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30 Dec 2015  |  North America
OEMs Target Ride, Durability, and Safety Improvements as Key Reasons for Adoption of this Technology
At least 6 global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) produce body-on-frame sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and pickups globally as of 2015. Overall, ride, durability, and safety improvements are targeted as being the primary reasons for the adoption of advanced chassis structure technology among mass market and luxury vehicle automakers beyond ...
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29 Dec 2015  |  Asia Pacific
Side-impact Airbags to have Progressive Penetration Until 2022
This research service is a database presenting the penetration levels of various technologies in Malaysian automotive market. The technologies discussed include turbocharged engine, engine start-stop system, electronic parking brake, blind spot detection, side-impact airbags, night vision, adaptive cruise control, and lane departure warning. The st...
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28 Dec 2015  |  North America
Strategic Analysis of the North American Semi-Trailer Selected Original Equipment Wheel-End Components Market
By 2022, Air Disc Brake Market Penetration to Reach 13%
This research service analyzes the North American market for original equipment drum brakes, slack adjusters, and wheel hubs for semi-trailers (dry van, refrigerated, flatbed, and tanker). It assesses market dynamics, including market and technology trends, and provides unit shipment and revenue forecasts. The study examines original equipment manu...
26 Nov 2015  |  North America
By 2022, Fixed Geometry to Represent 2 out of 3 Installations
The global medium- and heavy-duty (MD-HD) truck market is evolving rapidly as a result of dynamic product changes as a result of emission standards, shifting the onus to research and development in the powertrain space. Turbocharging technologies will play an increasing role in powertrain strategies as power density and fuel efficiency challenges b...
25 Nov 2015  |  Global
Connected Safety and Mobility Applications are the Real Innovations from IOT in Cars
This study investigates the applications that the Internet of Cars (IOC) holds for key participants namely government, end consumers, original end manufacturers, and dealers. It explains how connected cars impact convenience, safety and security of cars. The study also explains the technology infrastructure required for implementing connected cars ...
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24 Nov 2015  |  Global
Stringent Emission Regulations and Super Credits to Boost Market for Electric Vehicles
The research service provides global unit shipment forecast for electric vehicles split by region, original equipment manufacturer (OEM), model, and so on. Data is provided from 2013-2020. Electric vehicle scope includes battery electric, range extenders, plug-in hybrid, and neighborhood electric vehicles. The regional scope includes North America,...
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05 Nov 2015  |  Europe
Turkey Emerges as one of the Most Attractive Fleet and Leasing Markets in Europe
This study provides an analysis of the Turkish fleet and leasing market and covers both the passenger car and light commercial vehicle sectors. The report also provides a detailed breakdown of fleet ownership in each segment covering operational leasing, outright purchase, and financial leasing. The related regulations and drivers and restraints th...
05 Nov 2015  |  Europe
IAA 2015360° Roundup: 54 New Models Launches and 15 Breakthrough Technologies
The research service provides an overview of the key highlights of IAA Frankfurt Motor Show. It focusses on breakthrough technologies and launches of selected OEM's and offers a comparative analysis on OEM strategies.
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04 Nov 2015  |  Global
Cylinder Deactivation is a Key Strategy to Increase Fuel Efficiency
In pursuit of enhanced fleet average fuel economy and adherence to stringent emission norms, OEMs and the entire automotive value chain are adopting and implementing various powertrain strategies. Cylinder deactivation is one such strategy, which along with other complementing technologies, will help OEMs enhance their fleet average fuel economy an...
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03 Nov 2015  |  North America
Combined Light, Medium, and Heavy Truck Sales Volume in Select LATAM Markets will Reach 428,000 Units by 2022
The Latin American commercial vehicle (CV) market is declining, primarily attributed to economic conditions in most countries of the region and a downturn in international commodity prices that negatively impact the regional CV markets, especially if they depend on growth in the mining, oil and gas, retail, and construction industries. Market recov...