“Automotive Start-Stop Systems Market Set To Reach 27.5million Units In 2018

02 August 2018
Automotive

Visiongain’ has launched a new automotive report Automotive Start-Stop Systems Market Report : Forecasts & Analysis By Belt Driven Alternator Starter (BAS), Enhanced Starter, Direct Starter, Integrated Starter Generator (ISG) Plus Profiles of Leading Companies Developing Mild Hybrid Technologies For Improved Fuel Efficiency & Reduced Vehicle Emissions

Automotive Start-Stop systems are one of the cost-effective and clean energy solutions for increasing fuel efficiency, reducing exhaust emission levels and, at the same time, improve the performance of the vehicle. This system shuts down the engine when the vehicle stops and instantly restarts the engine when the accelerator pedal is stepped upon. Start-Stop systems are a major clean energy technology which is adopted usually by most of the major automotive manufacturers across the world. The Start-Stop systems increase fuel economy by an average of 12%

The visiongain report analyst commented “Start-Stop systems were initially adopted mainly in Europe and Japan, where clean energy is the motive of the government as well as the automotive manufacturers in these regions. The adoption rate of this technology in these regions has been rising at a promising growth rate each year. In the past few years, other countries in the Asia-Pacific region (China, South Korea, and India) and the North American region also started equipping cars with these technologies in select vehicle models. The major reason being the high rate of depletion of fuel reserves and tightening of emission targets by respective governments and legislative bodies. The most widely used Start-Stop technologies are the enhanced starter and Belt-driven Alternator Starter (BAS), as they are cost-effective and more fuel efficient than other available technologies. This technology is expected to lead the market in the next five years. Overall, the Start-Stop systems market will experience high rates of growth in the coming years.”

Leading companies featured in the report who are developing Start-Stop systems include Continental AG, Controlled Power Technologies Ltd , Delphi Automotive Plc, Denso Corporation, Borgwarner Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH, Johnson Controls International Plc, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, and Valeo SA

Notes for Editors
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