FWD Petrol Engine Car Chassis

1 Ignition switch 2 ON/OFF switch. 3 Steering wheel. 4 Front lights. 5 Electric motor. 6 Suspension 7 Wheel 8 Driver’s chair. 9 Drums. 10 Exhaust 11 Head lights 12 Number plate

  • Identify how the FWD Petrol Engine Car transmission system works.
  • Identify the main components of the FWD Petrol Engine Car.
  • FWD petrol engine car chassis (COV102)
  • Hard copy user manual

This educational unit (COV102) features a front-wheel-drive (FWD) passenger vehicle excluding the body striped off and electric circuitry and mounted by its chassis on a robust frame to expose all the essential systems that make up this type of ground vehicle.

  • An FWD passenger vehicle with its body and interior excluded is mounted by its chassis on a robust frame.
  • The unit contains all the essential systems that make up this sort of ground vehicle such as the petrol direct injection engine, of five speeds with reverse speed transmission, drive train, electric power steering, front Macpherson suspension, brakes, fuel delivery and system with an electrical fan
  • The trainer is also provided with a sectioned intake & exhaust system.
  • The educational unit is provided with ABS+ESP system, disk brakes and drum braking.
  • The driver seat and the steering wheel is provided for the purpose of real simulation of fully operation of the vehicle.
  • The whole vehicle suspension is based on coil springs.
  • Whole lights and warning lights system with control unit are provided.
  • All the systems included within the vehicle are sectioned to view their internal construction.
  • The color contrast allows observing the systems, their construction, components, and operation from the vehicle perimeter.
  • The chassis that binds the essential systems is a custom fabricated.
  • The rotational parts such as the engine and the transmission are covered by a transparent cover for the purpose of safety.
  • Attached to the engine is an electric motor to simulate as if the vehicle is operational and drive dependent systems.