Global Market Analysis for High-Speed (8/9/10) Transmissions

Fuel Economy Norms and Regional Market Dynamics to Boost Global Volumes to Over 13 million by 2020

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Global automotive stakeholders play a strong role in improving fuel efficiency and enhancing performance, which advanced transmission technologies can provide. This research service provides an in-depth analysis of the global market for high-speed (8-, 9- and 10-speed) transmissions, focusing primarily on AT and DCT. It discusses the technology and market drivers/challenges, unit shipment forecasts, market share analysis, competitive landscape, forecasts by OEM/region/vehicle segment, and provides scenario analysis and OEM/supplier profiles and key conclusions up to 2020.

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Analysis of the Global High-Speed Transmission MarketIntroductionTitle Research Team and Table of ContentsExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary and Market Engineering MeasurementsResearch Scope Objective Methodology and BackgroundResearch ScopeDefinitions and SegmentationSegmentation and DefinitionsMarket OverviewOverviewMega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsOverviewTotal High Speed Transmission MarketMarket DynamicsEurope BreakdownOverviewNorth America BreakdownOverviewAsia (China and Japan) BreakdownOverviewGlobal High Speed Transmission Market – OEM ProfilesOEM ProfilesSupplier ProfilesSupplier OutlookConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last WordAppendixAdditional Information




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