Strategic Insight into the Electric Power Steering Market in North America

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Despite a slow start, electric power steering (EPS) has been successful in North America. Now, OEMs are interested in shifting from electro-hydraulic power steering (EHPS) and hydraulic power steering (HPS) systems to EPS systems, especially to meet consumer demand for enhanced fuel economy, improved safety, and comfort. This study is based on secondary and primary research data collected from Tier I suppliers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the North American passenger car market. Also included are market trends, supplier profiles, OEM technology preferences, key conclusions, and a future outlook. The base year is 2013 and forecasts span 2014 to 2021.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsApplication and Technology RoadmapPenetration and Unit Shipment Breakdown by OEM Roadmap for Automated DrivingKey Findings and Future OutlookAssociated MultimediaResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM Groups and Suppliers Compared in This StudyDefinitions and SegmentationPower Steering System SegmentationPower Steering System DefinitionsEPS System SchematicEPS System Schematic (continued)EPS System Type ConfigurationsComparative Analysis of EPS by TypeComparative Analysis of EPS by Type (continued)EPS Value ChainEPS Value Chain (continued) Comparative Analysis of OEM Strategies for EPS FitmentSupplier Portfolio SnapshotVehicle Segmentation Market OverviewMarket Breakdown by OEM Functional RoadmapPower Steering Market Snapshot North American OutlookUnit Shipment Scenario AnalysisForecast Scenario Assumptions to 2021Unit Shipment Breakdown by OEM and Product TypesUnit Shipment Breakdown Discussion by OEM and Product TypesUnit Shipment Breakdown by Vehicle Segment Unit Shipment Breakdown Discussion by Vehicle Segment Revenue Breakdown by OEM and Product TypesRevenue Breakdown Discussion by OEM and Product TypeRevenue Breakdown by Vehicle Segment and Product Types Revenue Breakdown Discussion by Vehicle Segment and Product TypesPricing Trends and ForecastPricing Trends and Forecast DiscussionImplications of Automated DrivingAutomated DrivingSBW—OutlookSBW—Future System ArchitectureOEM ProfilesFiat-Chrysler GroupFord GroupGM GroupHonda GroupHyundai GroupRenault-Nissan GroupToyota GroupVolkswagen GroupSupplier ProfilesHyundai MobisJTEKT CorporationMando CorporationNexteer AutomotiveNSK Deutschland GmbHThyssenKrupp Presta SteeringTRW AutomotiveZF LenksystemeConclusions and Future Outlook—Total EPS MarketKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixRelevant ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology




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