European Automotive HVAC Growth Opportunities

European Automotive HVAC Growth Opportunities

Trend Toward Personalization and Customized Controls to Meet Different Passenger Needs in the Vehicle Shaping Future Automotive HVAC Development

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21-Jul-2022
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Passenger cars have included HVAC systems since the second half of the past century. The United States produced the first car with air conditioning in the 1960s. Initially, the HVAC system was a premium feature. However, in most European countries, HVAC systems have become a standard feature in automobiles.

There are two types of HVAC systems: manual and automatic. Manual HVAC systems are rudimentary, with knobs to adjust the airflow to the desired level, while automatic HVAC systems maintain the desired temperature within the cabin by adjusting airflow based on the preset temperature by the passengers. Automatic systems also have the option to divide the cabin into zones and set different temperatures for individual zones based on the preferences of each passenger. In battery electric vehicles (BEVs), HVAC systems have higher importance owing to the additional heat that the electrical components generate.

This study provides an overview of the automotive HVAC industry in Europe and discusses the impact of various trends on the growth and deployment strategies of OEMs and suppliers in the market. It also analyzes crucial aspects of the market, the types of HVAC systems, market trends and forecasts, and industry growth opportunities.

Key Issues Addressed

How will the HVAC market grow by 2030?

How will the penetration of multi-zone climate control systems change?

What is the penetration of multi-zone climate control systems across OEMs?

What are the emerging trends in BEVs from an HVAC systems perspective? 

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Automotive Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Segmentation

Segmentation (continued)

Key Competitors

Growth Metrics

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Forecast Assumptions

Revenue and Unit Shipment Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Product

Unit Shipment Forecast by Product

Penetration by Segmentation

Revenue Forecast Analysis

Pricing Trends

Competitive Environment

Growth Metrics

Revenue and Unit Shipment Forecast

Forecast Analysis

Growth Metrics

Revenue and Unit Shipment Forecast

Revenue Forecast by Product Type

Unit Shipment Forecast by Product Type

Forecast Analysis

Automotive HVAC: Evolution

Automotive HVAC: Components

Automotive HVAC: Components (continued)

Impact of CASE on Automotive HVAC

HVAC Systems in BEVs

BMW Group

Daimler Group

Geely Group

Hyundai Group

Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Group

Stellantis Group

Volkswagen Group

Valeo

Mahle-Behr and Behr-Hella

Hanon

Denso

Main Findings

Growth Opportunity 1: OEMs Push Increased Adoption of Automatic HVAC Systems for Passenger Comfort and Convenience

Growth Opportunity 1: OEMs Push Increased Adoption of Automatic HVAC Systems for Passenger Comfort and Convenience (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Integration of Heat Pumps in BEV HVAC Systems to Improve Vehicle Range

Growth Opportunity 2: Integration of Heat Pumps in BEV HVAC Systems to Improve Vehicle Range (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Integration of Personalization Features in HVAC to Increase Passenger Comfort

Growth Opportunity 3: Integration of Personalization Features in HVAC to Increase Passenger Comfort (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

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Passenger cars have included HVAC systems since the second half of the past century. The United States produced the first car with air conditioning in the 1960s. Initially, the HVAC system was a premium feature. However, in most European countries, HVAC systems have become a standard feature in automobiles. There are two types of HVAC systems: manual and automatic. Manual HVAC systems are rudimentary, with knobs to adjust the airflow to the desired level, while automatic HVAC systems maintain the desired temperature within the cabin by adjusting airflow based on the preset temperature by the passengers. Automatic systems also have the option to divide the cabin into zones and set different temperatures for individual zones based on the preferences of each passenger. In battery electric vehicles (BEVs), HVAC systems have higher importance owing to the additional heat that the electrical components generate. This study provides an overview of the automotive HVAC industry in Europe and discusses the impact of various trends on the growth and deployment strategies of OEMs and suppliers in the market. It also analyzes crucial aspects of the market, the types of HVAC systems, market trends and forecasts, and industry growth opportunities.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

How will the HVAC market grow by 2030

How will the penetration of multi-zone climate control systems change

What is the penetration of multi-zone climate control systems across OEMs

What are the emerging trends in BEVs from an HVAC systems perspective 

More Information
Author Thirumalai Narasimhan
Industries Automotive
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WIP Number PD0F-01-00-00-00