Global Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs



This study focuses on various weight reduction concepts and strategies followed by the OEMs.
Geographical Scope: Global – North America, Europe, Asia Pacific
Market Forecast: The study period will be from 2002 – 2015. 2008 is the base year and 2009 – 2015 is the forecast period
System Definition:
Powertrain – Engine (including starter/alternator, cooling and exhaust system) and transmission (clutch, gearbox and shifter)
Chassis – Suspension, steering, braking, driveline (drive shaft, axle, and differential), wheels (including tires)
Vehicle Body – Body In White and Material composition.
Interior and Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning – Seats, trims, glass, cockpit and HVAC.

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Table of Contents

Global Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Executive SummarySummary of Key FindingsTop Strategic Fact SheetMethods Towards Weight ReductionVehicle Weight Reduction PotentialKey Weight Reduction TechniquesLegislations Influencing Weight ReductionVehicle Weight Band - EuropeVehicle Weight Band - The United StatesKey Weight Reduction Techniques vs. Cost differenceUse of Aluminium in the CarUse of Plastics in the car – Trend by Application AreaDecision Making Structure for Weight ReductionKey ConclusionGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Vehicle Weight Reduction - Industry Challenges; Market Drivers and Restraints and LegislationWeight Reduction - Industry Challenges; Market Drivers and Restraints and LegislationIndustry ChallengesMarket Drivers and Restraints LegislationGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Analysis and Forecasts of Weight Reduction in the Automotive Body In White (BIW)BIWBIW – An OverviewBIW: Multi-material Concept BIW: Steel Versus AluminiumBIW: OEM – Willingness to PayMaterials and AdhesivesAutomotive Structural AdhesivesUse of Aluminium in the CarUse of Composite and Plastic in the CarCase StudiesCase Study 2: Weight Reduction in Front-End Modules Case Study 3: AerodynamicsGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Analysis and Forecasts of Weight Reduction in the Automotive Powertrain Modules and SystemsWeight Reduction – PowertrainLightweight Trends in TransmissionsEngine DownsizingGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Analysis and Forecasts of Weight Reduction in the Automotive Chassis Modules and SystemsWeight Reduction – ChassisBrakingSuspensionSteeringGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Analysis and Forecasts of Weight Reduction in the Automotive Interior Modules and SystemsWeight Reduction – InteriorSeatsGlazingDoors and CockpitHVACGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Weight Reduction Concepts and ExamplesWeight Reduction - Case Studies and ExamplesElectric Corner ModuleGordon Murray’s T.25 Concept Audi Aluminum Space FrameMercedes C ClassMazda 2Volkswagen 1 Litre Concept CarBMW 7 SeriesGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Weight Reduction – Strategies of Major OEMsOEM ProfileFordHyundaiNissanFiatDaimlerBMWToyotaGeneral Motors Global Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Weight Reduction – Voice of the ConsumersWeight Reduction – Voice of the ConsumersConsumer Engineering Survey – Key ConclusionPerception of Environment SustainabilityPerception on Vehicle EmissionPerception on Engine DownsizingPerception on Fuel EconomyGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , Key Findings and ConclusionFindings and ConclusionWeight Reduction Forecasts (Europe and The United States)Vehicle Weight Reduction vs. CO2 Emission (Europe)Vehicle Weight Band (Europe)Vehicle Weight Band (The United States)Decision Making Structure for Weight ReductionValue Chain Analysis of OEMs Decision Making on Supplier Selection for PlasticsConclusionGlobal Analysis of Weight Reduction Strategies of Major OEMs , About Frost & SullivanAbout Frost & SullivanAbout Frost & Sullivan




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