• A rear differential with an integrated coupling component has been adopted, reducing size and weight.
• An aluminum differential carrier has been adopted, reducing weight.
• Ball bearings have been adopted for bearings with relatively small loads, and tandem ball bearings have been adopted for the drive pinion bearing which has a large load applied to it.
• The load applied to the bearing is dispersed by adopting tandem ball bearings, and while having the same load capacity of taper roller bearings, they reduce rolling resistance and improve fuel economy.
• There is a difference between the final gear ratio of the transfer and the final gear ratio of the rear differential. Due to this, improved responsiveness of the drive force to the rear wheels has been realized.