JP4756969B2 - Integrated mirror device for vehicles - Google Patents

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JP4756969B2
JP4756969B2 JP2005277884A JP2005277884A JP4756969B2 JP 4756969 B2 JP4756969 B2 JP 4756969B2 JP 2005277884 A JP2005277884 A JP 2005277884A JP 2005277884 A JP2005277884 A JP 2005277884A JP 4756969 B2 JP4756969 B2 JP 4756969B2
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知之 久木田
光生 佐々木
善行 松本
正明 阿部
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  The present invention provides a vehicle exterior mirror disposed outside the vehicle compartment, and a vehicle in a position close to the vehicle exterior mirror so as to simultaneously obtain the rear and side views of the vehicle in cooperation with the vehicle exterior mirror. The present invention relates to a vehicle integrated mirror device having a vehicle interior mirror disposed indoors and attached to a support plate provided on a vehicle body including a door.

Patent Document 1 discloses an arrangement in which a vehicle exterior mirror and a vehicle interior mirror are arranged across a window glass, and a shaft connecting the vehicle exterior mirror and the vehicle interior mirror is attached to a wind corner portion of a door via a ball joint. This is known from Patent Document 2.
Registered Utility Model No. 3017776 U.S. Pat. No. 4,815,689

  However, the above Patent Document 1 does not disclose a specific support structure for the vehicle exterior mirror and the vehicle interior mirror, and the support structure is unknown.

  Further, in the one disclosed in Patent Document 2, a vehicle exterior mirror and a holder that holds the vehicle interior mirror are supported at both ends of a shaft that is attached to the wind corner portion of the door via a ball joint. Since the holder that holds the mirror is exposed without being covered from the front side of the vehicle, wind pressure directly acts on the holder that holds the vehicle exterior mirror from the front when the vehicle is traveling. For this reason, the supporting force at the wind corners of the vehicle exterior mirror and vehicle interior mirror must be set to be strong against the wind pressure. In addition, the support structure of the ball joint at the wind corner is a simple structure in which a retainer is attached to a ball that penetrates the shaft and the shaft is fixed to the ball. The operability and operability are not considered.

  The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide an integrated mirror device for a vehicle that can support a vehicle exterior mirror and a vehicle interior mirror on the vehicle body side with a structure that allows practical use. And

In order to achieve the above-mentioned object, the invention according to claim 1 is characterized in that the vehicle exterior mirror disposed outside the vehicle compartment and the vehicle rear view are obtained in cooperation with the vehicle exterior mirror. at a position close to the outdoor mirror and a vehicle interior mirror disposed in the passenger compartment, in the vehicle integrated mirror system mounted on a support plate provided on the vehicle body including the door, the outside of the vehicle body mounted on the support plate A mirror support portion is provided on the bracket extending in the direction, and a holder plate for holding the vehicle exterior mirror and the vehicle interior mirror is swingably supported on the mirror support portion, and a through hole through which the holder plate passes is provided. provided in the supporting plate, the supporting plate and the sealing member for closing the through hole in the holder plates are provided, on the bracket, the vehicle exterior housing covering the vehicle exterior mirror from the front side of the vehicle is mounted And characterized in that it is.

The invention according to claim 2, in addition to the configuration of the invention according to claim 1, before Symbol bracket, characterized in that attached to the support plate from the outside of the vehicle compartment.

According to the first aspect of the present invention, the vehicle exterior housing that covers the vehicle exterior mirror from the front side of the vehicle is attached to the bracket that is attached to the support plate and extends outward from the vehicle body. There is no direct contact with the vehicle exterior mirror, and the force to support the vehicle interior mirror and vehicle interior mirror is relatively small, and therefore the force required to adjust the swing angle of the vehicle exterior mirror and vehicle interior mirror is also small. The swing angle of the outdoor mirror and the vehicle interior mirror can be easily adjusted. The bracket is provided not only with the housing outside the vehicle compartment but also with a mirror support portion that supports the vehicle exterior mirror and the holder plate that holds the vehicle interior mirror so as to be swingable. This is possible, and the variation when assembling the components is small. Also, by the through-hole through which the Holder plate is provided supporting holding plates, assembling becomes easy to support plate of the bracket. In addition, since the through hole is closed by the seal member, it is possible to prevent the circulation of air and rain water between the inside and outside of the passenger compartment without disturbing the swinging operation of the holder plate.

Further, according to the second aspect of the present invention, when the bracket is attached to the support plate, it is not obstructed by the vehicle body components, and the attachment work of the bracket to the support plate is facilitated.

  DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Embodiments of the present invention will be described below based on one embodiment of the present invention shown in the accompanying drawings.

  1 to 10 show an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a passenger car as viewed from the front, and FIG. 2 is a perspective view of the passenger car as viewed from the front, 3 is a partially cutaway plan view of the passenger car, FIG. 4 is a rear view of the passenger car, FIG. 5 is a view of the right integrated mirror device viewed from the rear side of the vehicle with the support plate omitted, and FIG. FIG. 7 is an exploded perspective view of the right integrated mirror device, FIG. 8 is an exploded perspective view of a portion of the right integrated mirror device arranged outside the passenger compartment, and FIG. 9 is a diagram of the right integrated mirror device. FIG. 10 is a plan view showing a simplified arrangement of the right integrated mirror device in the front view of the driver on the driver's seat.

  First, in FIG. 1 to FIG. 3, a vehicle body B of a passenger car includes left and right front pillars 15L and 15R, left and right center pillars 16L and 16R, and left and right rear pillars 17L and 17R in order from the front side. The left and right side portions of the windshield 18 are supported by the left and right front pillars 15L and 15R. Between the left and right front pillars 15L and 15R and the left and right center pillars 16L and 16R, left and right front side doors 19L and 19R constituting a part of the vehicle body B are respectively disposed to be openable and closable. Between the right center pillars 16L and 16R and the left and right rear pillars 17L and 17R, left and right rear side doors 20L and 20R constituting a part of the vehicle body B are disposed so as to be openable and closable.

  Referring also to FIG. 4, pillars 22 that respectively form left and right rear windows 21L and 21R are provided between the left and right rear pillars 17L and 17R at the center in the width direction of the rear portion of the vehicle body B. The left and right rear windows 21L and 21R are respectively attached with left and right rear glasses 23L and 23R so that the left and right rear pillars 17L and 17R and the pillars 22 support both sides.

  A vehicle compartment 24 is formed in the vehicle body B. The rear part of the plurality of pillars, that is, the front pillars 15L and 15R, the center pillars 16L and 16R, and the rear pillars 17L and 17R provided on the left and right sides of the vehicle body B. The left and right rear pillars 17 </ b> L and 17 </ b> R, which are the left and right pillars, are arranged in front of the left and right corners of the rearmost part of the vehicle compartment 24. That is, the left and right corners of the rearmost part of the vehicle compartment 24 are formed by the left and right rear glasses 23L and 23R, respectively, and the left and right rear glasses 23L and 23R form the left and right corners of the rearmost part of the vehicle compartment 24. It is formed by bending.

  By the way, on the upper front side of the left front side door 19L constituting a part of the vehicle body B, a vehicle exterior mirror 27L disposed outside the vehicle compartment 24 and the vehicle exterior mirror 27L cooperate with the vehicle at the same time. A left integrated mirror device 29L having a vehicle interior mirror 28L disposed in the vehicle interior 24 at a position close to the vehicle exterior exterior mirror 27L so as to obtain a rear and side field of view of the vehicle body B is attached. A front-side upper portion of the right front side door 19R that constitutes the vehicle interior mirror 27R disposed outside the vehicle compartment 24 and the rear and side views of the vehicle at the same time in cooperation with the vehicle exterior mirror 27R. A right integrated mirror device 29R having a vehicle interior mirror 28R disposed in the vehicle compartment 24 at a position close to the vehicle interior exterior mirror 27R is attached.

  The left and right integrated mirror devices 29L and 29R allow the driver's seat 25 (see FIG. 2) in the passenger compartment 24 to visually recognize the rear and side of the vehicle. The cross-sectional width WR in the vehicle width direction of the left and right rear pillars 17L and 17R to be arranged is a range hidden behind the left and right center pillars 16L and 16R within the rear field of view obtained by the left and right integrated mirror devices 29L and 29R. Set to

  5-9, the right integrated mirror device 29R includes a vehicle exterior unit 30R disposed outside the vehicle compartment 24 and a vehicle interior unit 31R disposed in the vehicle compartment 24, and includes a right front portion. The side door 29R is attached to a support plate 33 provided on the upper front side of the door sash 32. Thus, the door glass 34 of the right front side door 19R is provided with a notch 34a for arranging the support plate 33.

The vehicle exterior unit 30R includes a bracket 35 attached to the support plate 33 and extending outward from the vehicle body B , a vehicle exterior housing 36 attached to the bracket 35, a visor 37 attached to the vehicle exterior housing 36, and the bracket. 35, an actuator case 38 fixed to the vehicle 35, and a vehicle interior mirror 27R disposed in the visor 37 so that the rear of the vehicle can be seen, and the vehicle interior unit 31R is a vehicle interior mounted on the support plate 33. The vehicle is provided with a housing 39 and a vehicle interior mirror 28R disposed in the vehicle interior housing 39 so that the rear of the vehicle can be seen. The vehicle exterior mirror 27R and the vehicle interior mirror 28R include the vehicle exterior unit 30R and the vehicle interior. It is held by a holder plate 40 that is common to the indoor unit 31R.

  A bracket 35 is attached to the support plate 33 with an outer seal member 41 interposed between the support plate 33 and the support plate 33 from the outside of the vehicle compartment 24. In other words, for example, one mounting boss 42 that penetrates the outer seal member 41 in an airtight manner and contacts the outer surface of the support plate 33 is integrally projected on the bracket 35 and a pair of screw members 83 and 83 are implanted. The support plate 33 is provided with insertion holes 43 individually corresponding to the mounting boss 42 and the screw members 83. Thus, the screw member 44 inserted from the inside of the vehicle compartment 24 is screwed into one insertion hole 43, and the end of the screw member 83... Inserted on the remaining two insertion holes 43. The nuts 84 and 84 are screwed to the portion, and the bracket 35 is attached to the support plate 33 by tightening the screw member 44 and the nuts 84.

  A synthetic resin exterior housing 36 that covers the bracket 35 from the front side of the vehicle is attached to the bracket 35 with a plurality of screw members 47. A peripheral portion of a visor 37 that has a flange-like portion 37a that is integrally disposed in the outside housing 36 and is attached to the outside housing 36 with a plurality of screw members 48 at the opening edge of the outside housing 36. Are connected. An opening 49 is provided from the middle to the outside of the vehicle exterior housing 36, and a lens 51 constituting a part of the winker 50 is attached to the opening 49.

  In addition to the mounting bosses 42, the bracket 35 is integrally provided with two boss portions 52, 52 for fastening the vehicle interior housing 39 with the support plate 33 interposed therebetween. 52 also penetrates the outer seal member 41 in an airtight manner and comes into contact with the outer surface of the support plate 38. Further, the visor 37 is also provided with one boss portion 53 that penetrates the outer seal member 41 in an airtight manner and contacts the outer surface of the support plate 33.

  An inner seal member 54 is interposed between the vehicle interior housing 39 that covers the vehicle interior mirror 28R from the front side of the vehicle and the inner surface of the support plate 33 facing the vehicle compartment 24 side. The housing 39 is attached to the bracket 35 and the visor 37 with, for example, three screw members 55. In other words, the support plate 33 is provided with three insertion holes 56 other than the insertion holes 43 corresponding to the boss portions 52 of the bracket 35 and the boss portions 53 of the visor 37, and these insertion holes. 56, screw members 55 inserted through the vehicle interior housing 39, the inner seal member 54, and the support plate 33 are screwed into the boss portions 52 of the bracket 35 and the boss portions 53 of the visor 37. The vehicle interior housing 39 is supported by the support plate 33 by tightening the screw members 55.

  When the projection range when the vehicle driver visually observes the exterior housing 36 that covers the exterior mirror 27R from the front side of the vehicle is the range indicated by the chain line in FIG. It is formed so as to be disposed within the range.

  An outer holding member 57 for holding the vehicle interior mirror 27R and an inner holding member 58 for holding the vehicle interior mirror 28R are holder plates that pass through the through holes 59 and 60 provided in the support plate 33 and the inner seal member 54. 40 is detachably engaged. That is, the exterior mirror 27R and the interior mirror 28R are held by the common holder plate 40.

  Moreover, the exterior mirror 27R and the interior mirror 28R are formed with the same radius of curvature R with the same center of curvature C, and the upper and lower edges of the exterior mirror 27R and the interior mirror 28R. On the other hand, in this embodiment, the upper edge is substantially aligned on one imaginary straight line IL as clearly shown in FIG. In addition, the width W in the left-right direction at least in the middle portion of the vehicle interior mirror 28R is set to be 50 mm or more and smaller than a value that causes the reflection of the vehicle driver.

  Furthermore, a cutout portion 37 b is provided at the outer end portion of the visor 37 to prevent the visor 37 from being reflected on the vehicle interior exterior mirror 27 </ b> R disposed in the visor 37.

  The outer seal member 41 is integrally formed with a bulging portion 41a bulging from the through holes 59, 60 toward the vehicle interior housing 38, and the slit 61 provided in the bulging portion 41a is provided with the slit 61. The holder plate 40 penetrates, and the holder plate 40 is provided with an engagement groove 62 that engages the bulging portion 41 a, that is, the outer seal member 41, around the slit 61.

  The holder plate 40 is supported by a mirror support portion 63 provided on an actuator case 38 fixed to the bracket 35 so as to be able to swing vertically and horizontally. Thus, a notch 45 for arranging the actuator case 38 fixed to the bracket 35 and the holder plate 40 supported by the mirror support portion 63 of the actuator case 38 is provided in the bowl-shaped portion 37a of the visor 37. It is done.

  The mirror support portion 63 is provided on the actuator case 38 so as to surround the support shaft 64 while facing the holder plate 40 as a circular cross-section of the cylindrical support shaft 64 that projects integrally with the actuator case 38. The seating surface 65 is disposed at a portion corresponding to an intermediate portion between the vehicle exterior mirror 27R and the vehicle interior mirror 28R.

  On the other hand, the holder plate 40 is integrally provided with a receiving portion 66 in which an outer surface and an inner surface are formed so as to have an arcuate cross-sectional shape having the same center as the support seat surface 65 having an arcuate cross-section. The outer surface of the receiving portion 66 is in sliding contact with the support seat surface 65. Further, a holding member 67 having an outer surface with an arc-shaped cross section that is in sliding contact with the inner surface of the receiving portion 66 is attached to the supporting shaft 64 that enters the receiving portion 66 so as to be movable in the axial direction. A spring 70 for urging the holding member 67 in a direction to hold the receiving portion 66 between the support seat surface 65 and the holding member 67 is contracted between a retainer 69 and a holding member 67 fixed at the tip by a screw member 68. .

  In this way, the holder plate 40 is supported on the mirror support portion 63 of the actuator case 38 so as to be able to swing vertically and horizontally.

  The actuator case 38 is attached to the bracket 35 with a plurality of screw members 71 so as to be partially disposed in the bulging portion 41a of the outer seal member 41, and includes an outer holding member 57 and an inner holding member. Among the plurality of screw members 71... For fixing the actuator case 38 to the bracket 35 in a state where the holder plate 40 before the 58 is engaged is supported by the mirror support portion 63, the holder plate 40 is attached. A plurality of operation holes 72 are provided in the holder plate 40 so as to allow the screw members 71 arranged at positions that interfere with each other to be rotated.

  A first drive shaft 75 that arranges an axis on a first horizontal straight line LA passing through the mirror support 63 and a second drive line 75 that arranges an axis on a second straight line LB extending in the vertical direction through the mirror support 63. A second drive shaft 76 protrudes from the actuator case 38 so as to be movable in the axial direction, and a first electric motor that exerts power for reciprocating the first drive shaft 75 in the axial direction in the actuator case 38. A motor 77 and a second electric motor 78 that exhibits power for reciprocating the second drive shaft 76 in the axial direction are housed and fixed.

  One end of the first drive shaft 75 is connected to the holder plate 40 to enable swinging in a plane including the first straight line LA, and one end of the second drive shaft 76 is connected to the second straight line LB. It is connected to the holder plate 40 so as to be able to swing in a plane including it. Thus, when the first drive shaft 75 is operated in the axial direction by the operation of the first electric motor 77, the holder plate 40, that is, the vehicle interior mirror 27R and the vehicle interior mirror 28R, swings left and right with the mirror support 63 as a fulcrum. When the second drive shaft 76 is operated in the axial direction by the operation of the second electric motor 78, the holder plate 40, that is, the vehicle interior mirror 27R and the vehicle interior mirror 28R will swing up and down with the mirror support 63 as a fulcrum.

  A coupler 79 that holds a harness terminal to be connected to the first and second electric motors 77 and 78 is detachably attached to the actuator case 38, and a circular opening for arranging the coupler 79 is provided. A portion 80 is provided on the support plate 33, and the outer seal member 41 is integrally formed with a coupler seal portion 41 b that penetrates the coupler 79 and elastically contacts the outer periphery of the coupler 79.

  In attaching the right integrated mirror device 29R to the support plate 33, the bracket 35 is attached to the support plate 33 from the outside via the outer seal member 41, and then the vehicle exterior housing 36 is attached to the bracket 35. In addition, the actuator case 38 in a state in which the holder plate 40 is supported by the mirror support portion 63 is sequentially attached to the bracket 35, and the visor 37 is attached to the vehicle exterior housing 36, and then the outside holding the vehicle exterior mirror 27 </ b> R. The vehicle exterior unit 30 </ b> R is first assembled to the support plate 33 so that the holding member 57 is engaged with the holder plate 40. Next, after mounting the vehicle interior housing 39 in the vehicle interior 24, the inner holding member 58 that holds the vehicle interior mirror 28 </ b> R is engaged with the holder plate 40, so that the right integrated mirror device 29 </ b> R is attached to the support plate 33. Is completed.

  Incidentally, as clearly shown in FIG. 4, the vehicle body B is configured such that the upper vehicle width is narrower than the lower vehicle width, but the right integrated mirror device 29 </ b> R has the maximum vehicle width of the vehicle body B. A vehicle exterior unit 30R including a vehicle exterior mirror 27R is disposed inside, and is attached to the upper front side of the right front side door 19R.

  By the way, on the front upper side of the left front side door 19L constituting a part of the vehicle body B, a vehicle exterior unit 30L having a vehicle exterior mirror 27L arranged outside the vehicle compartment 24, and the vehicle exterior mirror 27L, A left integrated mirror device comprising a vehicle interior unit 31L having a vehicle interior mirror 28L disposed in the vehicle compartment 24 at a position close to the vehicle interior exterior mirror 27L so as to obtain a rear view of the vehicle in cooperation. Since the left integrated mirror device 29L has basically the same configuration as the above-described right integrated mirror device 29R, detailed description thereof will be omitted.

Next, the operation of this embodiment will be described. The left and right integrated mirror devices 29L and 29R are mounted on the support plate 33 provided at the front upper portion of the door sash 32 in the left and right front side doors 19L and 19R constituting a part of the vehicle body B. In the left and right integrated mirror devices 29L and 29R, the exterior mirrors 27L and 27R and the interior mirror 28L are attached to the bracket 35 that is attached to the support plate 33 and projects outward from the vehicle body B. , 28R is provided so as to be swingable, and a vehicle exterior housing 36 that covers the vehicle exterior mirrors 27L, 27R from the front side of the vehicle is attached.

Therefore, the wind pressure accompanying the traveling of the vehicle does not directly hit the vehicle interior mirrors 27L, 27R, and the force for supporting the vehicle exterior mirrors 27L, 27R and the vehicle interior mirrors 28L, 28R can be relatively small, and therefore the vehicle exterior mirror 27L. , 27R and the interior mirrors 28L, 28R can be adjusted with less force, and the interior mirrors 27L, 27R and the interior mirrors 28L, 28R can be easily adjusted. Further the bracket 35, not only the exterior housing 36 is mounted, provided in the vehicle exterior mirror 27L, 27R and the in-room mirror 28L, the mirror support 63 to the holder plate 40 swingably supported to hold the 28R Since the prepared actuator case 38 is attached, it is possible to reduce the number of combined parts, and the variation in assembling the parts can be reduced.

Also, since the through hole 59 through which the holder plate 40 is provided on the support plate 33, the assembly is facilitated to the support plate 33 of the bracket 35.

In addition, a bulging portion 41 a formed integrally with the outer seal member 41 interposed between the support plate 33 and the bracket 35 is provided between the support plate 33 and the holder plate 40 so as to close the through hole 59. Therefore, it is possible to prevent air and rainwater from flowing between the inside and outside of the vehicle compartment 24 without hindering the swinging operation of the holder plate 40.

  Further, since the bracket 35 is attached to the support plate 33 from the outside of the vehicle compartment 24, the bracket 35 is attached to the support plate 33 without being obstructed by the vehicle body components when the bracket 35 is attached to the support plate 33. Work becomes easy.

  Moreover, since the width in the left-right direction at the middle part in the vertical direction of the vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R is set to be 50 mm or more and smaller than the value at which the reflection of the vehicle driver occurs, any vehicle driver can When the indoor mirrors 28L and 28R are viewed, the required minimum field of view can be secured and the rear image can be stereoscopically viewed, and the sense of perspective is not impaired.

  By the way, according to “Japanese anthropometric data” published in October 1997 by the Research Center for Human Life Engineering, the minimum pupil distance between both eyes of humans 18 years of age or older who can obtain a driving license. Since the value is 50.2 mm for women 20 to 24 years old, any vehicle driver can set the minimum value of the width in the left-right direction at the middle part in the vertical direction of the interior mirrors 28L, 28R to 50 mm. The vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R have a width larger than the pupil distance between both eyes, and the minimum required field of view can be secured by the vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R. In addition, by setting the maximum value of the width in the left-right direction at the middle part in the vertical direction of the vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R to be smaller than the value at which the vehicle driver's reflection occurs, blind spots are generated due to the reflection of the vehicle driver. Can be prevented and visibility can be improved.

  A vehicle interior housing 39 that covers the vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R from the front is disposed within a projection range when the vehicle driver visually observes the vehicle exterior housing 36 that covers the vehicle exterior mirrors 27L and 27R from the front side of the vehicle. Therefore, there is no range of blind spots caused by the vehicle interior housing 39, and the minimum range of blind spots generated by the exterior mirrors 27L and 27R is sufficient.

  In addition, at least one of the upper and lower edges of the exterior mirrors 27L and 27R and the interior mirrors 28L and 28R, in this embodiment, the upper edge is arranged substantially on one virtual straight line IL. At least one of the upper and lower edges of the field of view obtained by the vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R and the vehicle interior exterior mirrors 27L and 27R is substantially aligned, so that instantaneous rear view confirmation can be performed without a sense of incongruity.

  Further, the exterior mirrors 27L and 27R and the interior mirrors 28L and 28R are bent with the same curvature radius R with the same center of curvature C, so that the exterior mirrors 27L and 27R and the interior mirrors 28L and 28R are bent. Thus, it is possible to obtain a wider field of view, and it is possible to continuously view images obtained by both mirrors 27L and 27R; 28L and 28R without a sense of incongruity.

  By the way, the vehicle body B is formed with the upper vehicle width narrower than the lower vehicle width, but the front upper portion of the door sash 32 in the left and right front side doors 19L, 19R constituting a part of the vehicle body B. In addition, the left and right integrated mirror devices 29L and 29R are mounted so that the vehicle exterior units 30L and 30R are arranged within the maximum vehicle width of the vehicle body B. Therefore, the vehicle exterior units 30L and 30R are connected to the vehicle body B at the maximum vehicle width. Even if it is arranged inside, sufficient rear view can be obtained, and the overall width of the vehicle can be prevented by the outside mirrors 27L, 27R. In particular, the outside units 30L, 30R have a collapsible structure. It is possible to simplify the mirror structure so that this is not an essential condition. In addition, driving on narrow roads becomes easy.

  Further, the left and right rear pillars 17L and 17R, which are the rearmost pillars of the plurality of pillars provided on both sides of the vehicle body B, are within the rear view obtained by the vehicle interior mirrors 27L and 27R and the vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R. B is located at the rearmost of the members constituting B. By disposing the left and right rear pillars 17L, 17R ahead of the left and right corners of the rearmost part of the vehicle compartment 24, the vehicle exterior mirror 27R 27L and the vehicle interior mirrors 28L, 28R can minimize the blind spot in the rear field of view, and can sufficiently obtain a wide range of rear field of view.

  In addition, a pillar 22 that supports the other side portions of the rear glasses 23L and 23R supported at one side by the rear pillars 17L and 17R, which are the rearmost pillars, is provided at the center in the width direction of the rear portion of the vehicle body B. The rear glasses 23L and 23R need to be bent so as to occupy the left and right corners of the rearmost part of the chamber 24. Such rear glasses 23L and 23R are disposed at the center of the rear part of the vehicle body B in the vehicle width direction. 22 can be held.

  Further, the cross-sectional width WR in the vehicle width direction of the left and right rear pillars 17L and 17R is hidden behind the left and right center pillars 16L and 16R within the viewing angle obtained by the vehicle interior mirrors 27L and 27R and the vehicle interior mirrors 28L and 28R. Therefore, blind spots caused by the plurality of pillars 15L to 17L and 15R to 17R arranged on both side surfaces of the vehicle body B can be minimized.

  Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various design changes can be made without departing from the present invention described in the claims. It is.

It is the perspective view which looked at the passenger car from the front. It is a perspective view which shows the state which looked ahead from the vehicle interior of the passenger car. It is a partially cutaway top view of a passenger car. It is a rear view of a passenger car. It is the figure which looked at the right integrated mirror apparatus from the back side of vehicles, omitting a support plate. FIG. 6 is a sectional view taken along line 6-6 of FIG. It is a disassembled perspective view of a right integrated mirror apparatus. It is a disassembled perspective view of the part arrange | positioned out of a vehicle interior among right integrated mirror apparatuses. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the part arrange | positioned in a vehicle interior among right integrated mirror apparatuses. It is a top view which simplifies and shows arrangement | positioning of the right integrated mirror apparatus in the front view of the driver | operator on a driver's seat.

19L, 19R ... Door 24 ... Car compartment 27L, 27R ... Car exterior mirrors 28L, 28R ... Car interior mirrors 29L, 29R ... Integrated mirror device 33 ... Support plate 35 ... Bracket 36 ... Housing outside vehicle compartment 40 ... Holder plate 41 ... Seal member 59 ... Through hole 63 ... Mirror support B ... Vehicle body

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  1. A vehicle exterior mirror (27L, 27R) disposed outside the vehicle compartment (24) and the vehicle exterior mirror (27L, 27R) in cooperation with the vehicle exterior mirror (27L, 27R) to obtain a rear view of the vehicle. 27L, 27R) has a vehicle interior mirror (28L, 28R) disposed in the vehicle compartment (24) at a position close to 27L, 27R), and a support plate provided on the vehicle body (B) including the doors (19L, 19R) In the vehicle integrated mirror device attached to (33),
    A mirror support portion (63) is provided on a bracket (35) attached to the support plate (33) and projecting outward from the vehicle body (B) . The mirror support portion (63) has the vehicle interior mirror (27L, 27R) and a holder plate (40) holding the vehicle interior mirror (28L, 28R) are supported in a swingable manner, and a through hole (59) through which the holder plate (40) passes is provided in the support plate (33). A seal member (41) is provided between the support plate (33) and the holder plate (40) to close the through hole (59), and the bracket (35) has the vehicle interior mirrors (27L, 27R). A vehicle exterior mirror device (36) that covers the vehicle from the front side of the vehicle is attached .
  2. Before SL bracket (35) The vehicular integrated mirror system according from the outside to claim 1, characterized in that attached to the support plate (33) of the passenger compartment (24).
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