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Author: Ian Riches
Publication Date: Jan 29 2020
Pages: 32
Report Type: Report, PowerPoint

 Powertrain, Body, Chassis and Safety

Presenter - Automotive Electronics System Demand - January 2020

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Report Summary:

The market for automotive electronic systems is forecast to grow at a CAAGR of 7.8% in dollar terms over 2019 to 2024, despite concerns over vehicle production levels and significant industry headwinds. Strong growth for electrification and ADAS technologies is leading to a significant increase in the electronics content per vehicle, but is also in danger of polarising the supply base into winners and losers, based upon their successes in these critical areas.  This forecast update shows a 1.9% decline in anticipated demand in 2026 over the previous version.  This is mainly due to a more pessimistic outlook for light vehicle production. 

This report details and quantifies the market growth of over 100 automotive systems out to 2026, highlighting the key systems, regions, vehicle segments and OEMs that are driving the market.

This report highlights the key changes and growth areas in the Automotive Electronics System Demand Forecast in PowerPoint format.  It also includes example links to key datasets available on MetrixLive.

Table of Contents

  • Methodology, Definitions & MetrixLive Links
  • Comparison with Previous Forecast
    • Forecast Changes
    • Vehicle Production
    • System Demand
  • Vehicle Production Trends
    • 2019 Review
    • 2020 Outlook
    • Longer-Term Outlook 2019-24
  • Electronic System Demand
    • 2019 Review
    • 2020 Outlook
    • Longer-Term Outlook 2019-24
    • System Value per Vehicle
    • Growth Areas – System Types, Segments, Sectors & OEMs
  • Conclusions
  • Did You Know?
  • Questions?

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