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Automotive Transmission and Clutch Technologies - Global Sector Overview and Forecast to 2035 (Q1 2021 Update)

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Automotive Transmission and Clutch Technologies - Global Sector Overview and Forecast to 2035 (Q1 2021 Update)

SUMMARY

Global Transmissions market has changed rapidly in the recent past. The requirement for greater fuel efficiency in particular has brought a great deal of dynamism to the global transmission market. This dynamism is reflected in both the types of transmission that are finding favour and the number of forward gears employed. These overarching trends are also meshed with different regional preferences for transmission type that continue to prevail.

In terms of broad transmission types the overall global trend is towards increased automation of gear shifting, even in Europe, which has long held out as the last stronghold of the manual transmission in the mature markets. The prevailing view in Europe has long been that the manual transmission - in good hands - is a more efficient means of changing gear than a torque converter automatic. This is no longer always the case thanks to the introduction of lock-up torque converters, more ratios and more sophisticated electronics, while the advent of the dual clutch transmission (DCT) is also challenging the long-held perception that conventional manual transmissions are the most efficient systems available.

As well as better efficiency being on offer from automatic transmissions these days, be they of the torque converter or DCT type, it is also the case that test-driving cycles that produce a vehicles' fuel economy or CO2 rating are more likely to be replicated in the real world when shifting is automated. Finally, increasing urbanisation and associated greater traffic congestion is promoting the requirement for greater in-car comfort and convenience that an automatic transmission can provide.

The macroeconomic environment in each market will determine how fast vehicle markets change and the types of transmissions fitted demanded in each market. What is certain is that as fuel prices continue to rise, as they inevitably will, there will be increased pressure on the vehicle companies to reduce fuel consumption, whether through developing all-electric or hybrid powertrains or 'simply' improving the efficiency of the internal combustion engine and conventional transmissions.

Transmission development is a relatively low-cost route for the OEMs to improve the fuel economy of their fleets compared with the adoption of advanced combustion technology. With this in mind technologies like stop-start, across all transmission types, will play an increasingly important role due to it having a low on-cost in return for fuel economy improvements anywhere between 3 and 10%.

The report “Automotive Transmission and Clutch Technologies - Global Sector Overview and Forecast to 2035 (Q1 2021 Update)”, provides a comprehensive overview of the Global OE Transmissions and Clutches sector, major suppliers, top markets, technology trends and market size forecasts.

SCOPE

Based on exclusive interviews, primary research and proprietary data this Global Car Transmissions and Clutches market study includes -
  • Automotive OE transmissions (Manual, Automated Manual, Automatic, Dual-Clutch, Continuously Variable) fitment and market size data.
  • A review of the latest technological developments and market trends (Conventional Step, Continuously Variable, Infinitely Variable, Dual-Clutch, Manual, Automated, Hybrids, Clutch Management Systems, Disconnect Clutches).
  • Exclusive interviews with OE suppliers and VMs including Land Rover, Torotrak, Camcon Automotive, Mazda, ZF Friedrichshafen, BorgWarner.
  • Updated profiles of the major automotive transmission suppliers including their strategies and prospects.
  • Sector PESTER (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Regulatory) analysis.
REASONS TO BUY
  • Gain a quick overview of the Automotive Transmissions Sector globally.
  • Understand the size and scope of the top markets.
  • Hear direct from leading companies on their strategies and plans.
  • Review the latest and most significant technological developments.
  • Follow the key trends within the sector and what's driving them.
  • Spot opportunities and threats in the automobile transmissions sector.
  • Prepare supply and demand forecasts.
  • Track key companies' activities and prospects.
  • Produce internal sales plans and forecasts.
  • Carry out competitive intelligence.
1. MAIN TRENDS IN THE SECTOR

2. PESTER ANALYSIS

Political
Economic
Social
Technological
Environmental
Regulatory

3. COMPANIES

Clutches
Transmissions

4. FORECASTS

AMTs - automated manual transmissions
Automatic transmissions
CVTs - continuously-variable transmissions
DCTs - dual-clutch transmissions
Electric transmissions
Manual transmissions

5. MARKETS

Clutch market overview
Transmission market overview

6. TECHNOLOGIES

Clutch technologies
Transmission technologies

7. TRANSMISSION SOURCING PATTERNS

Examples of external transmission supply patterns
In-house vs. external suppliers
Market shares for external supply

8. APPENDIX

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LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Main trends in the Transmission and clutch technologies sector
Table 2: LuK’s clutch-related businesses worldwide, 2016
Table 3: Market fitment/penetration rates of clutch/transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles worldwide, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 4: Market volumes of automated manual transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, ('000s units)
Table 5: Market fitment/penetration rates of automatic transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, (%)
Table 6: Market volumes of automatic transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, ('000s units)
Table 7: Market fitment/penetration rates of continuously variable transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, (%)
Table 8: Market volumes of continuously variable transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, ('000s units)
Table 9: Market fitment/penetration rates of dual clutch transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, (%)
Table 10: Market volumes of dual clutch transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, ('000s units)
Table 11: Market fitment/penetration rates of electric transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, (%)
Table 12: Market volumes of electric transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, ('000s units)
Table 13: Market fitment/penetration rates of manual transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, (%)
Table 14: Market volumes of manual transmissions fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2014-2034, ('000s units)
Table 15: Global OE clutch market shares for light vehicles, 2015, % of volume
Table 16: European OE clutch market shares for light vehicles, 2015, % of volume
Table 17: Japanese OE clutch market shares for light vehicles, 2015, % of volume
Table 18: North American OE clutch market shares for light vehicles, 2014, % of volume
Table 19: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles worldwide, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 20: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Australia, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 21: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in China, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 22: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Western Europe, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 23: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in India, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 24: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Iran, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 25: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Japan, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 26: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Korea, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 27: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Mercosur, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 28: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in North America, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 29: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Other Asia Pacific, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 30: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Russia, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 31: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in South Africa, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 32: Market fitment/penetration rates of transmission types fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles in Thailand, 2014-2034, (% share)
Table 33: Aisin - selected examples of transmission supply
Table 34: JATCO - selected examples of transmission supply
Table 35: ZF - selected examples of transmission supply
Table 36: Aichi supply to Nissan (pre-integration into Nissan)
Table 37: 2016: Estimated global splits of in-house versus external transmission supply


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