Driveline torque management - Sourcing and technology dynamics

Driveline torque management - Sourcing and technology dynamics

Publication Date: 06-Apr-2021
Number of Pages: 40

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A vehicle’s powertrain contributes substantially to a vehicle’s content, even more so in the future as major emission compliance challenges emerge for OEMs, driving greater  sophistication in existing powertrain technologies, as well as unprecedented changes in propulsion systems with the move toward greater electrification.

About this report

The report on Driveline Torque Management Technologies and Supply Chain Dynamics takes an in-depth look at the technologies driving development in this area. The report features component demand analysis at both a global and regional level. Also included is analysis of torque management devices along with IHS Markit forecasts. The report then looks at the structure and main players in this segment, with market share analysis and OEM/supplier relationships.

Reducing emissions and improving fuel economy have become the focus area for automakers while developing drive solutions. Driveline systems are expected to house features that can boast ride and safety as well as improve fuel efficiency. Driveline and drivetrain systems include components that transfer power from the transmission and deliver it to the drive wheels. To this end, the suppliers have developed torque management devices for vehicle traction improvements, vehicle handling, and enhanced stability in all driving conditions.

The report will offer insight on:

  • Component demand analysis at both global and regional level
  • In-depth views at the technologies driving development in this area along with forecasts of torque management devices
  • Supplier market share, OEM/supplier relationships and sourcing strategies

1. Overview

a) Introduction
b) Report methodology

2. Market analysis

a) Global demand
b) Regional demand
c) Market drivers

3. Technology analysis

a) Torque management device types
b) Actuation technology types
c) Torque vectoring and traction control
d) Front- and rear-axle disconnect
e) PTU
f) Transfer case

4. Supply chain dynamics

a) Insourcing versus outsourcing
b) Major suppliers analysis
c) Supplier market share
d) OEM-supplier relationship

5. Conclusion

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