap between the two is massive with AT sales making up 90% of the top line for the company for the three fiscal years 2016 to 2018.

  • First produced CVT units in 2002 for the 1.3L Vitz.
  • Aisin AW has integrated production of electric CVT systems with Toyota’s in-house THS-II platform. Toyota’s hybrid vehicles (excluding the mild hybrid Crown model) use pure electric CVTs with no mechanical transmission elements. However, the high-end sports coupe Lexus LC500h (GWZ100) released in March 2017 uses a mechanical 4-step transmission with two motors inbuilt, known as the Toyota Multi-Stage Hybrid System. This system was installed so that the car can maintain high torque in low gears and overdrive in high gears through combining power from the motors and the engine.
  • Currently production of CVT systems is low compared to step type ATs. Unlike rival company JATCO, Aisin AW produces AT and hybrid transmissions rather than friction type CVTs. This difference is perhaps because the company does not produce large CVT units for 3.5L class vehicles. Aisin AW is likely to expand its foreign operations to strengthen its CVT business.
  • CVT production is handled at the company’s Tahara and Okazaki Plants. THS-II hybrid units are produced at the Okazaki and Okazakihigashi Plants.
  • Aisin AW established a new Electronics Business Division on October 1, 2016. Previous to this the AT and car navigation divisions had each used their own computer and software systems. With the establishment of the new section the technology development of the AT and vehicle information technology (VIT) divisions will be integrated, and the company believes that it will achieve better leverage of know-how and technical synergy with the move.
  • The company supplies Toyota and Mazda with CVTs and hybrid transmissions, but with Mazda’s recent shift towards using step-type ATs the only vehicle currently equipped with an Aisin AW-made hybrid transmission is Mazda’s sole mass-produced hybrid: the Axela Hybrid.
  • Aisin AW produces both low and medium volume CVT units. The low volume XB-20LN uses the same design as the K310 produced by Toyota Hokkaido (the torque converter volume is the only difference), with the Aisin AW unit being used for 1.5L vehicles and the Toyota unit being used for 1.8L vehicles.
  • The company produces two types of hybrid transmissions for FF and FR vehicles each. Ford was previously supplied with some of these units, but has recently switched to in-house production. All of Toyota’s FR and some FF models are still produced, as well as the abovementioned single model from Mazda.
  • Subsidiary CVTECH handles production of CVT belts. CVTECH was established in July 2002 as a 50/50 joint venture with Bosch, but in December 2006 Bosch pulled out and Toyota invested as the company was made a subsidiary of Aisin AW (current ownership is 66.6% Aisin AW and 33.4% Toyota).
  • New business plans: Aisin AW announces its intention to enter into the EV powertrain segment in December 2016. The company plans to focus efforts on making a variety of components such as drive motors, reduction drives, and inverters, which it plans to package with various products to offer them to OEMs. It hopes to achieve commercialization of units destined for European OEMs in the Chinese market by 2020.

 

Toyota In-house

Toyota first equipped a model, the Opa, with a CVT in August 2000. Since then the company has been producing mid-class FF and above systems in-house. However, for the compact class (1.0-1.5L) it procures from Aisin AW.
Toyota’s in-house production ratio was 70% in 2014.

  • 5-1.8L: Produced by Toyota Hokkaido (annual 310,000 units for domestic use, 240,000 for the U.S., 240,000 for Thailand).
  • 0-2.4L: Kinuura Plant.
  • Chinese Market 1.6-1.8L: Toyota Motor (Changshu) Auto Parts Co., Ltd.

 

Honda In-house

Honda first released CVT systems under the name Honda Multimatic for the Civic and Civic Ferio in September 1995. Since then the company has produced all of its CVT units in-house. It also started in-house production of some CVT belts in October 2001.

CVTs are produced at the Hamamatsu and Suzuka Plants in Japan, by P.T. Honda Precision Parts Manufacturing in Indonesia, and by Honda de Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Mexico.

The Mexican plant is located in Celaya, Guanajuato, and also contains the production and assembly lines for the Fit.

Honda began selling the Accord Hybrid equipped with its sports hybrid i-MMD transmission in 2013 in Japan. The design of this new system was different to Toyota’s THS, which used planetary gearing for a series parallel construction. The Accord Hybrid was equipped with a clutch that sat between the engine shaft and driveshaft, which was normally turned off when used for series hybrid driving. The clutch was engaged when engine effectiveness increased, which, with the direct attachment of the clutch to the engine area, led to a series parallel hybrid system.

 

Subaru In-house

Subaru has traditionally used AT systems, and has recently been transitioning from step AT to CVT in its models. Apart from some BRZ models, many of the company’s vehicles have shifted to using CVT units, which are being produced at the Oizumi Plant. Called lineartronic, the characteristic of Subaru’s systems is that they use a chain for power transfer rather than a belt. The main advantages of using a chain are the wide range coverage and the higher power transfer efficiency ratio.

Subaru has been making and using CVT systems since equipping the Justy in 1987, and is a mainstay in the segment. It produces its units at the Oizumi Plant in the Gunma Complex. To match the company’s unique horizontally-opposed cylinder engine and AWD powertrain designs it developed the longitudinal chain type CVT. It first used this type of CVT for the Legacy and Exiga in 2009, and continued to produce all of its CVT units in-house.

 

Daihatsu In-house

Starting with kei cars, Daihatsu produces almost all of its CVT units in-house. In June 2006 the company produced the world’s first input reduction type three shaft gear train design CVT for kei cars, which was equipped on the Sonica. All CVT production occurs at the Ryuo Plant in Shiga. In October 2009 subsidiary Akashi Kikai Industry began production in Kyushu to supply Daihatsu Kyushu. In February 2010 the company produced a CVT for 1.0L subcompacts based on its kei car system, which was equipped on the Boon. This model was developed jointly with Toyota, who released it as the Passo, which is also equipped with the new CVT system (the CVT for the 1.3L Boon was procured from Aisin AW, but in April 2014 the 1.3L Boon was discontinued). In April 2016 Daihatsu announced an all-new Boon. This new model will incorporate the company’s e:S Technology that is being used on the Mira e:S and other vehicles. It will have a 1.0L direct injection 3-cylinder 1KR-FE engine mated to a CVT.

 

GM In-house

GM’s transmission development and production are handled by GM Powertrain, which previously produced friction type CVTs in Europe but currently does not. Currently produced types are only the CVTs for the Chevrolet Volt and Opel Ampera PHVs, and the electric CVT model 5ET50 for the Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid. Current production takes place at the company’s plant in Flint, Michigan, as well as the Aspern Plant belonging to Opel in Austria. However, the Opel brand was sold to PSA group in March 2017.

  • Production of VTi CVT units started at Opel Hungary Powertrain Ltd. Szentgotthard Plant in 2002.
  • 82,000 units were produced in 2003 to support the expansion of installation in various models.
  • Production was stopped and restarted in 2004, with the MY 2005 Saturn Vue the last model equipped.
  • Development of CVTs for 3/4-cylinder petrol engine equipped subcompacts is underway, with mass production scheduled for 2019.

As we can see from the above timeline, friction-type CVTs have disappeared from GM’s lineup over the last 10 or so years. However, the 2014 MY Chevrolet Spark has again adopted the type. This CVT is called the M4M inside GM, but is based on the JF015E supplied by JATCO. The company is targeting a restart of in-house CVT production for 2019.

The Chevrolet City Express Van (NV200) supplied to Nissan on an OEM basis also uses a JATCO CVT produced by GM.

 

Ford In-house

Ford, like GM, does not currently produce friction type CVTs, instead focusing on hybrid transmission units for HVs and PHVs. The HF35 transmission units being produced by Ford are a first for the company in terms of in-house production of HV CVT units. By internalizing the production of the units, which were previously sourced from Aisin AW, the company is able to reduce costs by around 20%. Production is taking place at the Van Dyke Transmission Plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan, where the units are made on the same line as the 6F 6-speed AT systems. These hybrid transmission units are equipped on the Ford Fusion Hybrid and C-Max Hybrid, and the Lincoln MKZ hybrid vehicles, as well as on the C-Max Energi and Fusion Energi PHV models.

  • ZF Batavia LLC established in Ohio in 1999 as a joint venture between ZF and Ford (Ford: 49%, ZF: 51%).
  • Production of belt type CFT23 CVT units for the European Ford Focus C-Max begins in 2003.
  • Ford buys out ZF’s shares in 2004, making Batavia Transmission LLC into a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Ford introduces its first CVT equipped models to the U.S. market in the MY 2005: Ford Five Hundred, Mercury Montego, and Ford Freestyle.
  • All CVT equipped models discontinued in 2007.
  • Introduced the MY 2009 Ford Escape and Ford Fusion hybrids equipped with Aisin AW CVT systems.
  • Started production of a new HF-35 front wheel drive electric CVT for the new C-Max hybrid models and the fully redesigned MY 2013 Fusion in 2012.

Audi In-house

Previously the Multitronic CVT systems were the most commonly used system for the company, but recently there has been a shift towards using S-tronic step type DCTs instead.

Audi’s Multitronic CVT systems were jointly developed with major clutch supplier LuK (Schaeffler Group), and use a chain for power transfer to handle up to 3.0L engine class vehicles. The chains, pulleys, and hydraulic pumps are procured from LuK and assembled at the Volkswagen Kassel Plant. However, vane type hydraulic pumps are produced by ixetic in Germany.

Audi previously used CVT systems for many of its FF cars with engine sizes under 3.0L, but recently has been replacing these as models are redesigned with step AT/DCT S-Tronic units. The A1 released in 2010 and the fully redesigned A3 launched in 2012 lost their CVTs and had DCTs installed in their place. The late stage B8 model A4, the A4 coupe model A5, and the C7 type A6 used to house CVTs, but were recently announced to be only available with 7-speed DCT, 8-speed step AT, and MT types from the next release.

  • The first CVT was launched as part of the A6 in 1999, continuing with the full redesign in 2011. The subsequent model has no CVT version.
  • The A4 launched in 2000 and full redesign in 2008 had CVT units equipped. The subsequent model has no CVT version.
  • The 2003 A8 had a CVT, but the current model does not.
  • The 2007 A5 had a CVT, as well as the current model. The subsequent model has no CVT version.
  • The 2010 A7 had a CVT, but the current model does not.

Daimler In-house

Daimler began producing CVT units in 2012 under the AUTOTRONIC brand name. The units were installed on A and B-Class models, but were removed when they were fully redesigned in favor of step DCTs.

The units are produced at the company’s Hedelfingen Plant near Stuttgart, and the two stage hydraulic pumps are procured from ixetic.

  • The A-Class launched in autumn 2004 had the company’s first CVT, which was replaced with a DCT with the full redesign in 2012 (W169 to W176 model).

The B-Class launched in summer 2005 had a CVT, which was later replaced with a DCT with the full redesign in 2011 (W245 to W246 model). The Japanese B180 model still has a CVT, but this will also be replaced with a DCT in the future.

List of auto makers by CVT supplier (Including maker in-house production, excluding models supplied on an OEM basis)

  JATCO Aisin AW Toyota
(In-house)
Honda
(In-house)
Subaru
(In-house)
Daihatsu
(In-house)
GM
(In-house)
Ford
(In-house)
Chrysler
(In-house)
Toyota
Nissan
Honda
Mazda
Mitsubishi Motors
Subaru
Daihatsu
Suzuki
GM
Ford
Chrysler
Renault


Ⅳ. List of CVTs and suppliers by model

Toyota: Japan, Europe, Americas

Region Maker Model Name MY Supplier Parts Name
Japan Toyota Pixis Epoch (Daihatsu "Mira e:S") 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Toyota Pixis Joy (Daihatsu "Cast") 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Toyota Pixis Mega (Daihatsu "Wake") 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Toyota Allion 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Japan Toyota Allion 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Alphard 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Alphard Hybrid 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Aqua 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Auris 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Auris 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Auris (Japan) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Axio (Japan) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Camry 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Japan Toyota Collora Fielder (Japan) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Corolla Axio 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Corolla Axio 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Corolla Axio Hybrid 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Corolla Fielder 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Corolla Fielder 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Corolla Fielder Hybrid 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Crown Athlete Hybrid 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Crown Hybrid Royal 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Crown Hybrid Royal Saloon 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Esquire 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Esquire Hybrid 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Estima 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Harrier 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Harrier Hybrid 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Isis 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus CT200h 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus CT200h 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus GS300h 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus GS450h 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus HS250h 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus IS300h 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus LS600h 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus LS600hL 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus NX300h 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus RC300h 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Lexus RX450h 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Noah 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Noah Hybrid 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Passo 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Toyota Pixis Epoch 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Toyota Pixis Mega 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Toyota Pixis Space 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Toyota Pixis Space (Daihatsu "Move Conte") 2016 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Toyota Pixis Space Custom 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Toyota Porte 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Porte 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Porte (Japan) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Premio 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Japan Toyota Premio 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Prius 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Prius α 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota RAV4 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Ractis 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Japan Toyota Ractis 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota SAI 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Sienta 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Japan Toyota Sienta Hybrid 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Spade 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Japan Toyota Spade 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Vellfire 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Vitz 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Japan Toyota Voxy 2016 Toyota CVT
Japan Toyota Voxy Hybrid 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Toyota Wish 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Japan Toyota Wish 2016 Toyota CVT
Americas Toyota Collora (Brazil) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Americas Toyota Collora (USA) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Americas Toyota Collora (Venezuela) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Europe Toyota Auris (UK) 2016 Aisin AW CVT(AWFCX18)
Europe Toyota Avensis (UK) 2016 Aisin AW CVT
Europe Toyota Yaris (France) 2016 Aisin AW CVT

 

 

Nissan: Japan, Europe, Americas

Region Maker Model Name MY Supplier Parts Name
Japan Nissan Cube 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan DAYZ Roox Highway STAR 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Nissan DAYZ Roox Highway STAR 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20 turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Dayz 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Dayz 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20 turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Dayz Highway STAR 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Dayz Highway STAR 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20 turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Dayz Roox 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Elgrand 2018 JATCO CVT8(QR25DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Elgrand 2018 JATCO CVT8(VQ35DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Infiniti QX50 2018 JATCO CVT8(MR20DDT)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Juke 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Juke 2018 JATCO CVT8(MR16DDT turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Latio 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Note 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR12DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Note 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR12DDR supercharger)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Note Medalist 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR12DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Note Medalist 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR12DDR supercharger)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Serena 2018 JATCO CVT8(MR20DD)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Sylphy 2018 JATCO CVT7(MRA8DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Teana 2018 JATCO CVT8(QR25DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Wingroad 2018 JATCO CVT7(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan X-Trail 2018 JATCO CVT8(MR20DD)(CVT)
Japan Nissan X-Trail Hybrid 2018 JATCO CVT8 Hybrid(MR20DD RM31)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Dayz 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Dayz 2017 JATCO CVT7
Japan Nissan Juke 2017 JATCO CVT7
Japan Nissan Note 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Serena 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan X-Trail 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Cube 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Dayz 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Dayz Highway Star 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Dayz Roox 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Dayz Roox Highway Star 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Elgrand 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Juke 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Juke (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT7)
Japan Nissan Latio 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Note 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Note Medalist 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Quest (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Serena (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT8)
Japan Nissan Sylphy 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Teana 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan Wingroad 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan X-Trail (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT8)
Japan Nissan X-Trail Hybrid 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Nissan X-Trail Hybrid (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT8 Hybrid)
Japan Nissan Cube 2015 JATCO CVT(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan DAYZ 2015 JATCO CVT(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Nissan DAYZ Roox 2015 JATCO CVT(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Elegrand 2015 JATCO CVT(QR25DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Elegrand 2015 JATCO CVT(VQ35DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Juke 2015 JATCO CVT(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Juke 2015 JATCO CVT(MR6DDT)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Latio 2015 JATCO CVT(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Note 2015 JATCO CVT(HR12DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Note 2015 JATCO CVT(HR12DDR)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Note Medalist 2015 JATCO CVT(HR12DDR)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Quest 2015 JATCO CVT8
Japan Nissan Serena 2015 JATCO CVT(MR20DD)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Serena Highway Star 2015 JATCO CVT(MR20DD)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Sylphy 2015 JATCO CVT(MRA8DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Teana 2015 JATCO CVT(QR25DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan Wingroad 2015 JATCO CVT(HR15DE)(CVT)
Japan Nissan X-Trail 2015 JATCO CVT(MR20DD)(CVT)
Americas Nissan Infiniti QX60 (USA) 2018 JATCO CVT8(VQ35DE)(CVT)
Americas Nissan Kicks (Mexico) 2018 JATCO CVT7
Americas Nissan Kicks (Mexico) 2017 JATCO CVT
Americas Nissan March 2017 JATCO CVT
Americas Nissan Note (Mexico) 2017 JATCO CVT
Americas Nissan Sentra (Mexico) 2017 JATCO CVT
Americas Nissan Infiniti QX60 Hybrid (USA) 2016 JATCO CVT
Americas Nissan Maxima (USA) 2016 JATCO CVT
Americas Nissan Infiniti QX60 Hybird (USA) 2015 JATCO CVT8
Americas Nissan Murano (USA) 2015 JATCO CVT
Americas Nissan Pathfinder (USA) 2015 JATCO CVT8
Europe Nissan Juke (UK) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT7)
Europe Nissan Qashqai (UK) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT8)
Europe Nissan X-Trail (Russia) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT8)
Europe Nissan Qashqai (UK) 2015 JATCO CVT8

 

 

Honda: Japan

Region Maker Model Name MY Supplier Parts Name
Japan Honda Accord Hybrid 2016 Honda Electric CVT(i-MMD)
Japan Honda CR-V 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda CR-Z 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Fit 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Freed 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Freed + 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Grace 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Jade 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-BOX 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-BOX + 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-BOX + Custom 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-BOX Custom 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-BOX Slash 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-BOX Slash Custom 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-ONE 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-ONE Premium Tourer 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-ONE Tourer 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda N-WGN 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Odyssey 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Odyssey Hybrid 2016 Honda Electric CVT(i-MMD)
Japan Honda S660 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Shuttle 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Step WGN 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Step WGN Spada 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda Vezel 2016 Honda CVT
Japan Honda CR-V 2015 Honda CVT(R20A)(CVT)
Japan Honda CR-Z 2015 Honda CVT(LEA-MF6)(CVT)
Japan Honda Fit 2015 Honda CVT(L13B)(CVT)
Japan Honda Fit 2015 Honda CVT(L15B)(CVT)
Japan Honda Freed 2015 Honda CVT(L15A)(CVT)
Japan Honda Freed Spike 2015 Honda CVT(L15A)(CVT)
Japan Honda Grace 2015 Honda CVT(L15B)(CVT)
Japan Honda Jade 2015 Honda CVT(L15B)(CVT)
Japan Honda N-BOX + 2015 Honda CVT(S07A)(CVT)
Japan Honda N-BOX Slash 2015 Honda CVT(S07A)(CVT)
Japan Honda N-ONE 2015 Honda CVT(S07A)(CVT)
Japan Honda N-WGN 2015 Honda CVT(S07A)(CVT)
Japan Honda Odyssey 2015 Honda CVT(K24W)(CVT)
Japan Honda S660 2015 Honda CVT(S07A)(CVT)
Japan Honda Shuttle 2015 Honda CVT(L15B)(CVT)
Japan Honda Step WGN 2015 Honda CVT(L15B)(CVT)
Japan Honda Vezel 2015 Honda CVT(L15B)(CVT)

 

 

SUBARU: Japan

Region Maker Model Name MY Supplier Parts Name
Japan Subaru Chiffon (Daihatsu "Tanto") 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Subaru Pleo + (Daihatsu "Mira e:S") 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Subaru Stella (Daihatsu "Move") 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Subaru Pleo (Daihatsu "Mira") 2017 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Subaru Exiga Crossover 7 2016 Subaru CVT(FB25)
Japan Subaru Forester 2016 Subaru CVT(FB20)
Japan Subaru Forester 2016 Subaru CVT(FA20)
Japan Subaru Impreza G4 2016 Subaru CVT(FB16)
Japan Subaru Impreza G4 2016 Subaru CVT(FB20)
Japan Subaru Impreza Sport 2016 Subaru CVT(FB16)
Japan Subaru Impreza Sport 2016 Subaru CVT(FB20)
Japan Subaru Impreza Sport Hybrid 2016 Subaru CVT(FB20)
Japan Subaru Legacy B4 2016 Subaru CVT(FB25)
Japan Subaru Legacy Outback 2016 Subaru CVT(FB25)
Japan Subaru Levorg 2016 Subaru CVT(FB16)
Japan Subaru Levorg 2016 Subaru CVT(FA20)
Japan Subaru Pleo + 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Subaru Stella 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Subaru Stella Custom RS 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Subaru WRX S4 2016 Subaru CVT(FA20)
Japan Subaru XV 2016 Subaru CVT(FB20)
Japan Subaru XV Hybrid 2016 Subaru CVT(FB20)
Japan Subaru Exiga Crossover 7 2015 Subaru CVT(FB25)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Forester 2015 Subaru CVT(FB20)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Impreza G4 2015 Subaru CVT(FB16)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Impreza G4 2015 Subaru CVT(FB20)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Impreza Sport 2015 Subaru CVT(FB16)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Impreza Sport 2015 Subaru CVT(FB20)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Legacy B4 2015 Subaru CVT(FB25)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Legacy Outback 2015 Subaru CVT(FB25)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Levorg 2015 Subaru CVT(FB16)(CVT)
Japan Subaru Levorg 2015 Subaru CVT(FA20)(CVT)
Japan Subaru WRX S4 2015 Subaru CVT(FA20)(CVT)
Japan Subaru XV 2015 Subaru CVT(FB20)(CVT)

 

 

Daihatsu: Japan

Region Maker Model Name MY Supplier Parts Name
Japan Daihatsu Cast 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Daihatsu Mira e:S 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Daihatsu Move 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Daihatsu Move Canbus 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Daihatsu Tanto 2018 Akashi-Kikai Industry CVT ASSY
Japan Daihatsu Altis Hybrid 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Daihatsu Boon 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Cast Activa 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Cast Sport 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Cast Style 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Cast Style G Turbo 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Copen Cero 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Copen Robe 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Copen XPLAY 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Mebius 2016 Toyota Electric CVT
Japan Daihatsu Mira Cocoa 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Mira e:S 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Move 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Move Canbus 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Move Conte 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Move Conte Custom RS 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Move Custom RS 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Tanto 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Tanto Custom RS 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Wake 2016 Daihatsu CVT
Japan Daihatsu Wake G Turbo 2016 Daihatsu CVT

 

 

Mazda, Mitsubishi Motors, Suzuki: Japan

Region Maker Model Name MY Supplier Parts Name
Japan Mazda Carol 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A)(CVT)
Japan Mazda Flair (Suzuki "Wagon R") 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A)(CVT)
Japan Mazda Flair (Suzuki "Wagon R") 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A)(CVT)
Japan Mazda Flair Crossover 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A)(CVT)
Japan Mazda Flair Crossover 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Mazda Flair Custom Style 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A)(CVT)
Japan Mazda Flair Custom Style 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Mazda Axela Sedan Hybrid 2016 Aisin AW Electric CVT
Japan Mazda Carol 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mazda Flair 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mazda Flair Crossover 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mazda Flair Crossover XT 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mazda Flair Wagon 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:2 Hybrid 2018 JATCO CVT7(K12C WA05A)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:5 2018 JATCO CVT8(4J11)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:5 2018 JATCO CVT8(4B12)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross 2018 JATCO CVT8
Japan Mitsubishi Outlander 2018 JATCO CVT8(4J11)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi Outlander 2018 JATCO CVT8(4J12)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi RVR 2018 JATCO CVT8(4J10)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Custom 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Custom 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20 turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Space 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Space Custom 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Space Custom 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20 turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Wagon 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Wagon 2018 JATCO CVT7(3B20 turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:5 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi Outlander 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi RVR 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi eK SPACE 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi eK Space 2017 JATCO CVT7
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:2 Hybrid 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:5 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi Mirage (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT7)
Japan Mitsubishi Outlander 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi RVR (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT8)
Japan Mitsubishi RVR Roadest 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi eK Custom 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi eK Space 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi eK Space Custom 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi eK Wagon 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:5 2015 JATCO CVT(4J11)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi Delica D:5 2015 JATCO CVT(4B12)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi Outlander 2015 JATCO CVT8
Japan Mitsubishi RVR 2015 JATCO CVT(4J10)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi RVR Roadest 2015 JATCO CVT(4J10)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Custom 2015 JATCO CVT(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Space 2015 JATCO CVT(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Mitsubishi eK Wagon 2015 JATCO CVT(3B20)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Alto 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Hustler 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Hustler 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Hustler 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Ignis Hybrid 2018 JATCO CVT7(K12C WA05A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Lapin 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki SX4-S Cross 2018 JATCO CVT7(M16A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Solio 2018 JATCO CVT7(K12C)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Solio Bandit Mild Hybrid 2018 JATCO CVT7(K12C WA05A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Solio Mild Hybrid 2018 JATCO CVT7(K12C WA05A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Swift 2018 JATCO CVT7(K12C)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Swift Hybrid RS 2018 JATCO CVT7
Japan Suzuki Wagon R 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Wagon R 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Wagon R Stingray 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Wagon R Stingray 2018 JATCO CVT7(R06A WA04A turbocharger)(CVT)
Japan Suzuki Swift Hybrid 2017 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Alto 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Hustler 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Ignis (Japan) 2016 JATCO CVT(CVT7)
Japan Suzuki Ignis Hybrid 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Lapin 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki SX4-S Cross 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Solio 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Solio Bandit 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Solio Hybrid 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Spacia 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Swift 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Swift Sport 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Wagon R 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Wagon R Stingray 2016 JATCO CVT
Japan Suzuki Alto 2015 JATCO CVT(R06A)
Japan Suzuki Hustler 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(R06A)
Japan Suzuki Kizashi 2015 JATCO CVT (JF011E)(J24B)
Japan Suzuki Landy 2015 JATCO CVT (JF011E)(MR20DE)
Japan Suzuki Lapin 2015 JATCO CVT(R06A)
Japan Suzuki MR Wagon 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(R06A)
Japan Suzuki MR Wagon Wit 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(R06A)
Japan Suzuki Solio 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(K12B)
Japan Suzuki Spacia 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(R06A)
Japan Suzuki Swift 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(K12B)
Japan Suzuki Wagon R 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(R06A)
Japan Suzuki Wagon R Stingray 2015 JATCO CVT7 (JF015E)(R06A)

 

 

U.S. OEMs: Europe, Americas

Region Maker Model Name MY Supplier Parts Name
Americas GM Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid 2017 GM Electric CVT(Voltec 5ET50)
Americas GM Chevrolet Volt 2016 GM Electric CVT(Voltec 5ET50)
Americas GM Chevrolet Spark (USA) 2015 JATCO CVT7
Americas Ford Mondeo Hybrid 2015 Ford Electric CVT(HF35)
Americas Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid 2018 Chrysler Electric CVT
Europe Renault Megane (Spain) 2017 JATCO CVT
Europe Lamborghini MACH VRT T4i (Italy) 2016 ZF Friedrichshafen AG CVT


Ⅴ. CVT maker production facilities (including OEM in-house)

CVT maker Country Plant Location
JATCO Japan Fuji Area Plant Fuji (Shizuoka)
Japan Kakegawa Area Plant Kakegawa (Shizuoka)
Japan Kyoto Area Plant Kyoto
Japan Yagi Area Plant Nantan (Kyoto)
Mexico JATCO Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Aguascalientes
China Jatco (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd. Guangzhou, China
Thailand JATCO (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Chonburi
Aisin AW Japan Tahara Plant Tahara (Aichi)
Japan Okazaki East Plant Okazaki (Aichi)
Japan Okazaki Plant Okazaki (Aichi)
Japan CVTEC Co., Ltd. Tahara (Aichi)
Toyota
(In-house production)
Japan Kinuura Plant Hekinan (Aichi)
Japan Toyota Motor Hokkaido, Inc. Tomakomai (Hokkaido)
China Toyota Motor (Changshu) Auto Parts Co., Ltd Jiangsu province
Honda
(In-house production)
Japan Hamamatsu Plant Hamamatsu (Shizuoka)
Japan Suzuka Plant Suzuka (Mie)
Indonesia P.T. Honda Precision Parts Manufacturing Karawang
Mexico Honda De Mexico, S.A. De C.V. El Salto, Jalisco
SUBARU
(In-house production)
Japan Oizumi Plant (Gunma) Oizumi (Gunma)
Daihatsu
(In-house production)
Japan Shiga (Ryuo) Plant Ryuo (Shiga)
Japan Kyushu Plant, Akashi-kikai Industry Co., Ltd. Asakura (Fukuoka)
Audi
(In-house production)
Germany Kassel Plant (VW) Kassel
Daimler
(In-house production)
Germany Hedelfingen Plant Stuttgart

(Note) CVTEC Co., Ltd. is a joint-venture between Aisin AW and Toyota Motor. Aisin AW owns a 66.6% stake in the joint venture, while Toyota has all the remaining shares.
Source: websites of the OEMs and suppliers, and interviews and surveys conducted by MarkLines Co., Ltd.



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