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Global Automotive Turbocharger Market Discussed in New In-Demand Report by Visiongain

30 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

From a truly macro perspective, the key development of the past few years is the rapid pace of adoption by which manufacturers are using turbocharging technology coupled with engine downsizing to achieve greater fuel economy, meet standards for improved emissions and still satisfy consumer demands for outstanding vehicle performance. The new report "Global Automotive Turbocharger Market 2013-2023: Prospects for Passenger Vehicles" by Visiongain states that markets such as the United States are emerging regions for this technology and it reflects a mature auto market now undergoing a transformation from large displacement, naturally-aspirated engines to smaller turbocharged engines. This is continuing to build the global momentum for turbocharging as markets like Europe, where turbo diesel engines already represent the majority of its car park, are now also rapidly applying turbocharging to its share of petrol engine applications.

Report Details:

Global Automotive Turbocharger Market 2013-2023: Prospects for Passenger Vehicles
Published: November, 2012
Pages: 117
Price: US$ 2.497,00

In 2010, the Mahle Group generated sales in excess of 5.2 billion Euros. The company has its headquarters in Stuttgart. Bosch revenues of approximately €51.4 billion in 2011 and is privately owned.

Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems, the 50/50 joint venture established in 2008 by Robert Bosch GmbH and MAHLE GmbH. Both companies are well-established, Bosch being founded in 1886 and Mahle in 1920.They are suppliers to original equipment manufacturers in a number of areas. Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems develops and produces tailor-made exhaust gas turbochargers for passenger cars and commercial vehicles.

Bosch Mahle produces turbochargers for diesel engines with power outputs from 35 to 165 kW. The boost pressure can be regulated via a wastegate or via variable turbine geometry (VTG). For car petrol engines, the product range covers power outputs from 45 to 220 kW. Due to the engines higher thermal loading, wastegate boost pressure regulation is frequently used for petrol engines.

Bosch brings to the partnership their experience in the areas of fuel injection technology for petrol and diesel engines as well as engine controls.

More information can be found in the report “Global Automotive Turbocharger Market 2013-2023: Prospects for Passenger Vehicles” by Visiongain.

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