Automobile structure designed to house and protect the mechanical components, the passengers and cargo.
Device squirting liquid on the windshield in order to clean it.
Component on the exterior of the body below the bumpers reducing air resistance.
Metal or plastic trim embellishing the front and rear bumpers.
Transverse component of the body between the hood and the windshield allowing air into the passenger compartment.
Component of the body forming a streamlined and aerodynamic casing around the wheels.
Plastic or metal grating in front of the vehicle protecting the radiator and serving as decoration.
Lamp on the front of the vehicle to light up the space in front.
Lidlike part of the body covering and protecting the engine.
Mirror fixed to the outside of the passenger compartment enabling the driver to see behind and along the sides of the vehicle without turning around.
Rubber squeegee, usually mounted in a pair; it is activated by a motor and cleans the windshield.
Glass and plastic pane protecting the occupants from inclement weather while providing good visibility.
body side molding
Metal or plastic part attached along the doors to protect them against light impact.
Mechanism housed in the door to lock it; it is manipulated with a key or button.
Piece of rubber or plastic attached behind the rear wheels to repel projectiles.
Moving panel with a handle, attached to the body by hinges or a sliding system, providing access to the passenger compartment.
Device for activating the door’s opening mechanism.
Side window that can be lowered, protecting against inclement weather while providing good visibility.
Circular deformable unit made of rubber, mounted on the wheel and inflated with air, providing the connection between the car and the road, and absorbing the unevenness of the road.
Decorative metal or plastic part concealing the wheel hub.
Flap concealing the fuel-tank opening, which is plugged by a cap.
Enclosed space at the rear of the vehicle, or sometimes at the front, designed to hold and transport cargo that is not too large.
Small window among the series of windows on the side of the body.
Small open canal capturing rainwater from the roof and carrying it to the rear, where it drips off.
Vertical safety pillar between the two doors connecting the upper part of the body to the lower part.
Exterior component with a slightly curving surface forming the vehicle’s covering.
Moving part in the roof that opens up over the front seats to let air into the passenger compartment.
Device receiving radio waves broadcast by a station.