Interior systems and components

The interior of the cabin is a vehicle’s immediate interface with both its driver and passengers. A vehicle’s interior should make users feel content, safe and respected. These components often also need to be extremely robust, such as the vehicle floor, which sees heavy and repeated use.

Interior Trim

The interior trim is decisive in the look and feel of the cabin. It also has a strong impact on both the acoustics in the cabin and the climate because it also helps to balance temperature and humidity. Typical materials for interior trim are fleece usually laminated with fabric or PVC, and for insulation backfoaming.

Side Wall

Photo shows example for Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicle (MHCV)

 

 

Bulkhead - Cabin Side

Photo shows example for Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV)

 

Headliner

Photo shows example for Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV)

 

Floor

The floor is an important component for good acoustics. In a commercial vehicle a floor has to be extremely wear-resistant. Sometimes features such as a hatch are integrated which offers access to the workings of the vehicle.

Tunnel Carpet

Photo shows example for Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicle (MHCV)

 

Internal Floor-Carpet

Photo shows example for Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV)

 

Cabin Floor Carpet

Photo shows example for Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV)

 

Storage

The storage modules in a truck cabin have a significant impact on the driving team’s quality of life and work. Most cabins contain a storage module on top of the windshield and a long-haul cabin typically has a storage module in the under-bunk area located behind the driver and passenger seat.

Under Bunk Storage

Photo shows example for Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicle (MHCV)

 

Upper Shelf

Photo shows example for Medium and Heavy Commercial Vehicle (MHCV)

 

Trunk & Cargo Area

The trunk of a car has a strong impact on noise and sound in the cabin and the components require an attractive appearance and rigidity. The trunk of a luxury car is not so much a cargo platform instead normally hosts golf equipment or luxury luggage. This means should be stylish exclusive with a high quality, touch and feel ratherThe cargo area of a van is the real cargo platform and requires high wear-resistance.

Bulkhead - Cargo Side

Photo shows example for Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV)

 

Trunk Module

Photo shows example for Light Vehicle (LV)

 

Parcel Shelf

Photo shows example for Light Vehicle (LV)