Automotive Suspension System Companies

Automotive suspension system companies design and produce suspension components that enhance vehicle ride comfort and handling. They develop innovative suspension technologies, including shock absorbers, springs, and control arms, improving overall vehicle performance and safety.

Automotive Suspension System Key Company

*Disclaimer: List of key companies in no particular order

Latest Company Updates:

October 2023- McLaren Automotive and Tenneco, a British luxury supercar and hypercar manufacturer, on October 20th, declared Monroe® as the Sanctioned Intelligent Suspension Provider for the McLaren selection of road cars. The superior suspension is a vital part of offering the accurate and exciting driving skill that is crucial to McLaren's clientele. The revelation develops on a very long bond between McLaren Automotive and Monroe®, which has witnessed engineers from both companies operating along with each other to build and install advanced suspension technologies. McLaren and Monroe first cooperated in 2011 with the launch of Kinetic® suspension on McLaren Automotive's first supercar, the 12C. Monroe suspension technologies, as McLaren Automotive's Sanctioned Intelligent Suspension Provider, already has on McLaren's current models, growing on the carmaker's earlier vast application of Monroe Intelligent Suspension CVSA2 and CVSA2/Kinetic H2 systems.

October 2023- Toyota Motor Corporation disclosed its latest Crown Sport Hybrid (HEV) model in Japan and will start taking orders from October 20th. The latest model intends to be released around November. Toyota also proposes to introduce a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) model by the end of December 2023, the Crown Sedan model around November, and the Crown Estate model prior to the end of this fiscal year (FY2024). Developed on the unshakable and unique Crown platform passed down over generations, the company's latest Crown series comes in four models customized to the customer appeals and assortment of every customer. As an international brand commencing in Japan, these four individual forms sign the start of the second chapter for the Crown brand. One of them is the Sport kind, which is an SUV but, in a brand, new form, providing an attractive design resembling the senses together with a fun driving experience.

Top listed global companies in the industry are:

  • Schaeffler AG (Germany)
  • ZF Friedrichshafen AG (Germany)
  • ThyssenKrupp AG (Germany)
  • Continental AG (Germany)
  • Magneti Marelli SpA (Italy)
  • Tenneco Inc. (US)
  • KYB Corporation (Japan)
  • BENTELER International AG (Austria)
  • Sogefi SpA (Italy)
  • Mando Corp. (South Korea)
  • NHK Spring Co, Ltd. (Japan)
  • Parker Hannifin Corporation (US)
  • Rassini (Mexico), and others.