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This template is used in articles about motor vehicles including, but not necessarily limited to, cars, buses and trucks.

Usage[संपादन]

  • See the Parameters section of this document for detailed explanations of what data to enter in each parameter's field.
  • When entering more than one data point per field, use the unbulleted list template {{ubl | fact one | fact two | et cetera }} to put each entry on a separate line. Do not use <br /> to create line breaks in the infobox.
  • In the infobox templates below, conversion templates have been provided for your convenience. After copying the infobox template into the article, enter the data, replacing "NNNN" with numeric entries. When entering data into the conversion template, enter digits without thousands separators; i.e. 4287 not 4,287.

American English[संपादन]

American English
Vehicles designed and marketed using Imperial measurements
American English
Vehicles designed and marketed using metric measurements
{{Infobox automobile
| name = 
| image = 
| caption = 
| type = 
| manufacturer = 
| aka = 
| production = 
| model_years = 
| assembly = 
| designer = 
| class = 
| body_style = 
| layout = 
| platform = 
| related = 
| engine = {{convert|NNN|cuin|L|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| transmission = 
| propulsion = 
| wheelbase = {{convert|NNN|in|mm|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| length = {{convert|NNN|in|mm|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| width = {{convert|NNN|in|mm|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| height = {{convert|NNN|in|mm|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| weight = {{convert|NNN|-|NNNN|lb|kg|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| predecessor = 
| successor = 
| sp = us
}}
{{Infobox automobile
| name = 
| image = 
| caption = 
| type = 
| manufacturer = 
| aka = 
| production = 
| model_years = 
| assembly = 
| designer = 
| class = 
| body_style = 
| layout = 
| platform = 
| related = 
| engine = 
| transmission = 
| propulsion = 
| wheelbase = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| length = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} 
| width = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} 
| height = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} 
| weight = {{convert|NNN|-|NNNN|kg|lb|0|abbr=on}}
| predecessor = 
| successor = 
| sp = us
}}

British English[संपादन]

British English
Vehicles designed and marketed using metric measurements
British English
Vehicles designed and marketed using Imperial measurements
{{Infobox automobile
| name = 
| image = 
| caption = 
| type = 
| manufacturer = 
| aka = 
| production = 
| model_years = 
| assembly = 
| designer = 
| class = 
| body_style = 
| layout = 
| platform = 
| related = 
| engine = 
| transmission = 
| propulsion = 
| wheelbase = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| length = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| width = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| height = {{convert|NNNN|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| weight = {{convert|NNNN|-|NNNN|kg|lb|0|abbr=on}}
| predecessor = 
| successor = 
| sp = uk
}}
{{Infobox automobile
| name = 
| image = 
| caption = 
| type = 
| manufacturer = 
| aka = 
| production = 
| model_years = 
| assembly = 
| designer = 
| class = 
| body_style = 
| layout = 
| platform = 
| related = 
| engine = {{convert|NNNN|cuin|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| transmission = 
| propulsion = 
| wheelbase = {{convert|NNNN|in|mm|1|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| length = {{convert|NNNN|in|mm|1|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| width = {{convert|NNNN|in|mm|1|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| height = {{convert|NNNN|in|mm|1|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| weight = {{convert|NNNN|-|NNNN|lb|kg|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}
| predecessor = 
| successor = 
| sp = uk
}}

Electric and hybrid vehicles[संपादन]

| motor =
| drivetrain =
| battery =
| range =
| electric_range =
| charging =

Infobox parameters[संपादन]

Toyota XYZ
2007 Toyota Aurion Prodigy 06 (edit 5).jpg
2007 Toyota XYZ sedan
Overview
Manufacturer Toyota
Also called Toyota ZYX
Production August 2006 – May 2011
Model years 2007–2011
Assembly
Designer John Smith
Body and chassis
Class Mid-size
Body style 4-door sedan
5-door station wagon
Layout
Platform Toyota XYZ platform
Related Toyota 321
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
  • 5-speed Alpha manual
  • 6-speed Beta automatic
  • CVT Gamma automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase 2,766 मिमी (108.9 इंच)
Length
  • 4,643 मिमी (182.8 इंच) (sedan)
  • 4,668 मिमी (183.8 इंच) (wagon)
Width 1,806 मिमी (71.1 इंच)
Height
  • 1,410–1,425 मिमी (55.5–56.1 इंच) (sedan)
  • 1,427 मिमी (56.2 इंच) (wagon)
Curb weight
  • 1,628–1,703 किग्रा (3,589–3,754 पाउंड) (sedan)
  • 1,711–1,768 किग्रा (60,354–62,364 औंस) (wagon)
Chronology
Predecessor Toyota ABC
Successor Toyota 123
{{Infobox automobile
| name = Toyota XYZ
| image = 2007 Toyota Aurion Prodigy 06 (edit 5).jpg
| caption = 2007 Toyota XYZ sedan
| manufacturer = [[Toyota]]
| aka = Toyota ZYX
| production = August 2006 – May 2011
| model_years = 2007–2011
| assembly = {{ubl
  | Australia: [[Altona, Victoria]] ([[Toyota Australia|TMCA]])
  | Canada: [[Cambridge, Ontario]] ([[Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada|TMMC]])
  | United States: [[Fremont, California]] ([[NUMMI]])
  }}
| designer = John Smith
| class = [[Mid-size car|Mid-size]]
| body_style = 4-door [[sedan (automobile)|sedan]]<br />5-door [[station wagon]]
| layout = {{ubl
  | [[Front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout|Transverse front-engine, front-wheel drive]]
  | [[Front-engine, all-wheel-drive layout|Longitudinal front-engine, all-wheel drive]]
  }}
| platform = Toyota XYZ platform
| related = Toyota 321
| engine = {{ubl
  | 1.8 L ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] (gasoline)
  | 1.8 L ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] ([[hybrid electric vehicle|hybrid]] gasoline / electric)
  | 2.0 L ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] ([[supercharger|supercharged]] gasoline)
  | 3.0 L ''Zeta'' [[V6 engine|V6]] ([[turbocharger|turbocharged]] diesel) 
  }}
| transmission = {{ubl
  | 5-speed ''Alpha'' manual
  | 6-speed ''Beta'' automatic
  | [[continuously variable transmission|CVT]] ''Gamma'' automatic
  }}
| wheelbase = {{convert|2766|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| length = {{ubl
  | {{convert|4643|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (sedan)
  | {{convert|4668|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (wagon)
  }}
| width = {{convert|1806|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| height = {{ubl
  | {{convert|1410|-|1425|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (sedan)
  | {{convert|1427|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (wagon)
  }}
| weight = {{ubl
  | {{convert|1628|-|1703|kg|lb|0|abbr=on}} (sedan)
  | {{convert|1711|-|1768|kg|0|abbr=on}} (wagon)
  }}
| predecessor = Toyota ABC
| successor = Toyota 123
| sp = us
}}
Name
The name field states the brand and model name or brand and model series used in the original or primary market of the subject vehicle. The name appears at the top of the infobox outside the border. Generally, the data entered in this field will match the title of the article.
Examples:
| name = Cadillac ATS
| name = Honda Civic (first generation)
| name = BMW 3 Series (E90)
Image
The image field displays an image of the subject vehicle to display in the infobox. The image used in the Infobox must comply with the standards outlined in the images section of WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions. Use an image showing the front three-quarter view (the vehicle parked at an angle relative to the photographer so that the photo shows the front and side of the vehicle) preferably taken against a non-distracting background with appropriate lighting. Enter the image file name and file type extension only.
Examples:
| image = Cadillac ATS 2013.jpg
| image = civicgen1.jpg
| image = 2007 BMW E90 at LA Auto Show.jpg
Caption
The caption field describes the vehicle pictured in the image field above.
Examples:
| caption = 2013 Cadillac ATS
| caption = 1974 Honda Civic 5-door hatchback
| caption = 2007 BMW 328xi coupé
Type
Vehicle type (e.g. Omnibus, truck, etc.)
Manufacturer
The manufacturer field states the company, division, or subsidiary responsible for the vehicle's engineering and development, which is not necessarily the entity assembling or marketing the vehicle. Do not use this field to list assembly locations, assembly facility names or assembly company names; that data must be entered in the separate assembly field.
Examples:
| manufacturer = [[Cadillac]]
| manufacturer = [[Honda]]
| manufacturer = [[BMW]]
You may show the parent company of a given manufacturer in parentheses after the manufacturer entry, if applicable.
| manufacturer = [[Cadillac]] ([[General Motors]])
| manufacturer = [[Lexus]] ([[Toyota]])
| manufacturer = [[Škoda]] ([[Volkswagen Group|Volkswagen]])
AKA
The AKA (also known as) field lists vehicles that are essentially the same as the subject vehicle, but are sold in other countries under a different brand and/or model name. Vehicles listed in this field generally do not have their own dedicated article. Not to be confused with the related field as described in the notes section below.
Examples:
In the Ford Escape article:
| aka = [[Ford Kuga]]
Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries:
In the Buick Regal article:
| aka = {{ubl | Chevrolet Vectra | [[Opel Insignia]] | Vauxhall Insignia}}
Production
The production field states the date production started and the date production ended. Dates should be expressed in years (for example, 2001–2006) or in months and years (for example, April 2001 – November 2006). Full dates should not be used in the production field of the infobox (for example, 7 April 2001 – 16 November 2006); full dates can be stated in the body of the article.
If production started in any year prior to the current year and is still ongoing, 2008–present, et cetera, is the preferred style. However, 2019– is preferable to 2019–present while we are still in 2019.
Vehicles that have not yet entered production should state, 2021 (to commence).
For vehicles sold in North America where the use of model years is widespread, the model_years field of the infobox may be used in addition to production. See model years in this document for more information.
Examples:
| production = 2004–2011
| production = December 2004 – October 2011
| production = 2009–present
| production = 2019–
| production = 2021 (to commence)
Model years
The model year field specifies the model year designations under which the manufacturer marketed the subject vehicle. This designation is determined by the manufacturer using criteria unique to that manufacturer and may or may not correspond with the calendar year. Do not use months or half years.
2019– is preferable to 2019–present while we are still in 2019.
If the first model year is any year prior to the current year and sales of the model are ongoing, 2006–present, et cetera, is the preferred style.
Examples:
| model_years = 2019–
| model_years = 2010–present
| model_years = 1974–1979
Assembly
The assembly field states the country of manufacture first, followed by a colon, and then the exact location, such as the city or town followed by the state or province, if applicable. If the manufacturing or assembly facility has an official name, is a legally incorporated subsidiary, is a partnership, is a joint venture or is an independent third party contractor, list that information in parentheses after the location
Examples:
| assembly = Japan: [[Suzuka, Mie]]
| assembly = United States: [[Lansing, Michigan]] ([[Lansing Grand River Assembly]])
Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries:
| assembly = {{ubl | Germany: [[Rüsselsheim]] | Finland: [[Uusikaupunki]] ([[Valmet Automotive]]) | Canada: [[Cambridge, Ontario]] ([[Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada|TMMC]])}}
Designer
The designer field is used to record the name(s) of the vehicle's exterior designer(s).
Class
The class field states the class segment to which the subject vehicle belongs. See also the classification guidelines of WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions.
Example:
| class = [[Mid-size car|Mid-size]]
Body style
The body style field lists the different available body styles of the article subject. State the number of doors as a numeral and the body style. Note: station wagons, hatchbacks, etc, are given an extra door to signify their larger rear openings compared to coupés and sedans, etc.
Examples:
| body_style = 4-door [[sedan (automobile)|sedan]]
| body_style = {{ubl | 2-door [[pickup truck|pickup]] | 2-door [[coupé]] | 3-door [[hatchback]] | 4-door [[sedan (automobile)|sedan]] | 5-door [[station wagon]] }}
Layout
The layout field states subject vehicle's drivetrain / powertrain configuration. That is; whether the engine is mounted transversely or longitudinally, and then if it is mounted at the front, middle, or rear of the vehicle. Furthermore, the drive wheels need to be denoted; that is, front-, rear-, or four-wheel drive.
Examples:
| layout = [[Front-engine, front-wheel-drive layout|Transverse front-engine, front-wheel drive]]
| layout = {{ubl | ([[Front-engine, rear-wheel drive layout|Longitudinal front-engine, rear-wheel drive]]) | ([[Front-engine, four-wheel drive layout|Longitudinal front-engine, four-wheel drive]])}}
Platform
The platform field states the name of the platform, architecture or module upon which the subject vehicle is built. If the subject vehicle is not based on a platform, architecture or module, or if the manufacturer has not disclosed this information, leave this field blank.
Related
The related field lists similar vehicles that share considerable componentry with the subject vehicle. Do not list vehicles that merely share the same platform. Not to be confused with the aka field as described in the notes section below.
Engines
The engine field lists an engine's displacement, the engine name/code in italics, the cylinder arrangement and cylinder count, and then in parentheses, the type of forced induction (if applicable) and fuel type. Engine outputs and other data should be excluded. For fuel type, the terms "gasoline" (American English) or "petrol" (British English) should be used depending upon the spelling convention of the article.
The displacement should be written in liters (L) or cubic centimeters (cc) unless the engine was originally engineered, designated, and marketed in cubic inches (see below).
Examples in liters (L):
| engine = 0.8 L ''Alpha'' [[straight-three engine|I3]] (gasoline)
| engine = 1.8 L ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] (gasoline)
| engine = 1.8 L ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] ([[hybrid electric vehicle|hybrid]] gasoline)
| engine = 2.0 L ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] ([[supercharger|supercharged]] gasoline)
| engine = 3.0 L ''Zeta'' [[V6 engine|V6]] ([[turbocharger|turbocharged]] diesel)
Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries:
| engine = {{ubl | 2.0 L ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] ([[supercharger|supercharged]] gasoline) | 3.0 L ''Zeta'' [[V6 engine|V6]] ([[turbocharger|turbocharged]] diesel) }}
Cubic centimeters (cc) may be used where appropriate.
Examples in cubic centimeters (cc):
| engine = 789 cc ''Alpha'' [[straight-three engine|I3]] (gasoline)
| engine = 1,794 cc ''Delta'' [[inline-four engine|I4]] (gasoline)
Cubic inches (cu in) may be used if the engine was originally engineered, designated, and marketed in cubic inches. When working with cubic inches, use the convert template {{convert|NNN|cuin|L|0|abbr=on|order=flip}}. We abbreviate cubic inches using cu in rather than in3 or CID.
Example in cubic inches (cu in):
| engine = {{convert|350|cuin|0|abbr=on|order=flip}} ''Gamma'' [[V8 engine|V8]] (gasoline)
Motor
The motor field states the power output and type of electric motor(s) installed in the vehicle
Example:
| motor = Three-phase [[AC induction motor]]
Transmissions
The transmission field states the number of forward-propulsion gears, the transmission name/code in italics, and the transmission type. The number of forward-propulsion gears should be expressed numerically (for example: 5-speed), not alphabetically (for example: five-speed).
Examples:
| transmission = 5-speed ''Alpha'' manual
| transmission = 6-speed ''Beta'' automatic
| transmission = [[continuously variable transmission|CVT]] ''Gamma'' automatic
Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries:
|transmission = {{ubl | 6-speed ''[[Transmission Technologies Corporation|Tremec]] M3L TR-3160'' manual | 6-speed ''[[Hydramatic|Hydra-Matic]] 6L45'' automatic}}
Propulsion
For non-wheeled vehicles; e.g. "Track"
Drivetrain
The drivetrain field states what connects engines and motors to drive wheels. For compatibility with Template:Infobox automobile, you may continue to use transmission to describe multi-speed gearboxes (e.g. 6-speed manual).
Example:
| drivetrain = [[Hybrid vehicle drivetrain#Series hybrid|Series hybrid]]
Battery
The battery field states both the capacity and chemistry of the propulsion battery used in the vehicle. Do not include information about lead-acid, 12V batteries ("SLI" or "starting, lighting and ignition" batteries) typically used with internal combustion engines that may be present in a hybrid electric vehicle.
Example:
| battery = 60 or 85 [[kW·h]] [[lithium ion battery|lithium ion]]
Range
The range field states the maximum range of the vehicle, combining all available on-board fuel and power sources. State both the range and the applicable certifying body or test regimen, for example, the EPA or NEDC
Example:
| range = {{convert|379|mi}}{{nbsp}}[[FTP-75|EPA]]
| range = {{convert|366|mi}}{{nbsp}}[[New European Driving Cycle|NEDC]]
Electric range
The electric range field states the maximum range of the electric propulsion system, unassisted by any internal combustion engine that may be installed in the vehicle. State both the range and the applicable certifying body or test regimen, for example, the EPA or NEDC
Examples:
| range = {{ubl | {{convert|265|mi|abbr=on}}{{nbsp}}[[FTP-75|EPA]]
| range = {{ubl | 85 kW·h {{convert|265|mi|abbr=on}}{{nbsp}}[[FTP-75|EPA]], {{convert|300|mi|abbr=on}}{{nbsp}}Tesla Motors, {{convert|310|mi|abbr=on}}{{nbsp}}[[New European Driving Cycle|NEDC]] | 60 kW·h<br>{{convert|208|mi|abbr=on}}{{nbsp}}EPA {{convert|230|mi|abbr=on}}{{nbsp}}Tesla Motors {{convert|233|mi|abbr=on}}{{nbsp}}NEDC }}
Charging
The charging field states the type of plug-in connector (e.g. Chademo, SAEJ1772, IEC Type 2) and the vehicle's charging system limits (e.g. 50 kW DC)
Examples:
| charging = {{ubl | 11 kW 85-265 V onboard charger for 1ϕ 40A or 3ϕ 16A | Optional "Twin Charger" for 22 kW for 1ϕ 80A or 3ϕ 32A | Optional Supercharger for 100 kW DC offboard charging, adapters for domestic AC sockets (110-240V) }}
Dimensions and weight
The wheelbase, length, width, height and weight fields are used to state dimensions and weights. Dimensions and weight may be stated as a range, when appropriate. For example, for a particular body style, the base model with the small engine usually weighs the least, while the same body style with a bigger, optional engine usually weighs more. If this is the case, the infobox shows the lowest weight and highest weight for a particular body style as a range. Moreover, different trim levels may be fitted with different bumpers, and this, among other reasons may contribute to different exterior dimensions that should likewise be expressed as a range.
Do list separate data for each body style (coupé, sedan, station wagon, etc), but do not list separate data for each trim or option level. Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries:
Examples:
| wheelbase = {{convert|2766|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| length = {{convert|4643|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| width = {{convert|1806|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| height = {{convert|1410|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}
| weight = {{convert|1628|-|1703|kg|lb|0|abbr=on}}
OR
| wheelbase = {{ubl | {{convert|2766|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (sedan) | {{convert|2766|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (wagon) }}
| length = {{ubl | {{convert|4643|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (sedan) | {{convert|4668|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (wagon) }}
| width = {{ubl | {{convert|1806|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (sedan) | {{convert|1806|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (wagon) }}
| height = {{ubl | {{convert|1410|-|1425|mm|in|1|abbr=on}} (sedan) | {{convert|1425|in|1|mm|abbr=on}} (wagon) }}
| weight = {{ubl | {{convert|1628|-|1703|kg|lb|0|abbr=on}} (sedan) | {{convert|1711|-|1768|kg|0|abbr=on}} (wagon) }}
module
Allows other templates to be embedded
Predecessor
The predecessor field states the manufacturer and model name of the vehicle that the subject vehicle replaced, if applicable. Wikilink the entry as appropriate.
Successor
The successor field states the manufacturer and model name of the vehicle that replaced the subject vehicle, if applicable. Wikilink the entry as appropriate.
Sp
The sp field controls the display spelling of the curb weight / kerb weight parameter in the infobox to match the spelling convention of the article.
Enter us for American English (default); enter uk for British English.

Notes[संपादन]

  • Aka versus related: aka is intended for alternate names such as the name give in other countries markets, where the subject vehicle is offered under a different brand and/or model name. Vehicles listed the AKA field typically do not have their own articles, instead redirecting to the original article. Related is intended for listing similar vehicles that share considerable componentry (but beyond mere platform sharing). Vehicles in the related field usually have their own articles.

Microformat[संपादन]

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If the product has a URL, use {{URL}} to include it.

Classes used

The HTML classes this microformat uses include:

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  • category
  • description
  • fn
  • hproduct
  • identifier
  • listing
  • photo
  • price
  • review
  • type
  • url
  • value
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TemplateData[संपादन]

This is the TemplateData documentation for this template used by VisualEditor and other tools.

TemplateData for Infobox automobile

This template is used in articles about motor vehicles including, but not necessarily limited to, cars, buses and trucks.

Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Namename

The name field states the brand and model name or brand and model series used in the original or primary market of the subject vehicle. The name appears at the top of the infobox outside the border. Generally, the data entered in this field will match the title of the article.

Lineoptional
Imageimage

The image field displays an image of the subject vehicle to display in the infobox. The image used in the Infobox must comply with the standards outlined in the images section of WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions. Use an image showing the front three-quarter view (the vehicle parked at an angle relative to the photographer so that the photo shows the front and side of the vehicle) preferably taken against a non-distracting background with appropriate lighting. Enter the image file name and file type extension only.

Lineoptional
Image sizeimage_size

Image size.

Lineoptional
Alt Text for Imagealt

Alt text for people who cannot see the image.

Stringoptional
Interior Imageinteriorimage

Image of the auto's interior.

Lineoptional
Captioncaption

The caption field describes the vehicle pictured in the Image field above.

Stringoptional
Interior Image Alt Textinterioralt

Alt text for the interior image.

Stringoptional
Caption for Interiorinteriorcaption

Image caption for Interior

Stringoptional
Typetype

Type of vehicle, e.g. omnibus, truck, etc.

Lineoptional
Manufacturermanufacturer

The manufacturer field states the company, division, or subsidiary responsible for the vehicle's engineering and development, which is not necessarily the entity assembling or marketing the vehicle. Do not use this field to list assembly locations, assembly facility names or assembly company names; that data must be entered in the separate Assembly field. You may show the parent company of a given manufacturer in parentheses after the manufacturer entry, if applicable.

Lineoptional
Also Known Asaka

The AKA (also known as) field lists vehicles that are essentially the same as the subject vehicle, but are sold in other countries under a different brand and/or model name. Vehicles listed in this field generally do not have their own dedicated article. Not to be confused with the Related field.

Stringoptional
Production Dateproduction

The production field states the date production started and the date production ended. Dates should be expressed in years (for example, 2001–2006) or in months and years (for example, April 2001 – November 2006). Full dates should not be used in the production field of the infobox (for example, 7 April 2001 – 16 November 2006); full dates can be stated in the body of the article. If production started in any year prior to the current year and is still ongoing, 2008–present, et cetera, is the preferred style. However, 2013– is preferable to 2013–present while we are still in 2013. Vehicles that have not yet entered production should state, 2015 (to commence).

Lineoptional
Model Yearsmodel_years

The model year field specifies the model year designations under which the manufacturer marketed the subject vehicle. This designation is determined by the manufacturer using criteria unique to that manufacturer and may or may not correspond with the calendar year. Do not use months or half years. 2013– is preferable to 2013–present while we are still in 2013. If the first model year is any year prior to the current year and sales of the model are ongoing, 2006–present, et cetera, is the preferred style.

Lineoptional
Assemblyassembly

The assembly field states the country of manufacture first, followed by a colon, and then the exact location, such as the city or town followed by the state or province, if applicable. If the manufacturing or assembly facility has an official name, is a legally incorporated subsidiary, is a partnership, is a joint venture or is an independent third party contractor, list that information in parentheses after the location. Use the unbulleted list template ({{ubl}}) to display multiple entries.

Stringoptional
Factoryfactory

Factory of manufacture.

Lineoptional
Designerdesigner

The designer field is used to record the name(s) of the vehicle's exterior designer(s).

Stringoptional
Classclass

The class field states the class segment to which the subject vehicle belongs. See also the classification guidelines of WikiProject Automobiles/Conventions.

Lineoptional
Body stylebody_style

The body style field lists the different available body styles of the article subject. State the number of doors as a numeral and the body style. Note: station wagons, hatchbacks, etc, are given an extra door to signify their larger rear openings compared to coupés and sedans, etc.

Stringoptional
Platformplatform

The platform field states the name of the platform, architecture or module upon which the subject vehicle is built. If the subject vehicle is not based on a platform, architecture or module, or if the manufacturer has not disclosed this information, leave this field blank.

Lineoptional
Floor Typefloortype

Floor type.

Stringoptional
Chassis Typechassis

Chassis type.

Stringoptional
Related Vehiclesrelated

The related field lists similar vehicles that share considerable componentry with the subject vehicle. Do not list vehicles that merely share the same platform. Not to be confused with the AKA field.

Stringoptional
Layoutlayout

The layout field states subject vehicle's drivetrain / powertrain configuration. That is; whether the engine is mounted transversely or longitudinally, and then if it is mounted at the front, middle, or rear of the vehicle. Furthermore, the drive wheels need to be denoted; that is, front-, rear-, or four-wheel drive.

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Enginesengine

The engine field lists an engine's displacement, the engine name/code in italics, the cylinder arrangement and cylinder count, and then in parentheses, the type of forced induction (if applicable) and fuel type. Engine outputs and other data should be excluded. For fuel type, the terms "gasoline" (American English) or "petrol" (British English) should be used depending upon the spelling convention of the article. The displacement should be written in liters (L) or cubic centimeters (cc) unless the engine was originally engineered, designated, and marketed in cubic inches (see below).

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Motormotor

The motor field states the power output and type of electric motor(s) installed in the vehicle

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Power Outputpowerout Power

Power output of drivetrain.

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Transmissiontransmission

The transmission field states the number of forward-propulsion gears, the transmission name/code in italics, and the transmission type. The number of forward-propulsion gears should be expressed numerically (for example: 5-speed), not alphabetically (for example: five-speed).

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Propulsionpropulsion

For non-wheeled vehicles, e.g. 'Tracks'

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Drivetraindrivetrain

The drivetrain field states what connects engines and motors to drive wheels. For compatibility with Template:Infobox automobile, you may continue to use transmission to describe multi-speed gearboxes (e.g. 6-speed manual).

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Batterybattery

The battery field states both the capacity and chemistry of the propulsion battery used in the vehicle. Do not include information about lead-acid, 12V batteries ("SLI" or "starting, lighting and ignition" batteries) typically used with internal combustion engines that may be present in a hybrid electric vehicle.

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Rangerange

The range field states the maximum range of the vehicle, combining all available on-board fuel and power sources. State both the range and the applicable certifying body or test regimen, for example, the EPA or NEDC

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Electric rangeelectric_range

The electric range field states the maximum range of the electric propulsion system, unassisted by any internal combustion engine that may be installed in the vehicle. State both the range and the applicable certifying body or test regimen, for example, the EPA or NEDC

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Chargingcharging

The charging field states the type of plug-in connector (e.g. Chademo, SAEJ1772, IEC Type 2) and the vehicle's charging system limits (e.g. 50 kW DC)

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Wheelbasewheelbase

Wheelbase of vehicle; may be stated as a range, when appropriate. Do list separate data for each body style (coupé, sedan, station wagon, etc), but do not list separate data for each trim or option level. Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries. Example entry: {{convert|2766|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}

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Lengthlength

Length of vehicle; may be stated as a range, when appropriate. Do list separate data for each body style (coupé, sedan, station wagon, etc), but do not list separate data for each trim or option level. Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries. Example entry: {{convert|4643|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}

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Widthwidth

Width of vehicle; may be stated as a range, when appropriate. Do list separate data for each body style (coupé, sedan, station wagon, etc), but do not list separate data for each trim or option level. Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries. Example entry: {{convert|1806|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}

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Heightheight

Height of vehicle; may be stated as a range, when appropriate. Do list separate data for each body style (coupé, sedan, station wagon, etc), but do not list separate data for each trim or option level. Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries. Example entry: {{convert|1410|mm|in|1|abbr=on}}

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Weightweight

Weight of vehicle; may be stated as a range, when appropriate. Do list separate data for each body style (coupé, sedan, station wagon, etc), but do not list separate data for each trim or option level. Use the unbulleted list template to display multiple entries. Example entry: {{convert|1628|-|1703|kg|lb|0|abbr=on}}

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Display Spelling Stylesp

The sp field controls the display spelling of the curb weight / kerb weight parameter in the infobox to match the spelling convention of the article. Enter us for American English (default); enter uk for British English.

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us
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Predecessorpredecessor

The predecessor field states the manufacturer and model name of the vehicle that the subject vehicle replaced, if applicable. Wikilink the entry as appropriate.

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Successorsuccessor

The successor field states the manufacturer and model name of the vehicle that replaced the subject vehicle, if applicable. Wikilink the entry as appropriate.

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Replacedreplaced

Is this vehicle replaced? (if no, leave empty)

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Year of Constructionyearconstruction

Years this vehicle was produced.

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Operatoroperator

Entity that operated the vehicle.

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Number of Doorsdoors

Number of doors.

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Powertrain Capacitycapacity

Powertrain capacity.

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