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  • noun automotive The vertical support dividing a car's rear windscreen from its rear window (where the car has a central side window between the front and rear side windows; see C-pillar).

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Examples

  • Wide A-pillars, high beltline, and D-pillar with small windows make visibility poor. ""

    From the Logbook - 2010 Cadillac SRX

  • "Wide A-pillars, high beltline, and D-pillar with small windows make visibility poor."

    From the Logbook - 2010 Cadillac SRX

  • Subaru spokesman Dominick Infante says the Tribeca's third row sits near a cushioned D-pillar the one that flanks the SUV's tailgate for head protection.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Subaru spokesman Dominick Infante says the Tribeca's third row sits near a cushioned D-pillar the one that flanks the SUV's tailgate for head protection.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • The seamless sweep of the Mulsanne's roof, rear wing and boot can only be achieved by crafting a hand-brazed seam midway down the D-pillar, a task still best performed with 'hand and eye' by Bentley's award-winning craftsmen.

    Automotive Headlines

  • The seamless sweep of the Mulsanne's roof, rear wing and boot can only be achieved by crafting a hand-brazed seam midway down the D-pillar, a task still best performed with 'hand and eye' by Bentley's award-winning craftsmen.

    Automotive Headlines

  • D-pillar compliments the redesigned LED taillamps and subtle crease over the rear-mounted

    Autoblog

  • This newest CR-V still has the same Outback-aping lower cladding and controversially curved D-pillar in profile, but the rear bumper gets a bit of liposculpturing to differentiate it from the '09.

    Autoblog

  • The styling appears more standard on the sides and out back, although BMW is sure to redesign the D-pillar and fit new LED taillamps inspired by the rest of the range.

    Autoblog

  • We even genuinely like the odd D-pillar that is thicker at the top than where it meets the body.

    Top Speed

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