|Factory-fitted executive style!
The Inbuilt Sunroof is an internal sliding sunroof with the panel sliding open neatly between the vehicles roof and headlining. The universal large integrated slide and tilt Sunroof in either electric or electronic (One-touch control) drive options.
|Maximum opening to provide more fresh air!
Pop-up sunroofs are manually operated tilting glass panels which are removable. This range is available with either easy-to-use rotary handle for infinitely variable settings, or hinged latch handle with three different tilt settings.
|Open for more freedom!
Spoiler tilt-&-slide Sunroofs, tilt and slide open rearward above the vehicles roof. This versatile range of Spoiler Sunroofs is available in Manual, Electric and Electronic (One-touch control) drive options.
|Featuring three panels in one gigantic panorama roof this sunroof lends an elegant and sporty look to any car and conveys a real light and open-air feeling inside. The panels can be configured and combined to suit driving conditions and preferences. Options include elegant or sporty design, both front and rear panorama roof sections tilt and slide. One-touch electronic operation, the Panoramic model includes, anti-trap, 2-position comfort settings and auto-close with integrated sliding sunblinds.
||With its extra-large glass panel this sunroof is a real head-turner. Its two glass panels, the rear being fixed and the front able to slide forwards and backwards, form a huge panoramic roof that affords maximum light and fresh air into the passenger compartment. With one-touch electronic operation, FreeDome includes anti-trap, 2-position comfort settings and auto-close with integrated sliding sunblinds.
||The exhilarating folding fabric sunroof offers an aperture that resembles convertible, open-top, motoring but with the convenience and practicality of a sunroof. Available in manual or electronic, push-button operation, some versions include anti-trap and have 2-position comfort settings. This sunroof can be opened to any position up to its maximum aperture.