CN115140183A - Vehicle front cabin structure and vehicle - Google Patents

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CN115140183A
CN115140183A CN202110351443.5A CN202110351443A CN115140183A CN 115140183 A CN115140183 A CN 115140183A CN 202110351443 A CN202110351443 A CN 202110351443A CN 115140183 A CN115140183 A CN 115140183A
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黄红生
闫军飞
黄海
刘腾涌
杨艳兵
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The present disclosure relates to a vehicle front cabin structure and a vehicle. The vehicle front cabin structure includes tye, two shock absorber bedplate, two roof rails that set up along left right direction interval and two wheel houses that set up along left right direction interval, the tye is connected between two roof rails, the shock absorber bedplate with wheel house one-to-one, every the top of wheel house all is provided with the shock absorber bedplate, the wheel house is connected the inboard of roof rail, the both ends of tye respectively with the shock absorber bedplate is connected, the both ends of tye still extend to the roof rail with the roof rail is connected. The structure can increase the dynamic stiffness of the vehicle along the left and right direction and improve the comfort of passengers.

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Vehicle front cabin structure and vehicle
Technical Field
The disclosure relates to the technical field of vehicle body structures of vehicles, in particular to a front cabin structure of a vehicle and the vehicle.
Background
A front deck structure of a vehicle body structure is located at a head portion of a front portion of a vehicle body and generally serves to accommodate components such as an engine and a vacuum booster. The gutter channel is generally disposed below the front windshield and is used for draining rainwater along the gutter channel. In this type of vehicle, the vehicle body structure in the vicinity of the gutter channel is weak in dynamic stiffness in the left-right direction, which causes the shock absorber of the chassis to be liable to twist and vibrate largely when passing over an uneven road surface, thereby causing discomfort to the occupant, and the vehicle body structure is liable to be more liable to be torn by fatigue failure due to insufficient dynamic stiffness.
Disclosure of Invention
It is an object of the present disclosure to provide a vehicle front cabin structure and a vehicle that can at least partially solve the above-mentioned problems.
In order to realize the above-mentioned purpose, this disclosure provides a vehicle front deck structure, it includes tye, two shock absorber bedplate, along two roof beams that left right direction interval set up and along two wheel houses that left right direction interval set up, the tye is connected between two roof beams, the shock absorber bedplate with the wheel house one-to-one, every the top of wheel house all is provided with the shock absorber bedplate, the wheel house is connected the inboard of roof beam, the both ends of tye respectively with the shock absorber bedplate is connected, the both ends of tye still extend to the roof beam with the roof beam is connected.
Optionally, the vehicle front cabin structure further includes a glass cross beam extending in the left-right direction, the roof side beam extends in the front-back direction, and the rear side of the gutter channel is fixedly connected to the glass cross beam, so that the gutter channel, the damper seat plate, the roof side beam, and the glass cross beam together form a U-shaped support frame.
Optionally, the launder includes first water tank body and second water tank body that all extend along the left-right direction, first water tank body with the second water tank body is the detachably concatenation in the fore-and-aft direction of vehicle, and first water tank body is located the place ahead of second water tank body, vehicle front deck structure still includes the cabin that is used for holding vacuum booster, the launder sets up the top in cabin, the both ends of first water tank body respectively with the shock absorber bedplate can be dismantled and be connected, the both ends of second water tank body respectively fixed overlap joint in the shock absorber bedplate.
Optionally, two ends of the first water tank body are provided with first lap joints, the first lap joints are lapped on the shock absorber seat plate and matched with the shape of the outer contour of one side of the shock absorber seat plate, two ends of the second water tank body are provided with second lap joints, and the second lap joints are lapped on the shock absorber seat plate and matched with the shape of the outer contour of the other side of the shock absorber seat plate.
Optionally, the vehicle front cabin structure still includes the glass crossbeam that extends along the left-right direction, the vehicle front cabin structure still includes the basin reinforcement, the basin reinforcement is including the first rib and the second rib that are connected, first rib extends along the fore-and-aft direction, and the one end of first rib with first water tank body connects, the other end with the second rib is connected, the bottom of second rib with the second water tank body is connected, the lateral wall of second rib with the glass crossbeam is connected.
Optionally, the cross section of the first water tank body is of an L-shaped structure and comprises a first bottom plate and a first side plate, the cross section of the second water tank body is of an L-shaped structure and comprises a second bottom plate and a second side plate, the first side plate and the second side plate are arranged oppositely, and the first bottom plate and the second bottom plate are detachably spliced in the front-rear direction of the vehicle, so that the cross section of the gutter channel is of a U-shaped structure.
Optionally, the first bottom plate and the second bottom plate are at least partially overlapped with each other, a sealing member is disposed at an overlapping position between the first bottom plate and the second bottom plate, one end of the sealing member extends to the damper seat plate and the roof side rail on one side along the left-right direction, the other end of the sealing member extends to the damper seat plate and the roof side rail on the other side along the left-right direction, and two ends of the sealing member extend through the overlapping position between the damper seat plate and the gutter channel.
Optionally, the gutter channel is provided with a water outlet facing the bottom of the vehicle and communicated with the outside.
Optionally, the drain chute is provided with at least two drain openings, and the two drain openings are respectively arranged at two ends of the drain chute.
Optionally, the vehicle front cabin structure further includes a front wall panel, a first wheel house reinforcement, and two longitudinal beams spaced apart in the left-right direction, the longitudinal beams are disposed below the water flowing channel, the wheel house extends in the up-down direction, and an upper portion of the first wheel house reinforcement is connected to the water flowing channel, a lower portion thereof is connected to the longitudinal beams, a side portion thereof is connected to the wheel house, and a rear portion thereof is connected to the front wall panel.
Optionally, the roof side rail includes roof side rail inner panel and roof side rail planking, the roof side rail inner panel reaches the roof side rail planking all follows the fore-and-aft direction of vehicle extends, the roof side rail inner panel with the roof side rail planking lock each other and vacuole formation, be provided with the boundary beam reinforcement in the cavity of roof side rail, the boundary beam reinforcement laminate in the inner wall of cavity, the boundary beam reinforcement is followed the length direction of roof side rail extends to extend to the roof side rail with the hookup location of wheel casing.
Optionally, a water bar is formed on the upper edge side of the inner side of the upper edge beam, and the water flowing groove extends to the water bar, so that a water flowing cavity is formed between the water bar and the water flowing groove.
Optionally, the vehicle front cabin structure still includes two connecting pieces and follows two longerons that the left and right directions interval set up, the longeron the connecting piece with the roof side rail one-to-one, the rear end of roof side rail is used for being connected with the A post, the front end of roof side rail pass through the connecting piece with the longeron is connected.
Optionally, the vehicle front cabin structure further comprises a second wheel casing reinforcement, a side wall of the second wheel casing reinforcement is connected with the wheel casing, one end of the second wheel casing reinforcement is connected with a joint of the wheel casing and the roof side rail, the other end is connected with the longitudinal beam, and the other end and the connecting piece are arranged at intervals, so that the upper edge beam, the longitudinal beam and the second wheel casing reinforcing piece form a triangular supporting structure.
Optionally, the second wheel casing reinforcement includes a first wheel casing reinforcing outer plate and a second wheel casing reinforcing inner plate, the first wheel casing reinforcing inner plate and the second wheel casing reinforcing outer plate are welded to form a hollow cavity structure, the upper portion of the hollow cavity structure is connected to the top side beam, and the side portion of the hollow cavity structure is connected to the wheel casing and the shock absorber seat plate.
Optionally, vehicle front deck structure is still including connecting preceding bounding wall between two roof beams, the front deck bottom end rail that extends along left right direction, instrument tubular beams installation reinforcing plate and booster installation reinforcing plate, preceding bounding wall is including the footboard installation department that is used for installing the brake pedal support, booster installation reinforcing plate laminate in the footboard installation department sets up, and the upper portion of booster installation reinforcing plate with instrument tubular beams installation reinforcing plate is connected, the lower part with front deck bottom end rail is connected, the lateral part of booster installation reinforcing plate passes preceding bounding wall with first wheel casing reinforcement is connected, booster installation reinforcing plate is located the below of tye.
According to another aspect of the present disclosure, there is also provided a vehicle including the vehicle front cabin structure described above.
The technical scheme can at least achieve the following technical effects:
through the technical scheme, the two ends of the launder are connected with the upper side beam and the shock absorber seat plate above the wheel cover, so that the shock absorber seat plates on the two sides, the wheel cover and the upper side beam are supported and connected, the Y-direction dynamic stiffness of the shock absorber is enhanced, the service life of the whole vehicle, the driving mileage and the comfort of passengers are greatly improved, a complete force transmission path is formed, the force and the like on the wheel cover are favorably transmitted to the A column on the vehicle body structure through the shock absorber seat plate, the launder and the upper side beam, and the force transmission and the force dispersion are favorably realized.
Additional features and advantages of the disclosure will be set forth in the detailed description which follows.
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The accompanying drawings, which are included to provide a further understanding of the disclosure and are incorporated in and constitute a part of this specification, illustrate embodiments of the disclosure and together with the description serve to explain the disclosure without limiting the disclosure. In the drawings:
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a first perspective view of a vehicle front cabin structure of one embodiment of the present disclosure, further showing an A-pillar;
fig. 2 is a partially enlarged view at a in fig. 1;
fig. 3 is a partially enlarged view at B in fig. 1;
FIG. 4 is a perspective view of a second perspective view of a vehicle front cabin structure of an embodiment of the present disclosure, further showing an A-pillar;
fig. 5 is a partially enlarged view at C in fig. 1;
FIG. 6 is a perspective view of a gutter of a vehicle front cabin structure according to an embodiment of the present disclosure, wherein a gutter reinforcement is shown;
fig. 7 is a partial enlarged view at D in fig. 6;
fig. 8 is a structural schematic view at a dash panel of a vehicle front cabin structure of an embodiment of the present disclosure, in which a step is shown;
fig. 9 is a partial enlarged view at E in fig. 8;
FIG. 10 is a schematic view of a structure of a booster mounting reinforcement plate of a vehicle front cabin structure according to an embodiment of the present disclosure;
fig. 11 is a perspective view schematically illustrating a partial structure of a front cabin structure of a vehicle according to an embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 12 is a schematic structural view at the roof side rail of a vehicle front cabin structure of an embodiment of the present disclosure;
fig. 13 is a perspective view schematically showing a partial structure of a front compartment structure of a vehicle disclosed in an embodiment;
fig. 14 is a perspective view of a second wheel house reinforcement of the vehicle front compartment structure according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
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100-vehicle front cabin structure; 10-a flume; 11-a first water tank body; 111-a first lap joint; 112-a first backplane; 113-a first side panel; 12-a second water tank body; 121-a second lap joint; 122-a second backplane; 123-a second side plate; 13-a gutter reinforcement; 131-a first reinforcement; 132-a second reinforcement; 14-a water outlet; 20-roof side rail; 21-water retaining strip; 24-a recess; 30-a nacelle; 31-a wire-passing cavity; 41-a shock absorber seat plate; 42-wheel cover; 421-line through hole; 422-line through hole reinforcing plate; 423-sealing the cover plate; 51-a glass beam; 52-dash panel; 53-front fender; 531-charging flap; 54-longitudinal beams; 60-charging port seat; 61-first charging port; 62-a second charging port; 71-a first wheel house reinforcement; 72-a second wheel cover reinforcement; 721-a first wheel house reinforcing outer plate; 722-a second wheel cover reinforcement inner panel; 73-a connector; 81-installing a reinforcing plate on the instrument pipe beam; 82-front cabin lower beam; 83-booster mounting reinforcement plate; 84-a pedal mounting portion; 85-brake pedal support; 90-a charging port mount; a 201-A column; 202-pedal.
Detailed Description
The following detailed description of specific embodiments of the present disclosure is provided in connection with the accompanying drawings. It should be understood that the detailed description and specific examples, while indicating the present disclosure, are given by way of illustration and explanation only, not limitation.
In the present disclosure, unless otherwise specified, the terms of orientation such as "up, down, left, right, front, and rear" used generally refer to "up, down, left, and right" in a state where the vehicle front compartment structure 100 is mounted on a vehicle, and correspond to the directions of "up, down, left, and right" in a normal running of the vehicle, the X direction is the front-rear direction, the Y direction is the left-right direction, the Z direction is the up-down direction, and the "inside and outside" refer to the inside and outside of the outline of the relevant component. In addition, the terms "first", "second", and the like used in the embodiments of the present disclosure are intended to distinguish one element from another, and have no order or importance.
In the related art, both ends of the launder 10 are connected to the wheel house 42 and the damper seat plate 41 only by a small bracket, and in such a structure, since there are few fixed connection points for mounting to the left and right wheel houses 42 and the seat plate, the dynamic stiffness in the Y direction of the wheel house is weak in this type of vehicle.
In order to improve the Y-directional dynamic stiffness in the vicinity of the launder 10, a vehicle front hatch structure 100 and a vehicle are provided in the present disclosure. As shown in fig. 1 to 12, the vehicle front cabin structure includes a flume 10, two damper seat plates 41, two upper side beams 20 arranged at intervals in the left-right direction, and two wheel housings 42 arranged at intervals in the left-right direction, the flume 10 is connected between the two upper side beams 20, the damper seat plates 41 correspond to the wheel housings 42 one by one, the damper seat plates 41 are arranged at the top of each wheel housing 42, the wheel housings 42 are connected to the inner side of the upper side beam 20, two ends of the flume 10 are connected to the damper seat plates 41, and two ends of the flume 10 extend to the upper side beam 20 and are connected to the upper side beam 20.
Through the technical scheme, the two ends of the launder are connected with the upper edge beam and the shock absorber seat plate 41 above the wheel cover, so that the shock absorber seat plates 41, the wheel cover 42 and the upper edge beam 20 on the two sides are supported and connected, the Y-direction dynamic stiffness of the shock absorber is enhanced, the service life of the whole vehicle, the driving mileage and the comfort of passengers are greatly improved, in addition, a complete force transmission path is formed, the force and the like on the wheel cover are favorably transmitted to an A column on a vehicle body structure through the shock absorber seat plate 41, the launder 10 and the upper edge beam 20, and the force transmission and the force dispersion are facilitated.
The vacuum booster is a component that uses vacuum (negative pressure) to increase the force applied to the pedal by the driver. The vacuum booster is typically located between the brake pedal and the master cylinder, mounted on the dash panel in the front hatch structure. Vacuum booster belongs to the part that damages relatively easily on the vehicle, often needs the maintenance. When the vacuum booster is repaired, the vacuum booster is usually disassembled from the chassis of the vehicle, so that more parts are required to be disassembled and the operation is inconvenient.
To facilitate servicing of the vacuum booster within the cabin 30, a vehicle front cabin structure 100 and vehicle are provided in the present disclosure. As shown in fig. 1 to 12, the vehicle front hatch structure 100 includes a gutter channel 10 and two roof side rails 20 arranged at a spacing in the left-right direction. The launder 10 is connected between two roof side rails 20. The gutter 10 includes a first gutter body 11 and a second gutter body 12 both extending in the left-right direction. The first tank body 11 and the second tank body 12 are detachably spliced in the front-rear direction of the vehicle, and the first tank body 11 is located in front of the second tank body 12. The second tank body 12 is disposed next to the front windshield. The vehicle front hatch arrangement 100 further comprises a hatch 30 for accommodating a vacuum booster. The launder 10 is arranged on the top of the cabin 30, and the first flume body 11 is positioned on the top of the vacuum booster. The first tank body 11 is detachably connected between the two roof side rails 20.
Through foretell technical scheme, because first water tank body 11 detachably connects between two roof side rails 20, when parts such as the vacuum booster in the cabin 30 that is arranged in first water tank body 11 below damaged, can conveniently open the bonnet, dismantle first water tank body 11 down, maintain parts such as the vacuum booster in the cabin 30 and change etc.. Moreover, when the vehicle is assembled, it is also convenient to install the pipe lines on the dash panel 52 through the operation space created by the detachable first water tank body 11.
In one embodiment of the present disclosure, the first tank body 11 is detachably connected between the two roof rails 20, and both ends of the second tank body 12 are fixedly connected between the two roof rails 20. As shown in fig. 1-2 and 4-5, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes two absorber seat plates 41 and two wheel houses 42 disposed at a left-right direction interval. The absorber seat plates 41 correspond one-to-one to the wheel houses 42. The top of each wheel cover 42 is provided with a damper seat plate 41. The wheel cover 42 is connected to the inner side of the upper side beam 20, two ends of the first water tank 11 are detachably connected to the shock absorber seat plate 41, and two ends of the second water tank 12 are fixedly connected to the shock absorber seat plate 41.
In the above technical scheme of the present disclosure, the first water tank 11 is installed in a detachable connection manner such as a bolt connection manner, which is convenient for dismounting parts in the engine room 30, and in addition, the two ends of the second water tank are directly fixed and lapped on the shock absorber seat plate 41, so that the shock absorber seat plates 41 and the wheel covers 42 on the two sides are supported and connected, which is helpful for enhancing the Y-directional dynamic stiffness of the shock absorber, and thus the service life of the whole vehicle, the driving mileage and the comfort of passengers are greatly improved.
It will be appreciated that in other embodiments, the first tank body 11 and the second tank body 12 are both detachably connected between the two roof rails 20.
In order to further enhance the Y-directional dynamic stiffness of the shock absorber, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 1 and 4, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes a glass cross member 51 extending in the left-right direction. A front windshield of the vehicle is provided above the glass cross member 51. The roof side rail 20 extends in the front-rear direction of the vehicle. The rear side of the second water tank body 12 is fixedly connected with a glass cross beam 51. The both ends of first basin body 11 all can dismantle with shock absorber bedplate 41 and be connected, and the both ends of second basin body 12 all are connected with shock absorber bedplate 41. The two ends of the first water tank body 11 and the second water tank body 12 continue to extend outwards from the shock absorber seat plate 41 and extend to the upper edge beam 20 to be connected with the upper edge beam 20, optionally, the two ends of the first water tank body 11 can be abutted against the upper edge beam 20, and the two ends of the second water tank body 12 can be abutted against the upper edge beam 20, so that the launder 10, the glass cross beam 51 and the oppositely arranged upper edge beams 20 at the two sides of the launder 10 and the glass cross beam 51 jointly form a U-shaped support frame. The assembly formed by the launder 10 and the glass cross-member 51 is connected between two spaced-apart roof rails 20 to form a U-shaped support frame. Alternatively, as shown in fig. 11, the rear end of the roof side rail 20 is connected to an a-pillar 201 of the vehicle.
The U-shaped support frame can obviously increase the Y-direction dynamic stiffness of the shock absorber and improve the comfort of passengers, on the other hand, a force transmission path in collision is increased, the stress can be directly transmitted to the A column 201 through the wheel cover 42 and the upper edge beam 20, the stress can be transmitted to the A column 201 on the other side through the wheel cover 42 and the upper edge beam 20 through the launder 10 and the glass cross beam 51, the force transmission path is increased, and the received collision force can be dispersed.
In order to increase the reliable connection of the water flowing channel 10 and the shock absorber seat plate 41, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 2, 5 and 6, both ends of the first water tank body 11 are provided with first bridging portions 111, and optionally, the first bridging portions 111 are formed in a semi-enclosed C-shaped structure or L-shaped structure. The first bridging portion 111 bridges the damper seat plate 41 and is form-fitted to the outer contour of one side of the damper seat plate 41. Both ends of the second water tank body 12 are provided with second overlapping parts 121, and optionally, the second overlapping parts 121 are formed in a semi-enclosed C-shaped structure or L-shaped structure. The second bridging portion 121 bridges the damper seat plate 41 and is matched in shape to the outer contour of the other side of the damper seat plate 41, and the first bridging portion 111 is disposed opposite to the second bridging portion 121, surrounding the damper seat plate 41. The ends of the first strap 111 and the second strap 121 are connected to the inside of the roof side rail 20.
The damper seat panel 41 is surrounded by the first and second straps 111 and 121, which are configured in a C-shaped or L-shaped configuration, and the first and second straps 111 and 121 are matched with the outer contour shape of the damper seat panel 41, so that the contact area between the launder 10 and the damper seat panel 41 can be increased, the connection strength can be increased, and the transmission of collision force can be facilitated.
In order to increase the strength of the water trough 10 itself, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes a glass cross member 51 extending in the left-right direction, as shown in fig. 2 and 6 to 7. The vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes a water tub reinforcement 13, and the water tub reinforcement 13 includes a first reinforcement portion 131 and a second reinforcement portion 132 connected. The first reinforcing portion 131 extends in the front-rear direction of the vehicle, and one end of the first reinforcing portion 131 is connected to the first tank body 11 and the other end is connected to the second reinforcing portion 132. The bottom of the second reinforcing portion 132 is connected to the second water tank body 12, and the side wall of the second reinforcing portion 132 is connected to the glass cross member 51. Through the arrangement of the water channel reinforcing piece 13, on one hand, the water channel reinforcing piece 13 is connected between the first water channel body 11 and the second water channel body 12, so that the connection strength between the first water channel body 11 and the second water channel body 12 can be increased, on the other hand, the water channel reinforcing piece 13 is further connected between the overflow channel 10 and the glass cross beam 51, so that the overall strength of the overflow channel 10 can be increased, the shock absorber seat plates 41 on two sides can be connected and supported through the overflow channel 10, and the Y-direction dynamic stiffness of the shock absorber is increased.
Alternatively, in order to facilitate the detachment of the first tank body 11, one end of the first reinforcement portion 131 is detachably connected to the first tank body 11, and the other end is detachably connected to the second reinforcement portion 132. The detachable connection may be achieved, for example, by means of screws or the like. The first reinforcing portion 131 is configured substantially in a strip-shaped configuration, the second reinforcing portion 132 is configured substantially in a sheet-like configuration, and the second reinforcing portion 132 is further provided with lightening holes.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 2, the water flowing channel 10 is provided with a plurality of water channel reinforcements 13 at intervals in the left-right direction.
In order to prevent the water in the gutter 10 from flowing into the nacelle 30, as shown in fig. 6, the first tank body 11 has an L-shaped cross section and includes a first bottom plate 112 and a first side plate 113, and the second tank body 12 has an L-shaped cross section and includes a second bottom plate 122 and a second side plate 123. The first side plate 113 and the second side plate 123 are disposed oppositely, and the first bottom plate 112 and the second bottom plate 122 are detachably joined in the front-rear direction of the vehicle, so that the cross section of the gutter 10 (cross section in the front-rear direction of the vehicle) is configured in a U-shaped configuration. Alternatively, the edges of the first and second bottom panels 112 and 122 are partially overlapped in the front-rear direction of the vehicle and are connected by bolts.
The upright first side plate 113 and the upright second side plate 123 can form a continuous facade water blocking structure, which can effectively prevent water in the launder 10 from overflowing, and the upright first side plate 113 and the upright second side plate 123 can guide the flowing water to the first bottom plate 112 and the second bottom plate 122 for discharging through the water outlet 14 below. Optionally, the edge of the second side plate 123 is flanged towards the launder 10.
In order to prevent the water leakage of the water flowing channel 10 formed by splicing the first water tank body 11 and the second water tank body 12, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 6, the first bottom plate 112 and the second bottom plate 122 are at least partially overlapped with each other, and the edges of the first bottom plate 112 and the second bottom plate 122 are overlapped. A sealing member (not shown) is provided at the overlapping portion between the first base plate 112 and the second base plate 122. One end of the sealing member extends to the shock absorber seat plate 41 and the roof side rail 20 on one side along the left-right direction of the vehicle, the other end of the sealing member extends to the shock absorber seat plate 41 and the roof side rail 20 on the other side along the left-right direction, and two ends of the sealing member are arranged at the joint between the shock absorber seat plate 41 and the launder 10. The seal extends across the overlap between damper seat plate 41 and flume 10 and continues to the upper edge beam 20. Sealing members are disposed at the matching surfaces of the water flowing channel 10 where water may leak, so that the sealing performance of the water flowing channel 10 can be increased, and water leakage in the water flowing channel 10 can be effectively prevented.
In the present disclosure, how the accumulated water in the convection water tank 10 is drained is not limited, and optionally, in an embodiment, as shown in fig. 1, 2 and 6, a drainage port 14 facing the bottom of the vehicle and communicating with the outside is opened on the water flowing tank 10.
In the related art, the drain port 14 is opened in the right and left direction of the vehicle at the joint of the gutter 10 and the roof side rail 20, and the accumulated water is drained through the drain port 14 opened in the roof side rail 20. However, the opening of the roof side rail 20 affects the strength of the roof side rail 20, and the roof side rail 20 is easily deformed at the time of a collision, resulting in a large intrusion amount. The runner 10 of the existing automobile flows water through the upper edge beam inner plate with the holes on the left side and the right side, so that the upper edge beam 20 needs to be welded in parts at the position of the flow hole, the requirement on lap joint sealing of the parts is high, and the repair risk of water leakage or water seepage due to untight gluing is often caused. And arrange leading mouthful of charging and to have the risk of being washed away the electric leakage by flowing water in this department, the waterproof, the anticreep performance of the mouth that charges is difficult to guarantee.
In the above embodiment of the present disclosure, the water outlet 14 faces the bottom of the vehicle, i.e., the Z-direction flowing water, and discharges the water in the water flowing channel 10 directly to the outside of the vehicle, for example, the water outlet 14 faces the fender of the wheel, and discharges the flowing water directly to the external environment near the fender, so as to avoid forming holes in the roof side rail 20, ensure the strength of the roof side rail 20, ensure the integrity and the stress performance of the inner and outer plates of the roof side rail 20, disperse the collision force during the front collision from the front to the a-pillar 201 at the rear, and avoid deformation and excessive invasion of the nacelle 30 due to the transmission interruption caused by the holes in the roof side rail 20. Moreover, the waterproof, anticreep problem when the mouth that charges is arranged in front fender 53 has better been solved. And the two sides of the launder 10 can be directly welded with the upper side beam 20 without the transitional connection form of an intermediate piece, so that the connection precision and the sealing requirement can be better ensured, the sealing and waterproof requirements can be better met, and the corrosion resistance of an automobile is improved.
In order to quickly discharge the water discharge ports 14 in the water flow tank 10, at least two water discharge ports 14 are provided in the water flow tank 10 as shown in fig. 6. The two water outlets 14 are opened on the second water tank body 12 and are respectively arranged at two ends of the second water tank body 12. The first bottom plate 112 of the first water tank body 11 is located above the second bottom plate 122 of the second water tank body 12, so that the accumulated water in the first water tank body 11 flows into the second water tank body 12. Alternatively, the gutter channel 10 may be configured to have a structure with a high middle and two low sides in the left-right direction, and the drain port 14 may be located at the lowest position of the second gutter body 12. The accumulated water in the gutter channel 10 flows toward the water discharge ports 14 at the left and right ends, and is finally discharged from the water discharge ports 14.
In order to further reinforce the strength of the front hatch structure in the vicinity of the gutter 10, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 5, the vehicle front hatch structure 100 further includes a dash panel 52, a first wheel house reinforcement 71, and two side members 54 arranged at an interval in the vehicle width direction. The side member 54 is provided below the launder 10, the wheel house 42 extends in the vertical direction, and the first wheel house reinforcement 71 has an upper portion connected to the launder 10, a lower portion connected to the side member 54, side portions connected to the wheel house 42, and a rear portion connected to the dash panel 52. The first wheel house reinforcement 71 is supported at the bottom of the gutter 10.
By arranging the first wheel house reinforcement 71 and connecting the longitudinal beam 54, the launder 10, the wheel house 42 and the dash panel 52 together, on one hand, the strength of the wheel house 42 and the launder 10 can be remarkably increased, and on the other hand, since the outer side of the wheel house 42 is also connected with the upper side beam 20, the collision force borne on the longitudinal beam 54 can be transmitted to the launder 10 and the wheel house 42 through the first wheel house reinforcement 71 and then transmitted to the upper side beam 20 and the a-pillar 201, the dispersion path of the collision force is increased, and the anti-collision performance of the front cabin structure is improved.
Optionally, two first wheel house reinforcements 71 are provided in the front cabin structure in the present disclosure, and are provided on the left and right sides of the vehicle, respectively, and are arranged symmetrically with respect to a central axis of the vehicle extending in the longitudinal direction.
The specific structure of the roof side rail 20 is not limited in this disclosure, and in one embodiment of the present disclosure, the roof side rail 20 includes a roof side rail inner panel and a roof side rail outer panel, both of which extend in the front-rear direction of the vehicle. Roof side rail inner panel and roof side rail planking lock each other and form the cavity, are provided with the boundary beam reinforcement in the cavity of roof side rail 20, and the boundary beam reinforcement is laminated in the inner wall of cavity. The rocker reinforcement extends along the length of the roof rail 20 and to the connection of the roof rail 20 to the wheel housing 42.
The cavity structure of the roof side rail 20 has low weight, high strength and good bending resistance, and the roof side rail reinforcing member arranged in the cavity can further reinforce the strength of the roof side rail 20, thereby facilitating the force on the longitudinal beam 54 to be transmitted to the A column 201 of the vehicle body through the roof side rail 20. The side member 54 and the body a-pillar 201 are main components of the vehicle front portion having high strength and capable of resisting a collision, ensure sufficient strength and force-receiving performance of the roof side rail 20, and disperse a collision force at the time of a frontal collision by transmitting the collision force from the front portion to the rear a-pillar 201, thereby avoiding deformation of the nacelle 30 and an excessive intrusion amount due to a force interruption caused by insufficient strength of the roof side rail 20.
In one embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 4, a water bar 21 is formed on the upper edge side of the inside of the roof side rail 20, and the water bar 21 stands on the upper surface of the roof side rail 20 and extends in the front-rear direction. In the present disclosure, there is no limitation on how the water bar 21 is formed, and alternatively, the upper edge of the inner side of the roof side rail 20 may be turned up to form the water bar 21. The water bar 21 prevents the water of the vent cover plate from flowing into the cabin. The water flowing groove 10 extends to the water retaining strip 21, so that a water flowing channel is formed between the water retaining strip 21 and the water flowing groove 10, the water retaining strip is a vertical welding vertical surface, and water flowing from the water flowing groove and the windshield glass can be prevented from flowing into the engine room through the vertical surface.
In order to increase the overall strength of the front compartment structure, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes two connecting members 73 and two side members 54 disposed at a spacing in the left-right direction, as shown in fig. 11. The longitudinal beams 54 and the connecting members 73 correspond to the roof side rail 20 one by one, the rear end of the roof side rail 20 is used for being connected with the A-pillar 201, and the front end of the roof side rail 20 is connected with the longitudinal beams 54 through the connecting members 73. Therefore, both ends of the roof side rail 20 can be connected to the a-pillar 201 and the side rail 54, respectively, and the front-rear connection reinforcement is performed, so that a force transmission path from the side rail 54 to the a-pillar 201 can be established by the roof side rail 20, and the collision force received by the side rail 54 during a frontal collision is transmitted from the front to the rear a-pillar 201, thereby reducing the amount of deformation and intrusion of the nacelle 30 that may occur. Since the force of the front collision is transmitted not only by the side member 54 but also by the transmission path of the collision force transmitted to the a-pillar 201 via the roof side member 20 and the wheel house 42 at the time of collision, the deformation and intrusion amount of the side member 54 can be reduced, and the intrusion amount of the dash panel 52 into the cabin by the motor or the engine against the cabin 30 can be reduced for the vehicle with the small front overhang side member 54, so that the collision class of the front cabin structure in the present disclosure is high, and the safety of the vehicle provided with the front cabin structure is good. On the other hand, the wheel house 42 and the absorber seat plate 41 can also be connected to the side member 54 via the roof side rail 20, and therefore the dynamic stiffness performance of the wheel house 42 and the absorber X, Y, Z is further enhanced.
In order to increase the strength of the front compartment structure, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes a second wheel house reinforcement 72, as shown in fig. 5. The side wall of the second wheel house reinforcement 72 is connected to the wheel house 42, one end of the second wheel house reinforcement 72 is connected to the junction of the wheel house 42 and the roof side rail 20, the other end is connected to the side member 54, and the other end is spaced apart from the connecting member 73, so that the roof side rail 20, the side member 54, and the second wheel house reinforcement 72 form a triangular support structure.
The triangular support structure has high strength and high stability, so that the dynamic stiffness of the wheel cover 42 and the front panel 52 can be increased, the collision force can be jointly borne and dispersed during collision, and the collision resistance of the front cabin structure is improved.
As shown in fig. 14, the second wheel house reinforcement 72 includes a first wheel house reinforcement outer plate 721 and a second wheel house reinforcement inner plate 722, the first wheel house reinforcement outer plate 721 and the second wheel house reinforcement inner plate 722 are welded to form a hollow cavity structure, the upper portion of the hollow cavity structure is connected to the roof side rail 20, and the side portion thereof is connected to the wheel house 42 and the damper seat plate 41.
Alternatively, two second wheel house reinforcements 72 are provided in the front cabin structure in the present disclosure, which are provided on the left and right sides of the vehicle, respectively, and are arranged symmetrically with respect to the central axis of the vehicle extending in the longitudinal direction, so that the above-described triangular support structure can be formed on both the left and right sides of the vehicle.
In order to increase the strength where the brake pedal bracket 85 is mounted, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 8 to 10, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes a dash panel 52 connected between the two roof side rails 20, a front compartment lower cross member 82 extending in the left-right direction, an instrumentation tube beam mounting reinforcement plate 81, and a booster mounting reinforcement plate 83. The dash panel 52 includes a pedal mounting portion 84 for mounting a brake pedal bracket 85. The pedal 202 is fixed to the brake pedal bracket 85. The booster installation reinforcing plate 83 is attached to the pedal installation portion 84, the upper portion of the booster installation reinforcing plate 83 is connected to the instrument tube beam installation reinforcing plate 81, the lower portion of the booster installation reinforcing plate 83 is connected to the front cabin lower cross beam 82, and the side portion of the booster installation reinforcing plate 83 penetrates through the front wall plate 52 to be connected to the first wheel house reinforcing member 71. The vacuum booster is installed at the booster installation reinforcing plate 83 and located below the gutter channel 10. Therefore, the first water tank body 11 can be disassembled to repair or replace the vacuum booster.
Through setting up booster installation reinforcing plate 83 like this, can satisfy the rigidity requirement of installation brake pedal support 85 department, can also reduce the thickness of booster installation reinforcing plate 83 as far as possible, the area is less for the weight of booster installation reinforcing plate 83 is lighter, the cost is lower.
In the related art, a power battery is used as a power source of a motor in an electric vehicle or a hybrid vehicle, and the motor drives wheels to run, wherein the power battery is charged through a charging port of a vehicle body and can be charged through a direct current charging socket or an alternating current charging socket. And direct current socket and the alternating current socket that charges set up in same place, can occupy great space on the automobile body, consequently, can arrange direct current socket and the alternating current socket that charges respectively in the left and right sides of automobile body on some vehicles, but can increase the total length of high-voltage wire harness like this. In addition, some vehicles have adopted and have charged socket and the alternating current socket that charges with the direct current as an organic whole, charge the mouth with this alternating current-direct current integral type and set up in the same one side of automobile body, in order to have great arrangement space moreover, can generally arrange this mouth that charges at the rear portion of automobile body, can make the mouth that charges far away with the power battery who is located the anterior cabin 30 of automobile body like this, need longer high-voltage wire harness to connect, walk the line design comparatively complicacy.
In order to solve the above-described problem, as shown in fig. 1, 3, and 11, the vehicle front cabin structure 100 in the present disclosure further includes a charge inlet seat 60 and a front fender 53. The charging port holder 60 includes a first charging port 61 for mounting a dc charging socket and a second charging port 62 for mounting an ac charging socket. The front fender 53 is disposed outside the roof side rail 20, and the outer surface of the roof side rail 20 is recessed inward to form a recessed portion 24, so that a charging inlet accommodating chamber is formed between the front fender 53 and the recessed portion 24, and the charging inlet seat 60 is disposed in the charging inlet accommodating chamber.
Compared with the conventional technology of forming holes in the roof side rail 20, in the above technical solution, the outer surface of the roof side rail 20 is recessed inwards to form the recessed portion 24 to accommodate the charging port seat 60, so that the influence on the strength and rigidity of the roof side rail 20 can be reduced as much as possible, the influence on the impact resistance of the roof side rail 20 can be reduced as much as possible, the impact force transmission of the roof side rail 20 can be ensured, and the dynamic rigidity of the wheel housing 42 connected with the roof side rail 20 can be ensured. The charging port routing is not through the hole digging form of the roof side rail 20, and the integrity and the stress performance of the roof side rail 20 can be further guaranteed, so that the roof side rail 20 can disperse the collision force transmitted from the front part to the A column 201 at the rear part in the front part collision process, and the deformation and overlarge invasion amount of the engine room 30 caused by the transmission interruption due to the hole opening of the roof side rail 20 are avoided. Moreover, all set up the mouth with exchanging and direct current and charge on same mouthful seat 60, convenience of customers on the one hand charges the operation, only need guarantee when parking be provided with charge mouthful one side orientation of seat 60 fill electric pile can, on the other hand, with the alternating current-direct current socket arrangement that charges in same department and the equipartition is structural in the front deck, because power assembly also sets up in preceding cabin 30, consequently, can shorten the length of cable by a wide margin, also make things convenient for arranging of cable. The mouth that charges is close from taking the iron point, and convenient operation saves the cost of cable. In addition, the cable in the above scheme does not need to pass through holes in the inner plate and the outer plate of the roof side rail 20 during assembly like a traditional structure, so that the risk of electric leakage caused by damage of a cable skin due to cutting of sheet metal holes in the inner plate and the outer plate of the roof side rail 20, which are extruded and deformed during collision, can be avoided.
Optionally, the charge inlet seat 60 is provided at one end of the roof side rail 20 for connection to the a-pillar 201. Since this portion of the roof side rail 20 is connected to the a-pillar 201, the strength is high, and the charging port holder 60 is disposed therein so as to minimize the influence on the strength of the roof side rail 20.
To facilitate securing the charge port holder 60, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, the vehicle front cabin structure 100 further includes a charge port mount 90, as shown in fig. 12. Charging port mounting member 90 is provided with a mounting port, charging port base 60 is fixed to the mounting port, charging port mounting member 90 is fixed to recessed portion 24, and at least a portion of charging port mounting member 90 is attached to the surface of recessed portion 24.
Through set up the mouth installed part 90 that charges at depressed part 24, both can conveniently fix the mouth seat 60 that charges, also can strengthen the intensity of depressed part 24 through the mouth installed part 90 that charges, compensate the intensity that roof side rail 20 after the recess probably reduces, guarantee that depressed part 24 also has sufficient intensity.
Alternatively, as shown in fig. 12, in an embodiment of the present disclosure, the charging port mounting member 90 includes a mounting member main body and a plurality of support lugs extending and bending outward from the mounting member main body toward the mounting port, and at least a portion of the support lugs is attached to the outer surface of the roof side rail 20, so as to increase the strength of the recess 24 and facilitate the fixing of the charging port holder 60 to the roof side rail 20 via the support lugs.
In order to facilitate wiring and shorten the length of the cable as much as possible, in an embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 5 and 12, the vehicle front cabin structure 100 further includes a cabin 30 for mounting a powertrain, and the wheel cover 42 is provided with a wire passing hole 421 for passing a high-voltage wire of the charging port. The wire passing hole 421 is communicated with the cabin 30, and a wire passing cavity 31 is formed between the charging port seat 60 and the upper side beam 20.
As shown in fig. 13, the cable at the charging port seat 60 only needs to pass through the wire passing cavity 31 to reach the wheel casing 42, and then passes through the wire passing hole 421 on the wheel casing 42 to enter the nacelle 30, so as to be electrically connected with the charging port on the power assembly in the nacelle 30. When the wiring assembly operation is carried out, only the charging opening seat 60 and the wheel cover 42 of the single-layer plate which is convenient to operate and large in space need to be penetrated, so that the labor intensity of operators can be reduced, and the assembly work efficiency can be improved.
In order to reinforce the strength at the wire passage hole 421 of the wheel cover 42, as shown in fig. 5, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes a wire passage hole reinforcing plate 422. The first through hole is formed in the line passing hole reinforcing plate 422, the first through hole corresponds to and is communicated with the line passing hole 421, and the line passing hole reinforcing plate 422 is fixed on the inner side of the wheel cover 42, so that the strength of the wheel cover 42 with the holes can be enhanced, and the stress performance of the wheel cover 42 is guaranteed.
In order to increase the sealability at the wheel house 42, in one embodiment of the present disclosure, as shown in fig. 13, the vehicle front compartment structure 100 further includes a sealing cover plate 423. The sealing cover plate 423 is provided with a second through hole for the wiring harness to pass through, and a sealing element is arranged around the second through hole. The second through hole corresponds to and communicates with the wire passing hole 421, and the sealing cover plate 423 is fixed to the outer side of the wheel cover 42. The matching surface of the sealing cover plate 423 and the wheel cover 42 is also provided with a sealing element, so that the sealing performance of the wheel cover 42 where the wire through hole 421 is provided can be increased, and water flow is prevented from entering the cabin 30 from the wire through hole 421.
In order to prevent leakage to the charging port from causing a risk of electric leakage when the gutter 10 drains, as described above, the drain port 14 of the gutter 10 is opened toward the bottom of the vehicle in the present disclosure, rather than being opened in the roof side rail 20. This does not take up space at the roof side rail 20 and does not present a risk of electrical leakage. Thereby solving the problems of water resistance and electric leakage resistance when the charging port is arranged at the front fender 53.
In order to further increase the waterproof property of the charging port, a charging through hole corresponding to the charging port seat 60 is formed in the front fender 53, and a charging port cover 531 is provided on the outer surface of the fender, and the charging port cover 531 is openably fitted in the charging through hole. Can set up two flap 531 that charge on the fender, one of them charge flap 531 and DC charging socket corresponding, another charge flap 531 and AC charging socket correspond.
According to another aspect of the present disclosure, there is also provided a vehicle including the vehicle front cabin structure 100 described above.
The preferred embodiments of the present disclosure are described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, however, the present disclosure is not limited to the specific details of the above embodiments, and various simple modifications may be made to the technical solution of the present disclosure within the technical idea of the present disclosure, and these simple modifications all belong to the protection scope of the present disclosure.
It should be noted that, in the foregoing embodiments, various features described in the above embodiments may be combined in any suitable manner, and in order to avoid unnecessary repetition, various combinations that are possible in the present disclosure are not described again.
In addition, any combination of various embodiments of the present disclosure may be made, and the same should be considered as the disclosure of the present disclosure, as long as it does not depart from the spirit of the present disclosure.

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1. The utility model provides a vehicle front cabin structure, characterized in that, includes tye (10), two shock absorber bedplate (41), along two roof side rails (20) that left right direction interval set up and along two wheel casings (42) that left right direction interval set up, tye (10) are connected between two roof side rails (20), shock absorber bedplate (41) with wheel casing (42) one-to-one, every the top of wheel casing (42) all is provided with shock absorber bedplate (41), wheel casing (42) are connected the inboard of roof side rail (20), the both ends of tye (10) respectively with shock absorber bedplate (41) are connected, the both ends of tye (10) still extend to roof side rail (20) with roof side rail (20) are connected.
2. The vehicle front hatch structure according to claim 1, characterised in that the vehicle front hatch structure (100) further comprises a glass cross member (51) extending in the left-right direction, the roof side rail (20) extending in the front-rear direction, and the rear side of the launder (10) is fixedly connected to the glass cross member (51) so that the launder (10), the damper seat plate (41), the roof side rail (20) and the glass cross member (51) together form a U-shaped support frame.
3. The vehicle front cabin structure according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the gutter channel (10) includes a first water tank body (11) and a second water tank body (12) both extending in a left-right direction, the first water tank body (11) and the second water tank body (12) are detachably joined in a front-rear direction of the vehicle, and the first water tank body (11) is located in front of the second water tank body (12), the vehicle front cabin structure (100) further includes a cabin (30) for accommodating a vacuum booster, the gutter channel (10) is provided at a top of the cabin (30), both ends of the first water tank body (11) are detachably connected with the shock absorber seat plate (41), respectively, and both ends of the second water tank body (12) are fixedly joined to the shock absorber seat plate (41), respectively.
4. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 3, characterized in that both ends of the first water tank body (11) are provided with first overlapping portions (111), the first overlapping portions (111) overlap the damper seat panel (41) and are form-fitted with an outer contour of one side of the damper seat panel (41), and both ends of the second water tank body (12) are provided with second overlapping portions (121), the second overlapping portions (121) overlap the damper seat panel (41) and are form-fitted with an outer contour of the other side of the damper seat panel (41).
5. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 3, characterized in that the vehicle front compartment structure (100) further includes a glass cross member (51) extending in the left-right direction, the vehicle front compartment structure (100) further includes a water tank reinforcement member (13), the water tank reinforcement member (13) includes a first reinforcement portion (131) and a second reinforcement portion (132) connected, the first reinforcement portion (131) extends in the front-rear direction, and one end of the first reinforcement portion (131) is connected to the first water tank body (11) and the other end is connected to the second reinforcement portion (132), the bottom of the second reinforcement portion (132) is connected to the second water tank body (12), and a side wall of the second reinforcement portion (132) is connected to the glass cross member (51).
6. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 3, characterized in that the first tank body (11) is L-shaped in cross section and includes a first bottom plate (112) and a first side plate (113), the second tank body (12) is L-shaped in cross section and includes a second bottom plate (122) and a second side plate (123), the first side plate (113) and the second side plate (123) are disposed oppositely, and the first bottom plate (112) and the second bottom plate (122) are detachably joined in the front-rear direction of the vehicle, so that the cross section of the gutter (10) is configured into a U-shaped structure.
7. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 6, wherein the first floor panel (112) and the second floor panel (122) overlap each other at least partially, and a seal member is provided at the overlap between the first floor panel (112) and the second floor panel (122), one end of the seal member extending in the left-right direction to the damper seat panel (41) and the roof side rail (20) on one side, and the other end of the seal member extending in the left-right direction to the damper seat panel (41) and the roof side rail (20) on the other side, and both ends of the seal member extending through the overlap between the damper seat panel (41) and the gutter (10).
8. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the gutter channel (10) is provided with a drain opening (14) that faces the bottom of the vehicle and communicates with the outside.
9. The vehicle front cabin structure according to claim 8, characterized in that at least two water outlets (14) are formed in the water flowing channel (10), and the two water outlets (14) are respectively arranged at two ends of the water flowing channel (10).
10. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the vehicle front compartment structure (100) further includes a dash panel (52), a first wheel house reinforcement (71), and two side members (54) provided at an interval in the left-right direction, the side members (54) are provided below the water flowing channel (10), the wheel house (42) extends in the up-down direction, and an upper portion of the first wheel house reinforcement (71) is connected to the water flowing channel (10), a lower portion thereof is connected to the side members (54), side portions thereof are connected to the wheel house (42), and a rear portion thereof is connected to the dash panel (52).
11. The vehicle forebay structure of claim 1 or 2, wherein said roof side rail (20) comprises a roof side rail inner panel and a roof side rail outer panel, said roof side rail inner panel and said roof side rail outer panel both extending in a fore-and-aft direction of said vehicle, said roof side rail inner panel and said roof side rail outer panel being fastened to each other and forming a cavity, a roof side rail reinforcement being provided in said cavity of said roof side rail (20), said roof side rail reinforcement being attached to an inner wall of said cavity, said roof side rail reinforcement extending in a length direction of said roof side rail (20) and extending to a connection position of said roof side rail (20) and said wheel house (42).
12. The vehicle front hatch structure according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the upper edge side of the inside of the roof side rail (20) is formed with a water dam (21), and the gutter channel (10) extends to the water dam (21) so that a water passage is formed between the water dam (21) and the gutter channel (10).
13. The vehicle front cabin structure according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the vehicle front cabin structure (100) further comprises two connecting members (73) and two longitudinal beams (54) arranged at intervals in the left-right direction, the longitudinal beams (54), the connecting members (73) and the roof side rails (20) are in one-to-one correspondence, the rear ends of the roof side rails (20) are used for being connected with an a-pillar (201), and the front ends of the roof side rails (20) are connected with the longitudinal beams (54) through the connecting members (73).
14. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 13, characterized in that the vehicle front compartment structure (100) further includes a second wheel house reinforcement (72), a side wall of the second wheel house reinforcement (72) is connected to the wheel house (42), one end of the second wheel house reinforcement (72) is connected to a junction of the wheel house (42) and the roof side rail (20), the other end is connected to the side rail (54), and the other end is disposed apart from the connecting member (73), so that the roof side rail (20), the side rail (54), and the second wheel house reinforcement (72) form a triangular support structure.
15. The vehicle front compartment structure according to claim 14, wherein the second wheel house reinforcement (72) includes a first wheel house reinforcement outer plate (721) and a second wheel house reinforcement inner plate (722), the first wheel house reinforcement inner plate (721) and the second wheel house reinforcement outer plate (722) are welded to form a hollow cavity structure, an upper portion of the hollow cavity structure is connected to the roof side rail (20), and a side portion of the hollow cavity structure is connected to the wheel house (42) and the absorber seat plate (41).
16. The vehicle front cabin structure according to claim 10, characterized in that the vehicle front cabin structure (100) further comprises a front cowl (52) connected between the two roof side rails (20), a front under-cabin cross member (82) extending in the left-right direction, an instrumentation tube beam mounting reinforcement plate (81), and a booster mounting reinforcement plate (83), the front cowl (52) includes a pedal mounting portion (84) for mounting a brake pedal bracket (85), the booster mounting reinforcement plate (83) is disposed in conformity with the pedal mounting portion (84), and an upper portion of the booster mounting reinforcement plate (83) is connected with the instrumentation tube beam mounting reinforcement plate (81) and a lower portion is connected with the front under-cabin cross member (82), a side portion of the booster mounting reinforcement plate (83) is connected with the first wheel house reinforcement (71) through the front cowl (52), and the booster mounting reinforcement plate (83) is located below the gutter (10).
17. A vehicle, characterized by comprising a vehicle front hatch structure (100) according to any one of claims 1-16.
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