Increasing pressure on reducing emissions and enhancing fuel economy are amongst key factors that are changing the mobility landscape. It is driving OEMs to look beyond their ecosystem and disrupt traditional chains by adopting altered powertrain strategies, invest in green technologies such as powertrain electrification, mass market conceptual technologies introduce never seen product mix and utilize innovative business models.
Frost & Sullivan analyses opportunities in a chain of sustainable, efficient powertrain technologies as the industry is moving towards novel ways of CO2-neutral mobility for the future.
Frost & Sullivan’s Global Automotive Powertrain and Electric Vehicle program area takes a 360-view of the industry, examining and analyzing product, geographic, technological, and business trends covering the entirety of the market. Key areas that the program explores are:
· Mega Trends and Emission Regulations driving change in powertrain technology adoption
· Emission Reduction & Fuel-efficient Gasoline and Diesel Engine Technology trends (downsizing, turbocharging, powertrain lightweighting, direct injection, VVT, SCR, GPF, LNT, cylinder deactivation, GPF, etc)
· Drivetrain and Transmission Technology trends
· Trends within electrification of powertrain (48V mild hybrid systems, full hybrids, battery electric cars, plug in electric cars, fuel cell cars)
· Electric vehicle technology research – Battery, motors, charging infrastructure, etc
· Issue based research such as emission testing procedures, EV related innovative business model research and so on
· End consumer attitudes and perception of gasoline, diesel, hybrids, EVs and other powertrain technologies
We work closely with leading automotive OEMs, suppliers and technology firms to help them find the opportunities in this sea of change. Our holistic yet substantial research services enable us to stay at the forefront of change in this dynamic market, and enable our clients to achieve the same.
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08 May 2020  |  North America
Diesel’s Share to Continue Decline to Less Than 30% in Europe; EVs Expected to Grow by 3.4% and Hybrids to Decrease by 2.3%; Covid-19 to Bring Global Sales Down by 14.2%
This research service provides an in-depth analysis of powertrain technologies and the strategic imperatives of upcoming diesel and gasoline technologies, technology roadmaps, and technology advancements. The study highlights current and future product plans of various manufacturers and their growth potential. It also covers the impact of Covid-19 ...
15 Jun 2020  |  North America
Ultra-fast Charging will be the Future for Luxury EVs
The study aims to analyze the trends in the electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure, exclusively focusing on direct current (DC) charging, and summarize the highlights of the market. This research service provides a strategic analysis of the EV DC charging market in China, Europe, and the United States. The EV charging infrastructure market ...
30 Jun 2020  |  North America
Integration of Power Components for Modular and Flexi-Electric-Vehicle Platforms to be Key Focus Until 2025
The global power electronics market is expected to multiply by 2025 with the rising demand for electric & hybrid vehicles. OEMs across the globe are looking at EV and HEVs as viable solutions in order to comply with the evolving stringent emission & fuel regulations. Power electronics play a huge important role in defining the efficiency, safety an...
28 Aug 2020  |  North America
Strategic Collaborations Towards Technology Development Transforming The Global Fuel Cell Vehicles Market, 2020–2030
Establishing a Robust Refuelling Infrastructure and Lowering the Cost of H2 Production to Drive Growth Opportunities
The automotive industry is rapidly evolving in terms of technology as well as tackling environmental issues. Electric vehicles (EVs) have been introduced as a clean energy initiative as they have low or zero emissions, and have come a long way to become an integral part of OEMs’ business strategies. Automakers like PSA and VW are creating separat...
03 Mar 2006  |  Europe
This study provides a strategic analysis of the Chinese Powertrain market and charts a roadmap for this market over the period 2001- 2012. The technologies included are Diesel engine technologies, gasoline engine technologies and hybrid electric vehicle technologies. The analysis involves market drivers and restraints for specific technologies as w...
30 Sep 2009  |  North America
In this study, Frost & Sullivan thoroughly investigated the remanufactured powertrain systems aftermarket that includes remanufactured engine, remanufactured transmission, and clutch aftermarket segments and delivered strategic insights for industry participants.
30 Jun 2010  |  Europe
This study illustrates the evolution of Euro norms in Western Europe and analyses the technology options for Euro 6. It also analyses the different powertrain strategies and technology preferences of select OEMs in Western Europe and their strategies towards Euro 6 compliance. The study also looks into the potential for select technologies to becom...
16 Feb 2012  |  Europe
Comparative Analysis of Original Equipment Manufacturers' Powertrain Strategies for Euro 6 Compliance
Impact and Penetration of Key Technologies
This study focuses on the key powertrain strategies that are followed by original equipment manufacturers toward Euro 6 emission compliance. Further, it also highlights the importance of different technologies to each original equipment manufacturer. It focuses on the technology options and shares comparisons of these technologies, along with forec...
09 Feb 2009  |  North America
This study analyzes the dynamics of the North American automotive market, examines the implications for powertrain systems and technologies, and the expected directions of vehicle makers regarding powertrains. Production, sales, and the powertrain mix are forecast to 2015 by automaker and at the total level.
08 Feb 2011  |  North America
Diesel powertrain market in North America has not had much success due to reasons ranging from the market perspective to emissions to cost. However, the recent EPA and CAFE regulations with regards to fleet fuel economy and emissions changes the approach. Different techniques and technologies have been adopted by OEMs in meeting the standards. This...