OEM Powertrain Strategies for CAFÉ Compliance in North America Towards 2020

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This research service discusses the key powertrain technologies that original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) will develop and employ towards 2020. It discusses the regulatory environment and the progressive stringency of standards for fuel efficiency that are driving these trends. Furthermore, it shows multiple scenarios of regulatory compliance, and the role of each powertrain technology in taking the fleet fuel-economy numbers forward to meet targets in 2020. The powertrain technologies that are used as part of future OEM strategies are analyzed and the OEMs' growth roadmaps have been plotted. The study also provides forecasts for multiple segments, fuel types, and different technologies.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsTotal Market Unit Shipment SnapshotMarket Breakdown by OEM SnapshotMarket Breakdown by OEM and Segment Growth Market Breakdown by Segment and Propulsion Types’ Growth Powertrain Technology Development and Adoption Drivers Powertrain Technology Package Focus North America—CO2 Emission Targets for 2025 by Segment Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Ecosystem—Interplaying Factors Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch MethodologyKey OEMs Compared in This StudyDefinitions and SegmentationCAFÉ Credits—Definitions and Compliance Options CAFÉ Credits—Inter-fleet Transfers CAFÉ Credits—Intercompany Trading and Other CreditsOff-cycle Credits—Emission and Fuel-saving TechnologiesZEV Mandate—California Environmental Protection Agency (CEPA)Definition of Key Technologies Compared in the StudyDefinition of Key Technologies Compared in the Study (continued)Definition of Key Technologies Compared in the Study (continued)Vehicle Segmentation Market OverviewPowertrain Technology Roadmap—ICEs and Electric DriveTechnology Roadmap—Gasoline Fuel InjectionTechnology Roadmap—Variable ValvetrainDrivers and Restraints—Total Powertrain MarketDemand Analysis—Drivers and RestraintsMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedForecasts and Trends—Total Powertrain MarketMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Breakdown by Vehicle SegmentCompetitive EnvironmentOEMs Tech Share Analysis—Gasoline Direct InjectionOEMs Tech Share Analysis—Engine BoostOEM Profiles and Fuel Economy OutlookPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—BMW GroupCompliance Roadmap—BMW GroupKey Powertrain Trends for BMW Group—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—BMW GroupPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Chrysler GroupCompliance Roadmap—Chrysler GroupKey Powertrain Trends for Chrysler Group—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—ChryslerPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Daimler GroupCompliance Roadmap—Daimler GroupKey Powertrain Trends for Daimler Group—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—Daimler GroupPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Ford Motor CompanyCompliance Roadmap—Ford Motor CompanyKey Powertrain Trends for Ford Motor Company—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—Ford Motor CompanyPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—General MotorsCompliance Roadmap—General MotorsKey Powertrain Trends for GM—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—General MotorsPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Honda Motor CompanyCompliance Roadmap—Honda Motor CompanyKey Powertrain Trends for Honda—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—Honda Motor CompanyPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Hyundai GroupCompliance Roadmap—Hyundai GroupKey Powertrain Trends for Hyundai Group—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—Hyundai GroupPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Renault-Nissan GroupCompliance Roadmap—Renault-NissanKey Powertrain Trends for Renault-Nissan—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—Renault-Nissan GroupPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Toyota GroupCompliance Roadmap—Toyota GroupKey Powertrain Trends for Toyota Group—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—Toyota GroupPowertrain Outlook and Key Highlights—Volkswagen GroupCompliance Roadmap—Volkswagen GroupKey Powertrain Trends for Volkswagen Group—Complete PortfolioTechnology Penetration Intensity—Volkswagen GroupConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixLearn More—Next StepsAdditional Sources of Information on North American PowertrainsTable of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Market Engineering Methodology




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