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VVT & Start-Stop System Market by Technology, Phaser Type, Valvetrain, Fuel type, Vehicle and Region

Dublin, December 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “VVT and start-stop system market by technology (cam phasing, cam phasing plus change, BAS, improved starter, direct starter, ISG), phaser type (hydraulic, electronic), valve train (SOHC and DOHC), fuel type, vehicle and region – Global forecast to 2027 “ Report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com to offer.

The automotive VVT and start-stop systems market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.7%, reaching $ 58.8 billion by 2027, compared to $ 42.3 billion as of 2021.

Major factors responsible for the growth of this market include the strict emissions regulations and fuel efficiency standards enforced by various lawmakers around the world. In addition, increased production of hybrid vehicles would drive the market for start-stop systems.

However, the COVID-19 pandemic had an impact on the market in the first few months. Both the demand and the supply of motor vehicles and components worldwide had come to a standstill in the first months of 2020 as the entire ecosystem was disrupted. In the next two quarters, however, demand increased. In addition, vehicle sales and production have soared this year, but due to chip shortages, vehicle production was again impacted from the third quarter onwards. In addition, industry experts are expected to continue this situation until the third quarter of 2022, after which it will happen again.

Dual Overhead Cam (DOHC) for VVT and Integrated Starter Generator (ISG) for start-stop technology are expected to grow at a higher CAGR over the forecast period

In the case of VVT, Dual Overhead Cam (DOHC) technology is expected to grow faster in automobiles, LCVs, and HCVs. DOHC has special valves for inlet and outlet. This leads to a smooth transmission, improved valve control, efficient fuel usage and a noiseless ride. For start-stop systems, the integrated starter generator (ISG) is expected to have the highest growth as it allows for greater power generation capacity and better emissions benefits.

Asia-Pacific shows high growth potential for the market for VVT and start-stop systems

The Asia-Pacific region comprises rapidly emerging economies such as China and India as well as industrialized nations such as Japan and is the largest market for automobiles. In recent years the region has developed into a hub for automobile production. As the governments of these countries have imposed stringent emission standards and fuel efficiency levels, future vehicles must go through rigorous new vehicle assessment programs. One of the most important factors responsible for the growth of this region is the increasing demand for fuel-efficient technologies such as turbocharging and VVT & start-stop systems. In addition, the improvement in socio-economic conditions in countries such as India, Thailand and Indonesia has led to an increase in the demand for premium cars. This in turn has accelerated the market for VVT & start-stop systems in these countries.

DOL starter segment by technology will hold the largest market for start-stop systems

Functions such as the automatic start-stop system can save up to fuel and reduce CO2 emissions. This technology is used in a direct injection internal combustion engine to enable it to restart immediately. The technology keeps the piston in an optimal position when the vehicle is stopped, allowing the engine to restart immediately by injecting fuel into the cylinder 5-8%. Due to its presence in conventional engines, direct starter technology holds the largest market for start-stop systems.

Key topics covered:

1 Introduction

2 research methodology

3 Summary

4 premium insights
4.1 VVT and start-stop systems market will grow significantly in the forecast period (2021-2027)
4.2 Asia-Pacific is expected to become the world leader in VVT and start-stop systems market in 2021
4.3 VVT Systems Market by Technology
4.4 Start-Stop Systems Market by Technology
4.5 Market for VVT systems from Valvetrain
4.6 Phaser-Type VVT Systems Market
4.7 VVT Systems Market By Fuel Type
4.8 VVT Systems Market by Vehicle Type
4.9 Start-Stop Systems Market by Vehicle Type

5 Market overview
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Market dynamics
5.2.1 Driver
5.2.1.1 Demand for fuel efficient vehicles
5.2.1.2 Increase in hybridization of vehicles
5.2.1.3 Steady growth in demand for ice vehicles
5.2.1.4 Strict emission standards
5.2.2 Limitations
5.2.2.1 Wear of engines due to an increase in the start-stop cycles
5.2.2.2 Technology Upgrades Over Time
5.2.3 Opportunities
5.2.3.1 Growing demand for electric camshaft adjusters
5.2.3.2 Increased use of start-stop technology in vehicles
5.2.3.3 Increasing use of VVT systems in high-end motorcycles
5.2.4 Challenges
5.2.4.1 High maintenance costs and limited aftermarket supplies of VVT and start-stop systems
5.2.4.2 Difficulties in obtaining complex internal components
5.2.5 Influence of market dynamics
5.3 Trends and disruptions in the market for VVT and start-stop systems
5.4 COVID-19 health assessment
5.5 Economic assessment of COVID-19
5.5.1 Economic Impact of COVID-19 – Scenario Assessment
5.6 VVT and Start-Stop Systems Market: Effects of COVID-19
5.6.1 Effects on the sale of VVT and start-stop systems
5.6.2 Effects on Vehicle Sales
5.7 VVT and Start-Stop Systems Market, Scenarios (2021-2027)
5.7.1 VVT and start-stop systems market, most likely scenario
5.7.2 Market for VVT and start-stop systems, optimistic scenario
5.7.3 Market for VVT and start-stop systems, pessimistic scenario

6 industry trends
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Technological overview
6.2.1 Widely used valve technologies in engines
6.2.2 Ultra capacitors
6.3 Supply chain analysis
6.4 The five forces of the wearer
6.5 Market ecosystem for VVT and start-stop systems
6.6 Regulatory overview
6.7 Patent Analysis
6.8 case study
6.8.1 Oe Fix VVT solenoid valves developed by Dorman Products
6.8.2 Dorman Products developed and patented new camshaft adjusters with a stronger alloy locking plate
6.8.3 Hollingsworth & Vose developed H&V absorption glass mat battery separators (Agm) for auto start-stop engines

7 VVT Systems Market By Technology
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Operating data
7.3 Research methodology
7.4 assumptions
7.5 Cam phasing
7.5.1 Ease of implementation and low cost encourage the adoption of cam phasing technology
7.6 Cam phases plus change
7.6.1 Improved torque output to significantly increase the acceptance of cam phase plus changes
7.7 Main Primary Findings

8 Market for VVT systems, from Valvetrain
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Operating data
8.3 Research methodology
8.4 assumptions
8.5 Single overhead camshaft (Sohc)
8.5.1 Demand for higher engine speed with lighter valve train to stimulate the market for Sohc
8.6 Overhead double camshaft (Dohc)
8.6.1 Dohc develops higher peak torque and power, which increases its demand
8.7 Main Primary Findings

9 VVT Systems Market by Fuel Type
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Operating data
9.3 Research methodology
9.4 assumptions
9.5 Diesel VVT system
9.5.1 High performance and upgraded diesel engine versions with VVT systems are expected to gain popularity in the commercial vehicle segment
9.6 Petrol VVT system
9.6.1 Consistent development towards fuel-efficient engines to stimulate the market for gasoline VVT systems
9.7 Main Primary Findings

10 VVT Systems Market by Vehicle Type
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Operating data
10.3 Research methodology
10.4 assumptions
10.5 cars
10.5.1 Installation of fuel-saving functions to promote the spread of VVT systems in cars
10.6 Light commercial vehicle
10.6.1 Improved torque output that increases engine performance will greatly increase the acceptance of VVT systems in Lcvs
10.7 Heavy commercial vehicle
10.7.1 High demand for Hcvs for heavy duty transmissions will drive the market
10.8 Main Primary Findings

11 Phaser-Type VVT Systems Market
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Operating data
11.3 Assumptions
11.4 Research methodology
11.5 Hydraulic camshaft adjuster
11.5.1 Use of gasoline and diesel engines in the automotive industry to increase the demand for hydraulic camshaft adjusters
11.6 Electronic cam phaser
11.6.1 High phasing speeds provided by electronic cam phasers will fuel growth
11.7 Key Primary Findings

12 Start-Stop Systems Market by Technology
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Research methodology
12.3 Assumptions
12.4 Starter with belt-driven alternator (base)
12.4.1 Bas replaces alternators and starters in vehicles
12.5 Advanced launcher
12.5.1 Cost benefit will increase the demand for advanced starters
12.6 Direct starter
12.6.1 High efficiency and fuel-saving properties should increase the demand for direct starters
12.7 Integrated starter generator (Isg)
12.7.1 Isg enables higher power generation capacity and emissions benefits
12.8 Main Primary Findings

13 Start-Stop Systems Market by Vehicle Type
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Operating data
13.3 Assumptions
13.4 Research methodology
13.5 cars
13.5.1 High car production and the need to limit emissions in cities in order to promote the introduction of start-stop systems
13.6 Light commercial vehicle
13.6.1 North America dominates the Lcv segment due to the large production of light commercial vehicles and the increasing use of start-stop systems
13.7 Heavy commercial vehicle
13.7.1 Development of high-performance trucks in Europe will drive demand for start-stop systems
13.8 Main Primary Findings

14 VVT and Start-Stop Systems Market by Region

15 recommendations
15.1 Asia-Pacific becomes an important market for VVT and start-stop systems
15.2 Increasing focus on cars will increase the demand for VVT and start-stop systems
15.3 Conclusion

16 Competitive Landscape
16.1 Overview
16.2 Sales analysis of the top players
16.3 Market Ranking Analysis
16.4 Mapping of competitive leadership for the market for VVT and start-stop systems
16.4.1 star
16.4.2 Penetrating
16.4.3 Aspiring leaders
16.4.4 Participants
16.5 Company Valuation Quadrant
16.6 Company Valuation Quadrant
16.7 Competitive Scenario and Trends
16.7.1 Product launches
16.7.2 Offers
16.7.3 Other
16.8 Winner vs. Tail Ender

17 company profiles
17.1 Main Actors
17.1.1 Robert Bosch GmbH
17.1.2 Continental Ag
17.1.3 Borgwarner, Inc.
17.1.4 Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd.
17.1.5 Valeo
17.1.6 Denso Corporation
17.1.7 Hitachi, Ltd.
17.1.8 Schaeffler AG
17.1.9 Eaton Corporation plc
17.1.10 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
17.2 Other key players
17.2.1 Tenneco Inc.
17.2.2 Hilite International
17.2.3 Toyota Motor Corporation
17.2.4 Exedy Corporation
17.2.5 Honda Motor Co. Ltd.
17.2.6 Hyundai Motor Company
17.2.7 Mikuni Corporation
17.2.8 BMW AG
17.2.9 Zf Friedrichshafen AG
17.2.10 Pmg Holding GmbH
17.2.11 Stellantis Nv
17.2.12 Magna International Inc.
2/17/13 Cloyes Gear & Products, Inc.
2/17/14 General Motors

18 Appendix

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