[No.6:Elements in Front & Elements in Rear! ] 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 “Elements in Front & Elements in Rear!” appearing below.

[ Grill, Head Lamp, Fog Lamp, Rear Combination Lamp, Rear Spoiler, Tumblehome, Plan Curve ]

 

Elements in Front & Elements in Rear

– Tumblehome

The inward slope of the cabin above the beltline is also called the tumblehome.

– Plan Curve

The roundness of object (body, cabin) when look at from the top.

 

Can you describe following terms?

We are going to give you those terms and definitions in 6 parts!

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<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



 
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