Automobile interior equipment


Automobile interior equipment

Automobile interior equipment generally includes passive safety, dashboard, shifter for selecting gear ratios and .

Ancillary

Ancillary equipment includes items such as stereos, air conditioning, cruise control, car phones, positioning systems, cupholders, refrigerator, etc.

Air conditioning used when the car engine is off can cause main battery discharge. A solution for this is the inclusion of a secondary battery for ancilleries.

See also

* Automobile


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