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The study provides region-wise analysis of powertrain technologies, key highlights from the powertrain industry in 2015, and the key trends to look ahead in 2016. Major markets covered are European Union, North and South America, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Turkey, and ASEAN. Technologies such as engine downsizing, direct injection, turbocharging, after-treatment systems, diesel engines, hybrid, and battery electric and fuel cell powertrains have also been discussed in detail. New vehicle, engine, and transmission launches for 2015–2016 have been discussed. The study concludes with strategic recommendations for market participants on new testing procedures, diesel investments, alternative propulsion tec

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Executive Summary2015 Key Highlights2015–2016 Powertrain Industry—Top-of-Mind IssuesTop Powertrain and Electric Vehicle Predictions for 2016Research Scope and SegmentationResearch ScopeVehicle SegmentationMarket OverviewGlobal Crude Oil Price Trend & Regional ImpactKey Highlights of 2015—Region-wiseKey Highlights of 2015—Region-wise (continued)Global Powertrain Mix—Unit Shipment by Region SnapshotEngine Displacement of Top Produced Segments by CountryKey 2016 Powertrain Market TrendsPowertrain Split by Propulsion Type—Unit ShipmentPowertrain Technology Development—OEM FocusMarket Breakdown by Segment and Propulsion Types’ GrowthImpact to Regulatory Framework due to Emission ScandalRegional Strategy for Testing ProceduresVW Crisis—Push towards Electric VehiclesEurope Powertrain OutlookEurope—Unit Production ForecastEurope—Passenger Cars Unit Shipment Trend, Diesel vs. GasolineNorth America Powertrain OutlookNorth America—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and OEMNorth America—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and SegmentChina Powertrain OutlookChina—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and Transmission TypeChina—Key Technology Adoption Outlook, 2020Emission StandardsEmission Standards—Supply Plan of China V GasolineJapan Powertrain OutlookJapan—Unit Sales Forecast by OEM and PropulsionJapan—Unit Production Forecast by SegmentBrazil Powertrain OutlookBrazil—Unit Production Forecast by OEM and Powertrain MixBrazil—Unit Production Forecast by Fuel Type and Vehicle SegmentIndia Powertrain OutlookIndia—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and OEMIndia—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and Vehicle SegmentSouth Korea Powertrain OutlookSouth Korea—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEM & Powertrain MixSouth Korea—Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle Segment and Powertrain MixTurkey and ASEAN Powertrain OutlookTurkey—Unit Shipment by OEM and PropulsionTurkey—Unit Shipment by Segment and PropulsionASEAN—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix2016 Select Technology OutlookGlobal Powertrain Focus Areas in 2016—Engine OutlookGlobal Powertrain Focus Areas in 2016—Engine Outlook (continued)Global Powertrain Focus Areas in 2016—Transmission OutlookCloser Look at Engine Lightweighting—Construction & OpportunitiesPowertrain Technology Update—Gasoline BoostingGDI Unit Production Forecast by RegionSCR Unit Production Forecast—Key Regions, OEM Split for 2016EV Sales by OEM—2015 Vs. 2016PHEV and EV SalesFuel Cell VehiclesTransmission Unit Production Forecast by Type and SegmentHigh-speed Transmissions—Unit Shipment Forecast by Region and Technology2015–2016 Key Powertrain and Vehicle Launches to WatchKey 2015–2016 Market Introductions—EnginesKey 2015–2016 Market Introductions—Engines (continued)Key 2015–2016 Market Introductions—Engines (continued)Key 2015–2016 Market Introductions—TransmissionsKey 2015–2016 Market Introductions—Transmissions (continued)Key 2015–2016 Market Introductions—Hybrids & EVsKey 2015–2016 Market Introductions—Hybrids & Evs (continued)Key 2015–2016 Market Introductions—Hydrogen-fuelled VehicleConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and 2016 OutlookAppendixComparison of FE/GHG Standards—Passenger CarsTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Legal DisclaimerMarket Engineering Methodology

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