The Automotive Turbochargers Report
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The Automotive Turbochargers Report takes in in-depth look at the technologies drving development in this area. The report features component demand analysis at both a global and regional level. Also included is analysis of new technologies in turbocharging, as well as IHS Markit forecasts of engine-production by aspiration type. The report then looks at the structure and main players in turbocharging, with market share analysis and OEM/supplier relationships.
Updated April 2017
Automakers are paying heed to rightsizing engine technology, instead of just downsizing engines to enhance vehicle performance and fuel economy. Development of turbochargers for the next-generation small gasoline engines is in full swing with three objectives: minimising the weight and displacement added to the powertrain; making power potential equal to, or better than, larger engines; and meeting all emission norms.
Turbocharging is one of the key trends in the light vehicle sector today and it is one of the healthiest sectors in the components market. IHS Markit forecasts that the annual production of vehicles featuring turbochargers is expected to increase from 33.5 million units in 2015 to 62.5 million units in 2022 representing a CAGR of 9% during the time period.
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Global component demand
Regional component demand
OEMs' sourcing strategies
Tier-1 supplier profiles
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