[No.4:Fender Area! ] Most Frequently Used Car Design Terminologies
Hello to all. We listed some of essential terms for studying car design. Car Design Academy recommends memorizing or understanding at least these. They are described with some illustrations for making the meaning clearly understandable. We are going to give you those terms and definitions in 6 parts! It is also helping beginners to learn! Today’s topic is “Fender Area!” appearing below. [ Fender Panel, Fender Flair, Lip, Wheel, Spoke, Tire, Tire House ]
Fender Area- Fender Panel Panel between Front Bumper and Front Door. - Fender Flair Rounded projected area to protect tire and wheel. - Lip The edge of Fender Flair around the Tire House. - Wheel Metal made parts inside of Tire. - Spoke A spoke is one of some number of rods radiating from the center of wheel. - Tire Rubbers covering outside of Wheel. - Tire House Grill is the front face of the car where intake the outside air to Engine Room. - Roof The area where Tire is installed. Can you describe following terms? We are going to give you those terms and definitions in 6 parts! DON’T MISS OUT – follow Car Design Academy’s Facebook page or on Twitter for all the latest news and exclusive offers. Don’t forget to “Like” or “Follow” us! We post on Facebook & Twitter every day.
<No.1> Key Lines Character Line, Belt Line, Door Parting Line, Cross Section Lines <No.2>Key Structures and Items Pillar, Axis, Wheel Base, Grill, Hood, Cabin, Body, Roof, Trunk, Bumper <No.3> Views Side, Front, Rear, Plan, and Quarter <No.4> Fender Area Wheel Area, Fender Panel, Fender Flair, Lip, Wheel, Spoke, Tire, Tire House <No.5> Window Area Black Ceramic, Quarter Glass, Six Light <No.6> Elements in Front & Elements in Rear Tumblehome, Plan Curve, Fog Lamp, Rear Combination Lamp, Rear spoiler, Rear Bumper