WO1997004976A1 - Wind-protection device for convertible vehicles - Google Patents

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WO1997004976A1
WO1997004976A1 PCT/EP1996/003236 EP9603236W WO9704976A1 WO 1997004976 A1 WO1997004976 A1 WO 1997004976A1 EP 9603236 W EP9603236 W EP 9603236W WO 9704976 A1 WO9704976 A1 WO 9704976A1
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Hartwig Pfeffer
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60JWINDOWS, WINDSCREENS, NON-FIXED ROOFS, DOORS, OR SIMILAR DEVICES FOR VEHICLES; REMOVABLE EXTERNAL PROTECTIVE COVERINGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES
    • B60J7/00Non-fixed roofs; Roofs with movable panels, e.g. rotary sunroofs
    • B60J7/22Wind deflectors for open roofs
    • B60J7/223Wind deflectors for open roofs specially adapted for convertible cars

Abstract

The wind-protection device proposed has a bulkhead (28) with a cover panel (32), which extends essentially horizontally cover the rear-seat zone, and a wind-protection screen (36) which is fitted to the front edge (34) of the cover panel (32), extends across the width of the front seats and extends up beyond the top edge of the seats. In order to be able to carry the wind-protection device permanently in the car without taking up space in the boot, the invention proposes that a space-saving stowage space (30) is provided in the region of the canopy box (16) and/or cover flap (20).

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Wind protection device for convertible vehicles

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The invention relates to a wind protection means, arranged behind the front seats, optionally with Rück¬ sit tipped back space and, arranged in a behind 'the return chamber, open at the top, closed by a top lid top compartment versenkba¬ ren roof in a passenger car with front seats. The wind protection device includes a Wind bulkhead with the return chamber substantially horizon¬ tal spanning Abdeckpartie and one at vorder¬ seat-side edge of the Abdeckpartie arranged, extending behind the front seats over their width and their upper edge superior wind protection. Typically, the top lid for the Verdeckka¬ iεt most backward pivoted. To open or close the soft top to be opened either automa¬ table, such as electrical or hydrauli¬ rule agents manually or.

When driving with an open convertible Luftströ¬ occur regulations that fall above the upper edge of the windscreen in the backcourt. The air is swirled in the rear chamber so as to push from behind against the front seats. This affects especially at higher speeds Geschwin¬. The driver feels a draft of hin¬ th, which is unpleasant and even harmful. The known wind protection devices of the initially an¬ given type have the purpose to seal off the front seat area against the air stream coming from behind, wherein the wind shield holds the head space and the hori¬ zontal Abdeckpartie the footwell of the front seat area air flow freely. The known wind deflector can be folded configured and stored when not in use in the trunk. Basically, it is possible to leave the wind deflector also when not in use in his Einbauposi¬ tion and fold the wind protection for a bes¬ sere panoramic view down against the Abdeckpartie. In this case, however, the vehicle can be used only two seats. Only when four-seater models is desired, it must be out of its mounting position ent removed and stored outside. In the bekann¬ th wind guard is empfun¬ as detrimental to that a considerable space is required in the trunk for their storage and that they can only be inserted with deflated the trunk in this due to the large width dimensions.

Based on this, the invention has the object zu¬ reason to develop a wind protection device of the initially angege¬ enclosed sort chamber space without consuming Koffer¬ can be carried in the vehicle constantly, enables easy handling, and is optionally automated.

To achieve this object specified in patent claim 1 combination of features is proposed. Advantageous embodiments and further developments of the invention emerge from the dependent claims.

The inventive solution is the idea zugrun¬ de, in the area of ​​the folding box and / or the Verdeck¬ flap a storage space for receiving the wind deflector be provided when not in use, takes no trunk space and does not interfere with the opening and closing of the "top. The Wind¬ located in the storage space is Schott conveniently reduced in its dimensions relative to its aus¬ retracted state by rolling, flaps, pleats or pushed together on the available ste¬ rising storage space size Specifically, the wind shield is extending to a gene parallel to vordersitzseiti¬ edge of Abdeckpartie. axis is limited with respect to the Abdeckpartie pivoted so that it can be pivoted when not in use against the flat ge Abdeckpartie.

A particularly simple embodiment of the invention provides that the top lid is formed single shell and on its side facing the top compartment Innen¬ surface a retaining device for the wind deflector has auf¬. In this case, the upper part of Verdeck¬ box serves as storage space for the fixed to the holder of the top flap windbreak.

According to a preferred embodiment of the invention, the top lid is formed of two shells, with a soft top compartment-side inner shell and an Außenscha- le, between which the storage space for the wind deflector is arranged an¬. The accessibility of the storage space da¬ can be ensured by that the outer shell's zwi¬ a closed and an open position as vorzugs¬ is articulated about an axis parallel to the hood damper shaft axis on the inner shell. Alternatively, have a space for Stau¬ leading front-seat-side slot opening for the passage of the wind deflector, the bivalve top lid.

To improve ease of operation space guide elements can be arranged that control the extension and retraction of the wind blocker in Stau¬. mente as Führungsele- are, for example pivot linkage or Kop¬ pelgetriebe into consideration, with which the Abdeckpartie can be hinged to the inner shell of the top flap or on top compartment.

Another preferred embodiment in this Hin¬ provides considerate that the Abdeckpartie consists of a fabric or sheet which can be wound in a ange¬ arranged in the storage space retractor.

The provided in the region of the rear seats interference contours, such as headrests, rollover protection devices or Si¬ cherheitsgurtaustrittspunkte can be neutralized neu¬ either prior to the deployment of the wind guard brought to a lowered position or through one of the interference contour ange¬ fitted rear edge history Abdeckpartie. To further increase comfort, it is advantageous if the wind deflector can be moved by motor from the storage and extendable this. To establish a secure anchoring in the retracted and extended Zu¬ was to ensure the wind deflector in the retracted state einge¬ fixable within the storage space and in the ausge¬ retracted state to the vehicle body should preferably be lockable.

When space is limited in the region of the convertible top box, it has proved to be advantageous if the Abdeckpartie and Winschutzblende of the wind blocker two at a respective hinge pairs verbunde¬ together ne, axes in the direction of their alignment with one another Gelenk¬ relatively slidable between two end positions end portions have that are useful latched in the two end positions. A mit¬ tensymmetrische arrangement is achieved when the sections of the Endab¬ Abdeckpartie and the wind shield re¬ tively to a respective middle portion preferably are tele¬ skopartig displaceable. The end portions and possibly the center portion of the Abdeckpartie and Wind¬ shield expediently have each a continuous covering, which sections are pushed together the Endab¬ are collapsible at least in the region of center section un¬ ter wrinkling or of an elastically stretchable material, preferably of Stretch ¬ ware made.

In the presence of a large rear seat area, it is advantageous if at which the wind shield opposite side edge of the Abdeckpartie, a vorzugs¬ formed as a piece plastics molding closure element is hinged. In this case, the end portions of the mutually displaceable Ab¬ deck can be partie leads ge in runner systems of the terminating element. For the anti-theft device, it is advantageous if hakenför¬-shaped locking members are arranged at the free edge portions of the Abdeck¬ partie or the terminating element preferably which can be latched with the top lid in the closed state.

In the following the invention with reference to certain illustrated in the drawing in schematic form is illustrated Ausfüh¬ approximately examples. Show it

Fig. 1 is a rear view of a convertible vehicle with an open top and extended Windschutz¬ device in perspective view;

Fig. 2 top flap the rear of a convertible with single-shell Ver¬ and on the inner surface of the fixed Verdeck¬ flap folded wind deflector in perspective view;

Fig. 3 is a view corresponding to Figure 2 with more peel zwei¬ top lid and pickled zusam¬ mengeklapptem wind deflector.

FIG. 4a to d with a convertible pe bivalve Verdeckklap¬ and hinged to the inner shell wind protection device in the folding and unfolding of the wind blocker in diagrammatic representations in different positions according to Fig. 3;

FIG. 5a-d with respect to a 4a-d modified exemplary embodiment of a windscreen device in a retractor windable Abdeckpartie and retractable interference contours.

FIGS. 6a-c a convertible vehicle automatically removing and retractable wind deflector in a Darstel¬ lung corresponding to FIG. 3 and

Fig. 7a and b shows a vertical section through the seat and Rück¬ top box portion of a convertible top with bivalve flap and Windschutz¬ device in stowed and ausgefahrenem Zu¬ stand;

Fig. 8a and b shows a modified embodiment of a variable in its transverse dimension of the wind deflector when collapsed and aus¬ einandergezogenem state;

Fig. 9 is a vertical section through the rear seat and the convertible top compartment area with a wind deflector in accordance with Fig. 8a and b. The four-seat convertible vehicle shown in the drawing have two front seats 10, two rear seats 12 and a in the area between the rear seats 12 and 14 arranged in the trunk hood compartment 16 for receiving a folding roof 18th The offe¬ upward ne top compartment 16 is sealed closed by a U-shaped contour in the top lid 20th The top lid 20 has a sealing edge 22 against which the top is pressed in a sealing in the closed state. To extend and retract the convertible top, the top flap is pivotally angeord¬ net in its rear portion about a horizontal axis to the vehicle body 24 twentieth

The convertible vehicle is additionally provided protection device with a Wind¬ 26 having a wind deflector 28 as well as a storage space 30 for accommodating the wind bulkhead. The wind deflector 28 consists essentially of a rear seat portion 12 horizontally spanning in the extended state Abdeckpar¬ tie 32 and a deck partie on the front seat side edge 34 of the Ab¬ 32 articulated, extending behind the front seats 10 over their width and their Kopfstüt¬ zen superior wind protection 36. In order not to obstruct the view through the rearview mirror, the wind shield 36 is covered with a transparent tissue or mesh.

In the example shown in Fig. 2 exemplary embodiment, the top lid 20 is formed single shell. It has a Haltevor¬ not shown direction for fixing the folded Wind¬ bulkheads 28 on its inner surface 38th As storage space 30 of the upper part of the top box 16 is used.

In the embodiment according to FIG. 3, a two-leaf folding top flap 20 having an inner shell 40 and an outer shell 42 is provided which ver¬ in the rear "area around a horizontal axis against each other are swiveling, and in the space between the stowage space 30 for accommodating the folded Wind¬ bulkhead is arranged 28th

The embodiment according to Fig. 4a to d unterschei¬ det from the embodiment of Fig. 3 da¬ by that the wind protection device 26 additionally ei¬ nen to the inner shell 40 disposed Schwenkhebelme¬ mechanism 44, with which the wind deflector 28 at input and extending over the rear head restraint 46 can be carried away. The rear edge 48 of the Abdeckpartie 32 there is adapted to the surface contour of the rear seat back, so that a sufficient seal Ab¬ can be achieved. On the front seat side end of the Abdeckpartie is engaged 32 with catch pins 50 in the vehicle-side recesses 52nd When fully folded-out wind deflector 28, the Außen¬ can be closed cup 32 and engages with the inner shell (Fig. 4d).

In Fig. 5a to d shown embodiment differs from the embodiment according to Fig. 4a to d in that the Abdeckpartie 32 of Wind¬ bulkhead 28 is made of a fabric or web of film in a to the inner shell 40 within the Stau¬ space 30 arranged retractor 54 can be wound like a roller blind. To avoid Störkon¬ structure in this case the headrest (see Fig.. 5a and b) at 46 Aus¬ drive of the wind deflector 28 in the backrest sunk.

In the embodiment according to FIGS. 6a-c, the bivalve top flap 20 is provided with a front slot 56 through which the wind deflector 28 one automa¬ shows through and may be extended. For Seitenfüh¬ tion of the wind blocker during retraction and extension hin¬ terschnittene guide rails 58 are provided for the side edges of the Abdeckpartie 32nd the head restraints are for example approximately even with this Ausfuh¬ 46 lowered during extension of the wind deflector 58 in the back area of ​​the rear seats 12 (Fig. 6a and b).

The sectional views of Fig. 7a and b correspond to the embodiment of FIGS. 6a-d. In the area of ​​the inner shell 40 of the top lid 20 there is a retractor 54, in which the existing of a biege¬ limp fabric or sheet material can be wound Abdeck¬ partie 32nd Before the extension of the Wind¬ bulkhead 28, the headrest 46 is lowered into a corresponding recess of the rear seat back 12 (Fig. 7b). In the area between the rear seats 12 and the Verdeckka- - li ¬

sten 16 there is a space 60 delimited, in which a roll-over protection device 62 is located, which is triggered by a tilt sensor, thereby herausfahr¬ upward at penetrating the Abdeckpartie 32 bar.

The exemplary embodiment of a wind deflector shown in Fig. 8a and b is seated partie for a convertible having a relatively large Rück¬ and limited space in Verdeck¬ determined chest area. To cover the Rücksitzbe¬ kingdom is where the wind shield 36 gegenüberlie¬ constricting side edge of the Abdeckpartie 32 designed as a ein¬ lumpy plastics molding Abschlußele¬ ment articulated 70, the tie 180 ° relative to the Abdeckpar¬ 32 pivotably (cf., Fig. 9 ), and its Au¬ ßenrand 72 is adapted to the contour of the rear seats. The Abdeckpartie 32 and the wind shield 36 have in this wind deflector 28 two at a respective joint 78 paar¬ as interconnected relative to one another in the direction of its zuein¬ other aligned hinge pins 80 between two end positions (Fig. 8a and b) displaceably bare end portions 32 ', 32' 'and 36', 36 '' on. The end portions are referred to a respective middle section 32 '' ', 36' '' telescopically displaceable relative. In the example shown in Fig. 8a and b exemplary embodiment, the end portions and the middle portion of the Abdeckpartie 32 and the wind shield 36 each have a continuous covering of an elastically stretchable material, preferably a stretch fabric on. In principle, it is possible to provide in the end portions to each other when pushed together overlapping separate coverings or panels, or the continuous fabric during pushing together of the sections terminally at least to pool in the area of ​​the center section under formation of wrinkles. In the two positions the end portions and the terminally Mittenab¬ are cut together latched. In addition, the portions of the terminally Abdeckpartie 32 guided in the thrust guides 74 of the terminating element 70th As can be seen from Fig. 8a and b, connection element 70 hook-shaped locking members 76 are arranged on the free edge portions of the An¬, the flap for protection against theft with the Verdeck¬ be latched.

From the sectional view of FIG. 9 it can be seen that the wind shield 36, Abdeckpartie 32 and connecting element 70 existing folded Wind¬ Schott in a clam-shell top flap 20 angeord¬ net is behind, leaving a gap for the roll-over protection device 62 at a distance the rear seat back 12 is disposed.

In summary, the following can be stated: The Erfin dung relates to a wind protection device in ei¬ nem convertible vehicle. The windshield device comprises a wind deflector 28 with the back seat area in the we¬ sentlichen horizontally spanning Abdeckpartie 32 and a front seat-side edge 34 of the Abdeckpar¬ tie arranged 32 extending behind the front seats 12 over its width and on the upper edge superior wind protection 36th To the Wind¬ protection device without consumption of trunk space continuously to carry in the vehicle, a storage space 30 is provided according to the invention, which is arranged in a space-saving manner in the region of a top box 16 and / or a convertible top lid 20th

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1. Wind protection device in a passenger car with front seats (10), a zen behind the Vordersit¬ (10) arranged, optionally with Rücksit¬ zen (12) fitted rear space and, arranged in a behind the rear space (12) open at the top, with a top flap (20) verschließ-- cash top compartment (16) retractable roof (18) comprising a wind deflector (28) having a substantially horizontal the rear space spanning Abdeckpartie
(32) and a front seat-side edge (34) of Abdeckpartie (32) disposed, behind the front seats (12) extending over its width and the upper edge superior wind protection
(36), characterized by a region of the folding-top compartment in Be¬ (16) and / or the Verdeck¬ flap (20) disposed stowage space (30) for receiving the wind deflector (28) when not in use.
2. Wind protection device according to claim 1, characterized denotes ge that the wind shield (36) covering partie about an axis parallel to the front-seat side edge (34) of the Ab¬ (32) extending axis limited gegen¬ above the Abdeckpartie (32) is pivotable.
3. Windshield device according to claim 1 or 2, da¬ by in that the monocoque ausgebil¬ finished top flap (20) on its side facing the top compartment
a Haltevor- comprises direction for the wind deflector (28) (16) facing inner surface (38).
4. arranged windshield device according to claim 1 or 2, da¬ by in that the top lid (20) has a top compartment-side inner shell (40) and an outer shell (42), between which space the Stau¬ (30) for the wind deflector (28) is.
5. Wind protection device according to claim 4, characterized denotes ge, that the outer shell (42) between ei¬ ner closed and an open position is pivoted about an axis parallel to the hood damper shaft axis on the inner shell (40).
arranged ange¬ 6. Wind protection arrangement according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized by in the stowage space (30), the extension and retraction of the wind blocker (28) controlling Führungsselemente (44,58).
7. Wind protection device according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the Abdeckpartie
(32) via a lever mechanism (44) or a Kop¬ pelgetriebe to the inner shell (40) of the Verdeck¬ flap (20) or on the soft top compartment (16) is articulated.
8. Wind protection device according to one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that the Abdeckpartie (32) consists of a fabric or film web, and in that a retractor (54) for the Abdeckpartie (32) is arranged in the stowage space (30).
9. Windshield device according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the Abdeckpartie
(32) at its wind shield (36) lying gegenüber¬ edge (48) has a an¬ to the rear seat contour fitted edge profile.
10. Windshield device according to one of claims 1 'to 9, characterized in that the wind deflector
is retractable (58) extendable from the motor storage space (30) and into the latter.
11. Windshield device according to one of claims 4 to 10, characterized in that the zweischali- ge top flap leading front-seat-side slot opening (56) has a to the storage space (30) for the passage of the wind blocker (28).
12. Windshield device according to one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the storage space in the
Wind deflector (28) (30) located in its Abmes¬ solutions relative to its extended condition by rolling, flaps, folding or pushing together ver¬ kleinert is.
13. Windshield device according to one of claims 1 to 12, characterized in that the wind deflector
in the retracted state within the Ξtau- space (30) and / or in the extended state imaging fahr¬ firmly fixed, preferably can be latched (28).
14. Windshield device according to one of claims 1 to 13, characterized in that the Abdeckpar¬ tie (32) and the wind shield (36) of the wind deflector (28) has two of pairwise hingedly interconnected in each case one joint (78) in the direction between two end positions verschiebba¬ re end portions (32 ', 36'; 32 '', 36 '') of their aligned axes of articulation (80) relative to each other exhibit.
15. Windschutzemrichtung according to claim 14, characterized denotes ge that the end portions (32 ', 36'; 32 '', 36 '') of the Abdeckpartie (32) and the de Windschutzblen¬ (36) relative to a respective center portion (32 '' ', 36' '') are preferably telescopically slidable.
16. Windschutzemrichtung according Anspuch 14 or 15, da¬ by in that the end portions and possibly the center portion of the Abdeckpartie (32) and the wind shield (36) each have a continuous voltage Be¬ (68 ', 68' ').
17. Wind protection device according to claim 16, characterized denotes ge that the coverings (68 ', 68' ') when pushed together of the end portions (32', 36 '; 32' ', 36' ') at least in the region of the central portions
(32 '' ', 36' '') are collapsible under wrinkling.
18. Wind protection device according to claim 16, characterized denotes ge that the coverings (68 ', 68' ') consists of an elastically stretchable material, preferably stretch fabric.
19. Windshield device according to one of claims 14 to 18, characterized in that the cuts in the two end positions Endab¬ abstandshal- tend latched are.
20. Windshield device according to one of claims 1 to 19, characterized in that, at the windshield panel (36) opposite side edge of the Abdeckpartie (32) preferably designed as a plastics molding formed ein¬ lumpy Abschlu߬ element (70) is articulated.
21. Wind protection device according to claim 20, characterized denotes ge that the end portions (32 ', 32' ') of the Abdeckpartie (32) in the thrust guides (74) of the Ab¬ circuit elements (70) are guided.
22. Windshield device according to one of claims 1 to 21, characterized in that on the free Rand¬ portions of the Abdeckpartie (32) or the Ab¬ circuit elements (70), preferably hook-shaped Ver¬ Reset of organs (76) are arranged, which (with the top flap 20 ) can be latched.
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