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Global Automotive Engine Technologies Overview and Market Forecast, Q4 2020 - Major Suppliers, Top Markets, Technology Trends and Market Size Forecasts - ResearchAndMarkets.com

·2-min read

The "Automotive Engine Technologies - Global Sector Overview and Forecast (Q4 2020 Update)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging light vehicle engine technologies required to meet CO2 and fuel economy mandates, major suppliers, top markets, technology trends and market size forecasts.

Scope

  • This report contains an overview of an automotive sector along with detailed related component forecasts, supported by information drawn from the publisher's extensive range of sources.

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction

  • Pester analysis

  • Market forecasts

  • 48 volt mild hybrids

  • Diesel engines

Forecasts - forced induction total

  • Fuel injection systems

  • Hydrogen market projections

  • Petrol engines

  • VW diesel emission scandal

  • OEM overview

  • BMW

  • Daimler

  • Fiat-Chrysler

  • Ford

  • GM

  • Honda

  • Honda engine that's 45% thermally efficient

  • Hyundai-Kia

  • Jaguar Land Rover

  • Mazda

  • Nissan

  • PSA Groupe

  • Renault

  • Subaru Corporation

  • Toyota

  • Volkswagen

  • Volvo

  • Supplier overview

  • BorgWarner

  • Bosch-Mahle

  • Continental AG

  • Delphi Technologies

  • Denso

  • Federal-Mogul

  • Hanon Systems

  • Honeywell International Inc.

  • IHI/IHI Charging Systems International

  • Keihin Corp

  • Mahle

  • Martinrea

  • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

  • Modine

  • Robert Bosch GmbH

  • Schaeffler Group (INA-Holding)

  • Sogefi

  • Stanadyne

  • Valeo

  • Wabco

  • Others

  • Technology overview

  • 48V mild hybrids

  • OEM 48V activity

  • Supplier 48V activity

  • What will 48V bring?

  • Alternatives to electrification

  • Biodiesel

  • Ethanol

  • Future fuels conclusions

  • Hydrogen

  • Daimler (Mercedes-Benz) - fuel-cell vehicles

  • General Motors - fuel-cell vehicles

  • Honda - fuel-cell vehicles

  • Hyundai - fuel-cell vehicles

  • Toyota - fuel-cell vehicles

  • Natural gas and LPG

  • Atkinson developments

  • Thermally efficient Toyota and Honda engines

  • Downsizing/downspeeding

  • Active engine mounts

  • Pendulum dampers

  • Energy recovery

  • Exhaust gas heat recovery

  • KERS

  • Rankine heat engines

  • Stirling engines

  • Thermoelectric generators

  • Thermoelectric nanowires

  • van der Waals Schottky diode

  • Forced induction

  • Forced induction technical developments

  • Fuel injection systems

  • Diesel

  • Injection rate shaping

  • Rail pressures

  • Supplier competitive positioning diesel injection

  • Variable nozzle

  • Other developments

  • Petrol

  • Supplier competitive positioning for petrol injection

  • Full (parallel or 'power-split') hybrids

  • Other alternative engines

  • HCCI/CAI

  • OEMs and HCCI

  • Ignition

  • Alternative ignition systems

  • Lean burn

  • Materials

  • Engine blocks

  • Split cycle engines

  • Stratified charge

  • Variable compression ratio

  • Variable compression ratio engines

  • Variable displacement engine

  • Variable Valve Actuation

  • Camless engines

  • Cylinder deactivation

  • Diesel VVA

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/lbv15l

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