Chassis | Insight, data, and analytics for vehicle chassis components

The Chassis Vehicle Domain focuses on braking, steering, NVH and suspension control as well as the increasing electrification of chassis systems.

Chassis technology handles a vehicle’s overall performance in terms of dynamics, safety, and fuel efficiency. In short, the chassis is a key contributor to a vehicle’s competitive performance. Using advanced materials, the vehicle chassis also has a significant role in reducing vehicle emissions.

The Chassis Vehicle Domain provides insight, data, and analytics for key chassis components including braking, steering, suspension, and tires. Users can quickly put context around technology trends, deep dive into data and forecasts, and seamlessly drive analytics to support challenging decisions.

Topics covered:

  • Brake actuation systems and supply chain
  • Brake friction materials
  • Damper systems and actuation
  • Steering system
  • Tire technology

Planners and strategists use the vehicle domain to:

  • Assess and forecast new chassis technologies
  • Analyze the competition
  • Understand OEMs’ purchasing strategies
  • Evaluate customers’ technology adoption paths

The Chassis Vehicle Domain is part of a suite of vehicle content solutions accessed through AutoTechInsight, an S&P Global Mobility automotive strategy and planning solution delivering:

  • Sector News & Insights (covering all vehicle domains)
  • Reports (Domain specific)
  • Supplier Profiles (Domain specific)
  • CFA Relations
    • OEM-Supplier relationships
    • Analyst and survey-based researched databases
    • Delivered via Query Tool and five analytics via Analytics Tool (Domain specific)
  • Access to analysts, a listing of autonomy-related events and monthly webinars
  • OEM-level and Model-level forecasts, technology fitment, and supplier relationships (optional add-ons)



Patricio Barbale
Patricio Barbale

Patricio Barbale is Senior Research Analyst within the Automotive Supply Chain & Technology group with a focus on chassis components supply chain at S&P Global Mobility.

Patricio is a Senior Research Analyst for the Chassis/Material area in the Supply Chain & Technology (SCT) team at S&P Global Mobility.

He joined the company in early 2016 and is responsible for the improvement, creation and maintenance of all forecasts related to chassis area (brakes, shock absorbers, power steering and Dynamics Domain Controller) and regional analyst for the European part of material forecasts.

Patricio holds a Degree in Aeronautic Engineering from the Politecnico di Milano, specializing in Aerodynamics and a Master degree in Race Vehicle Engineering.

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