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Vehicle Systems
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Identify Body Type And Their
Functional Requirement
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Body Types:
Construction
Light Vehicle
Commercial Vehicle
Public Passenger vehicle
Special Purpose Vehicle
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Body Types:
 Construction:
a. Monocoque/Unitary
b. Separate/Composite
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Body Types:
 Construction:
a. Monocoque/Unitary
Monocoque is a construction technique that supports structural load by
using an object's exterior, as opposed to using an
internal frame or truss that is then covered with a non-loadbearing skin or coachwork.
The word monocoque comes from the Greek for single (mono)
and French for shell (coque).
The technique may also be called structural skin, stressed skin, unit
body, unibody, unitary construction, or Body Frame Integral (BFI).
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a. Monocoque/Unitary
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b. Separate/Composite(Chassis/Body)
Body-on-frame is an automobile construction technology. Mounting a
separate body to a rigid frame that supports the drivetrain was the
original method of building automobiles, and its use continues to this
day.
Most small passenger vehicles switched to monocoque construction in
the 1960s
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b. Separate/Composite(Chassis/Body)
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
a. Saloon
b. Hatchback
c. Estate/Station Wagon
d. Coupe
e. Convertible
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 Light Vehicle:
a. Saloon
A saloon car is one of the most common body styles of the modern car. At its
most basic, the saloon is a passenger car with a separate bonnet covering
the engine in the front, and a separate boot for luggage at the rear.
A saloon seats four or more and has a fixed roof that is full-height up to the
rear window. Most commonly it is
1.
2.
Four Door Saloon
Two Door Saloon
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
a. Saloon
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
a. Saloon
1.
Four Door Saloon
BMW 7 Series
Toyota Corolla
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
a. Saloon
2. Two Door Saloon
Audi A5
Honda Civic
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b. Hatchback
A Hatchback car has a sloping back with a hinged rear door that
opens upward. The rear deck lid and window lift open as a unit. The
rear door leads into the car.
Two types of Hatchbacks are:
1.
2.
Three Door Hatchback
Five Door Hatchback
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 Light Vehicle:
b. Hatchback
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
b. Hatchback
1.
Three Door Hatchback
Suzuki Swift
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
b. Hatchback
1.
Five Door Hatchback
Hyundai Santro
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c. Estate/ Station Wagon
An Estate car is a car body style similar to a saloon, but with an
extended rear cargo area.
Most Estate cars are modified saloon-type car bodies, having the
passenger area extended to the rear window (over the normal boot
area of the vehicle).
Unlike a hatchback car, which otherwise meets this description, an
Estate is the full height of the passenger cabin all the way to the
back; the rear glass is not sloped too far from vertical. Estate cars
also have side windows over the cargo area, whereas most
hatchbacks have no cargo area windows.
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
c. Estate/ Station Wagon
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
c. Estate/ Station Wagon
1. Three Door Estate
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
c. Estate/ Station Wagon
1. Five Door Estate
Five Door Estate
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 Light Vehicle:
d. Coupe
A 2-door, 2- or 4-seat car with a fixed roof.
Its doors are often longer than those of an equivalent sedan and the rear
passenger area smaller; the roof may also be low.
In cases where the rear seats are very small and not intended for regular use
it is called a 2+2 (pronounced "two plus two
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d. Coupe
BMW M3
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d. Convertible
A body style with a flexible textile folding roof or rigid retracting roof to allow
driving in open or enclosed modes. The roof may be constructed of soft or rigid
material.
A soft-top convertible may also be referred to as a cabriolet, cabrio, spyder,
or spider, although two-seater soft tops often retain the name roadster, referring
to their body style.
Hard-tops are marketed under the terms coupé cabriolet, coupé convertible or
simply retractable hardtop, while two-seaters more commonly use coupé
roadster/roadster coupé.
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 Light Vehicle:
d. Convertible
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
d. Convertible (retractable hard top)
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Body Types:
 Light Vehicle:
d. Convertible (roadster)
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 Commercial:
Rigid
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Articulated:
Vehicle which has a permanent or semi-permanent pivoting joint in its
construction, allowing the vehicle to turn more sharply.
There are many kinds of articulated vehicles, from heavy
equipment to buses, trams and trains.
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Pickup
A pickup truck an abbreviation of "utility vehicle"—in Australia and New
Zealand) is a light motor vehicle with an open-top rear cargo area (bed)
which is almost always separated from the cab to allow for chassis flex
when carrying or pulling heavy loads.
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Pickup
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Flatbed Truck
A flatbed truck is a type of truck which can be either articulated or rigid.
As the name suggests, it has an entirely flat, level 'bed' body with no sides
or roof. This allows for quick and easy loading of goods, and consequently
they are used to transport heavy loads that are not delicate or vulnerable
to precipitation, such as construction equipment, and also for abnormal
loads that require more space than is available on a closed body.
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 Commercial:
Flatbed Truck
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 Commercial:
Flatbed Truck
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 Commercial:
Drop side Platform Truck:
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 Commercial:
Box Van:
Box truck, also known as a cube truck, cube van, bob
truck, box van, or straight truck, is a truck with
a cuboid-shaped cargo area.
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 Commercial:
Box Van:
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Box Van:
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 Commercial:
Curtainsider:
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Body Types:
 Commercial:
Tipper:
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Body Types:
 Commercial:
Tipper:
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Tanker truck:
A tanker truck or road tanker is a motor vehicle designed
to carry liquefied loads, dry bulk cargo or gases on roads
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Tanker truck:
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Temperature controlled ( Refrigerated truck):
A refrigerator truck is a van or truck designed to carry
perishable freight at specific temperatures
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 Commercial:
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 Public Passenger Vehicle:
Mini Bus:
A minibus or mini coach is a passenger carrying motor
vehicle that is designed to carry more people than
a multi-purpose vehicle or minivan, but fewer people
than a full-size bus.
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 Public Passenger Vehicle:
Mini Bus:
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Body Types:
 Public Passenger Vehicle:
Mini Bus:
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 Public Passenger Vehicle:
Omni bus:
A bus (archaically also omnibus, multibus, or autobus) is
a road vehicle designed to carry passengers. The most
common type of bus is the single-decker bus, with larger
loads carried by double-decker buses and articulated
buses, and smaller loads carried
by midibuses and minibuses; coaches are used for
longer distance services.
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 Public Passenger Vehicle:
Omni bus:
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 Special Purpose Vehicle:
Ambulance:
An ambulance is a vehicle for transportation of sick or
injured people to, from or between places of treatment
for an illness or injury, and in some instances will also
provide out of hospital medical care to the patient.
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 Special Purpose Vehicle:
Ambulance:
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 Special Purpose Vehicle:
Fire Tender:
A fire apparatus, fire engine, fire truck, or fire
appliance is a vehicle designed to assist in
fighting fires by transporting firefighters to the scene
and providing them with access to the fire, along with
water or other equipment
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Body Types:
 Special Purpose Vehicle:
Fire Tender:
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Engine Position/ drives, Vehicle
Body Components and Vehicle
Systems
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Engine Positions:
• Forward
• Center
• Rear
• Transverse
• Longitudinal
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Engine Positions:
• Forward/Front Engine:
A front-mounted engine describes the placement of
an automobile engine in front of the vehicle passenger
compartment.
This layout is the most traditional form, and remains a
popular, practical design.
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Engine Positions:
• Forward/Front Engine:
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Engine Positions:
• Center /Mid Engine:
A mid-engine layout describes the placement of
an automobile engine between the rear and front axles.
Another term for this is mid-ship
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Engine Positions:
• Center /Mid Engine:
Front Mid Engine Rear Wheel Drive
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Engine Positions:
• Center /Mid Engine:
Rear Mid Engine Rear Wheel Drive
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Engine Positions:
• Center /Mid Engine:
Front Mid Engine Front Wheel Drive
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Engine Positions:
• Rear Engine:
In automobile design, a rear-engine design layout
places the engine at the rear of the vehicle.
The most popular current application of this layout is
in Low-floor buses where its space saving attributes are
best applied.
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Engine Positions:
• Rear Engine:
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Engine Positions:
• Transverse:
A transverse engine is an engine mounted in a vehicle so
that the engine's crankshaft axis is perpendicular to
the long axis of the vehicle.
Many modern front wheel drive vehicles use this
engine mounting configuration.
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Engine Positions:
• Transverse:
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Engine Positions:
• Longitudinal:
•In automotive engineering, a longitudinal engine is
an internal combustion engine in which the crankshaft is
oriented along the long axis of the vehicle, front to back
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Engine Positions:
• Longitudinal:
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Drives:
• Front Wheel
• Rear Wheel
• Four Wheel
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Drives:
• Front Wheel Drive
Front-wheel drive (FWD) is a form
of engine/transmission layout used in motor vehicles, where
the engine drives the front wheels only.
Most modern front-wheel drive vehicles feature a transverse
engine, rather than the conventional longitudinal
engine arrangement generally found in rear-wheel drive and
four-wheel drive vehicles.
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Drives:
• Front Wheel Drive
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Drives:
• Rear Wheel Drive
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Drives:
• Rear Wheel Drive
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Drives:
• Four Wheel Drive
Four-wheel drive, 4WD, or 4×4 ("four by four") is a
four-wheeled vehicle with a drivetrain that allows all
four wheels to receive torque from the engine
simultaneously
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Drives:
• Four Wheel Drive
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Driver Position
Left Hand
Vehicles are manufactured in left-hand drive (LHD) and right-hand drive (RHD)
configurations, referring to the placement of the driving seat and controls within the
vehicle.
Typically, the placement of the steering wheel is opposite to the rule of the road:
Left Hand Traffic countries use RHD vehicles, and Right Hand Traffic countries use
LHD vehicles
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Driver Position
Left Hand
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Driver Position
Right Hand Drive
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Forward
In road vehicle design, Cab forward, also known as Cab-over, COE (Cab Over Engine),
or forward control, is a body style of truck or van that has a vertical front or "flat
face", with the cab sitting above the front axle
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Forward
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Standard
A standard cab pickup has a single row of seats and a single set of doors, one on
each side.
Most pickups have a front bench seat that can be used by three people, however
within the last few decades, various manufacturers have begun to offer individual
seats as standard equipment
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Standard
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Extended cab
Extended or super cab pickups add an extra space behind the main seat.
This is normally accessed by reclining the front bench back, but recent extended cab
pickups have featured suicide doors on one or both sides for access
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Extended cab
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Crew cab
A true four-door pickup is a crew cab, double cab, dual cab or quad cab.
It features seating for up to five or six people on two full benches and full-size fronthinged doors on both sides.
Most crew cab pickups have a shorter bed or box to reduce their overall length
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Commercial Vehicle Cab Positions
Crew cab
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Chassis
Cruciform( Cross member within chassis)
Ladder
Rigid
Articulated
Sub frame
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Chassis
Cruciform( Cross member within chassis)
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Chassis
Ladder
So named for its resemblance to a ladder, the ladder frame is the simplest and oldest
of all designs. It consists merely of two symmetrical rails, or beams, and cross
members connecting them
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Chassis
Rigid
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Chassis
Articulated
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Chassis
Sub frame : The relatively thin metal of an integrally constructed vehicle means that
concentrated loads from the engine and suspension units could cause excessive local
stress and noise. These problems are overcome by using subframes to spread the load
and reduce noise transfer.
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Chassis
Sub frames:
Engine
Transmission
Suspension
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Chassis
Sub frames:
Engine
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Chassis
Sub frames:
Transmission
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Chassis
Sub frames:
Suspension
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Door Closure
• Hinged
• Sliding
• Hatchback
• Open topped
• Curtains
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Door Closure
• Hinged
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Door Closure
• Sliding
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Door Closure
• Hatchback
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Door Closure
• Open topped
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CABS:
• Rigid
• Articulated
• Tilt(Forward)
• Half cab
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CABS:
• Rigid
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CABS:
• Articulated
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CABS:
• Tilt(Forward)
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CABS:
• Half cab
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LOAD AREAS:
• Platform (Flat)
• Drop side (Single) Platform
• Open Box (fixed side)
• Box Van (Enclosed Box)
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• Platform (Flat)
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• Box Van (Enclosed Box)

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