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Automotive Sliding Armrests

Automotive Sliding Armrests

In 1997 Accuride developd the mechanism for the first sliding armrest introduced in a car. During the past ten years Accuride’s inhouse automotive design engineers have continued to develop and enhance its expertise in centre console management.

In 2007 – Accuride integrated its sliding technology into the first height adjustable armrest now successfully implemented in the Audi Q7. The armrest, sited between the two second-row seats, provides an ergonomic sitting position. It is also stowable when the seats are folded down to maximise the available space.

Based on this success and on feedback from car manufacturers and their system suppliers, Accuride has developed a variety of compact height adjustable systems, manual as well as electrical. They range from low-end to premium ranges and are modular to meet different requirements according to specification sheets.

For more information on  Automotive Sliding Armrests  talk to  Accuride International Limited

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