Modules and personalization
Integrating ever more components and functionalities in a compact, aerodynamic front-end module demands great technical and logistical expertise. And Plastic Omnium has just that. Today, that expertise is broadening to take in other parts of the vehicle, such as the cockpit and center console.
We give cars a face!
Rely on us for your front-end module business. We are the only supplier of highly integrated front-end modules in the world. But we can do more than just assemble modules. We are a strong partner for you in development and construction – and deliver your modules just-in-sequence for your series production.
Active grille shutter
Energy efficiency as a benchmark
There has been a CO₂ regulation complying with EU specifications in place for passenger cars and commercial vehicles since 2009. We equip our front-end modules with active air control systems on request. Our Active Grille Shutters are ideal for improving a vehicle’s aerodynamics – whether the vehicle has a combustion engine or an electric motor!
Efficiency in the tightest of spaces
Our Rollo helps to improve the drag and driving resistance, and thus to save on consumption and indirectly on CO₂. The shutter can be installed wherever there is little space available for a conventional Active Grille Shutter solution.
We can do comfort too
A vehicle interior is like a car’s living room. A different look-and-feel makes other requirements necessary. We have two decades of auto industry experience in modularisations and since 2016, we have been supplying module solutions for the interior with our center console.
Charge LID module
For a quick and easy charging process
Not only does an electric vehicle have to be recharged more frequently: charging also takes longer than conventional refuelling. And so our development engineers have devised ideas to make the process simpler for motorists, while also protecting the charging flap from possible damage.
Additional storage space in the front of the vehicle
Electrification has also changed the vehicle architecture, creating space in the front of the car where traditional internal combustion engines were previously located. This also offers many opportunities: the space freed up can be used for new solutions. This is where we developed the Frunk module – plenty of space for individual possibilities.