For the growing MaaS market, we leverage our capability of developing opening and closing systems and sensing technology to offer safe, comfortable mobility and vehicle entry/exit.
Door opening and closing system
Power sliding door system
This system broadens the cabin space by building a drive unit in the sliding door or on the floor. It has already been adopted for many types of vehichles in Japan from micro/compact cars to minivans.
It creates a larger opening making it easier for anyone, including children, the elderly and those with limited mobility, to enter/exit a vehicle securely and safely, even in a narrow space.
Using a "karakuri mechanism," which is activated without electricity, the steps are deployed and retracted as the power sliding door opens and closes. This ensures that everyone can easily and safely get in and out of the vehicle.
Power back door system
Using a switch, the large back door can be opened and closed automatically. Convenient functions are incorporated, including the ability to open and close doors with foot movement, while both hands are occupied with groceries, baggage, etc.
Roof and front-related products
We offer a broad product line, including multi-panel, panoramic, and standard sunroofs. We hold the largest domestic market share in Japan. Aisin sunroofs provide ventilation, lighting, and luxury, and give passengers a feeling of freedom thanks to excellent engineering and design.
By opening and closing fins with the shutter located in front of the radiator, the flow of wind into the grill is controlled. This can reduce air resistance and help improve fuel economy and mileage.
Active front spoiler
The front spoiler, located under the front bumper of the vehicle, is deployed and retracted by the drive motor to reduce air resistance and contribute to improved fuel efficiency.
By using an air-bag called Prada, a pump and a valve, pressure is applied to the passenger’s body -- from the back to the femur -- further refreshing body and mind.
With the world’s greatest number of directional movements (28), outstanding hold is achieved, improving handling stability during deceleration and cornering.
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