Global Powertrain Outlook 2015

Gasoline Technologies to Step up, EVs to Grow, and Fuel Cells to Re-emerge

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Global Powertrain Outlook Study for 2015 captures key powertrain technology trends across key markets around the globe. Key technologies and markets to watch out for in 2015 are discussed. Key highlights of 2014 for Europe, North America, Brazil, Japan, South Korea, and India have been explained. Emission control measures and their stringency in different markets have been studied to understand the bearing that they will have on powertrains. Outlook for gasoline direct injection and high-speed transmissions have been projected for 2015. Key technologies and trends in gasoline, diesel, and alternative propulsion systems have been comprehensively discussed. Frost and Sullivan's key predictions for 2014 have been

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Executive SummaryKey Findings of the StudyKey Highlights of 2014 Key Highlights of 2014 (continued)2014 Global Powertrain Market in Perspective—Actuals vs. ForecastGlobal Powertrain Mix—Unit Shipment by Region SnapshotKey 2015 Powertrain Market TrendsMarket Breakdown by Segment and Propulsion TypePowertrain Technology Development—OEM FocusGlobal Powertrain Split by Propulsion Type—Unit Shipment 2013–2015Key Powertrain Technologies and Trends to WatchTop Predictions for 2015Top Predictions for 2015 (continued)Research Scope and SegmentationResearch ScopeVehicle SegmentationRegional Powertrain OutlookEurope—Unit Production ForecastEurope—Unit Shipment Forecast Europe—Emissions Risk Level Mapping, 2014 ScenarioEurope—Emissions Risk Level Mapping, 2020 OutlookEurope—Unit Shipment Trend, Diesel vs. Gasoline North America—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and OEM North America—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and Vehicle Segment North America—Emission Risk Mapping: USNorth America—Emission Risk Mapping: US (continued)China—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain MixChina—Key Technology Adoption Outlook, 2020Japan—Unit Production Forecast by OEM and PropulsionJapan—Unit Production Forecast by SegmentSouth Korea—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEM & Powertrain Mix South Korea—Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle Segment and Powertrain Mix South Korea—Powertrain Impact Measure—ICE and ElectricsIndia—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and OEMIndia—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix and Vehicle Segment India—Diesel vs. Gasoline—Retrospection and PredictionBrazil—Unit Production Forecast by OEM and Powertrain MixBrazil—Unit Production Forecast by Fuel Type and Vehicle SegmentBrazil—Impact Measure and Outlook, 2015–2020 Turkey—Unit Shipment by OEM and PropulsionTurkey—Unit Shipment by Segment and PropulsionASEAN—Unit Shipment Forecast by Powertrain Mix Emission Control Strategies—Overview Long TermGlobal Comparison of Fuel Economy/GHG Standards—Passenger CarsGlobal Comparison Powertrain Technology FocusCountry-level Impact Analysis, 2015–2020Country-level Impact Analysis, 2015–2020 (continued)Country-level Impact Analysis, 2015–2020 (continued)Country-level Impact Analysis, 2015–2020 (continued)Country-level Impact Analysis, 2015–2020 (continued)Country-level Impact Analysis, 2015–2020 (continued)2015 Select Technology OutlookGlobal Powertrain Focus Areas in 2015—Engine OutlookGlobal Powertrain Focus Areas in 2015—Transmission OutlookPowertrain Technology Update—LightweightingPowertrain Technology Update—Gasoline BoostingGDI Unit Production Forecast by RegionSCR Unit Production Forecast—Key Regions, OEM Split for 2015Growth Outlook—Mild Hybrids—Europe and North America, 2013–2015Global EV Unit Shipments—Growth Outlook, 2013–2015Technology Challenges—EV BatteriesE-motors uptake snapshot—Breakdown by RegionSales by Region—Fuel Cell Vehicle OutlookTransmission Unit Production Forecast by Type and SegmentHigh-speed Transmissions—Unit Shipment Forecast by Region and TechnologyOEM High-speed Transmission Introduction Strategies, 2015–2016 Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and 2015 OutlookAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Legal DisclaimerMarket Engineering Methodology

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