Automotive chip market remains strong despite looming inventory correction and macroeconomic headwinds

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

A stronger correction of inventory is likely in 2022 than estimated in December 2021

In 2022, the car chip market exceeded USD52 billion—a new high-water mark. In the wake of the growing global chip shortage due to COVID-19, prices for automotive semiconductors are reset, resulting in higher revenue for car chips in 2021 and 2022. The chip content continues to increase in the next five years, driven by electrification, autonomous driving, and connected cars, and automotive revenue will double again by 2027. The average chip value in cars will top USD1,000 by 2027.

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