Unibody meaning

yo͝onəbädē
Designating or of a type of construction used in motor vehicles in which the floor, roof, panels, etc. are welded together into one unit, thereby eliminating the need for a separate frame.
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The definition of unibody is a type of motor vehicle construction where a single entity or a single molded unit forms a car's body work and chassis.

The molded frame of a hot rod is an example of a unibody construction.

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(uncountable, automotive) An automobile construction technique in which the body is integrated into a single unit with the chassis rather than having a separate body-on-frame.
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(countable, automotive) A body of this type.
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(countable, uncountable) A shell that is the principal source of structural strength of an object; also, its design and construction.
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