Strategic Analysis of the Global 48v Power-net Market

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OEMs are looking for various means to reduce the CO2 emissions required for 2020 and 2025. The 12v power-net can no longer sustain the electrical load that present day top-end vehicles use. Any new addition to the electrical load will require an increase of the power-net capacity. Therefore, OEMs are considering migrating to a 48v power-net, thereby using 2 voltages. The 48v power-net also manages to reduce vehicle weight, thereby reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Heavy-duty functions are expected to port to the new 48v power-net.

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Executive SummaryKey Findings—48v Power-net Market OverviewCurrent and Future Outlook—48v Power-net MarketCurrent and Future Outlook for 48v2025 Global 48v Adoption ForecastSupplier BenchmarkingResearch Scope, Objectives, Methodology, and BackgroundResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Participant Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationProduct SegmentationProduct DefinitionSystem SegmentationDefinitions of Voltage Architectures for Passenger Vehicles Prerequisites to the 48v SystemVehicle Segmentation Need for 48vNeed for 48v—Emission RegulationsNeed for 48v—Impact of Automated Driving on E/E ArchitectureNeed for 48v—Parasitic LosesCase Study—On the Go Start-Stop Case StudyCase Study—Intelligent Mild Hybrid SystemMarket & Technology OverviewGlobal Vehicle Electrification TrendOverview of the Current Electrical and Electronic EcosystemTechnology RoadmapTop-level Cost Benefit Analysis of First & Second-wave TechnologiesCost Benefit AnalysisCost Benefit Analysis of ICE vs. 48v vs. PHEV PowertrainComparative Analysis of EoL Characteristics of 12v vs. 48v vs. PHEVComparative Benchmarking of 48v System and xEVs Drivers and RestraintsMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Regional Market ForecastsEurope—Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario AnalysisUnit Shipment Forecast by OEMsNorth America—Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario AnalysisUnit Shipment Forecast by OEMsChina—Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario AnalysisUnit Shipment Forecast by OEMsSouth Korea—Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario AnalysisUnit Shipment Forecast by OEMsAnalysis on OEM Brand Positioning and Strategy OEM in Focus—AudiOEM in Focus—DaimlerOEM in Focus—FordOEM in Focus—FCAOEM in Focus—General MotorsOEM in Focus—HyundaiOEM in Focus—Renault-NissanOEM in Focus—Volkswagen48v Mild Hybrid Launch RoadmapAnalysis by OEM Brand Positioning & Strategy for 48vAnalysis on Supplier Brand Positioning and Strategy Supplier Profile—BoschSupplier Profile—ContinentalSupplier Profile—DelphiSupplier Profile—Hyundai MobisSupplier Profile—SchaefflerSupplier Profile—ValeoSupplier BenchmarkingSnapshot of Tier-II Supplier Outlook on Technological DevelopmentsIndustry-wide Best PracticesAudi—Case Study: Electromechanical Active Roll Stabilization (eAWS)Bosch—Case Study: 48v e-KartContinental and Schaeffler—Case Study: Gasoline Technology Car IIFCA—Case Study: e-booster ApplicationConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAbbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)Abbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)Learn More—Next StepsMarket Engineering Methodology


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