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.
This report looks at major trends in engines and their component-level technologies to address the coming tightening of emission and fuel economy standards. The categories included are internal combustion engine (ICE) efficiency improvement technologies by right-sizing and combustion cycles, cylinder deactivation, advanced forced induction technologies, fuel injection strategies, and cooled EGR.
The report will offer insight on:
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology
2. Regulations and legislations
a) Policy outlook
b) CO2 legislation
c) Tail pipe emissions
3. Technology and market analysis
b) Engine downsizing
c) Fuel injection
d) Forced induction
f) Cylinder deactivation
g) Lean-burn gasoline engines
4. Supply chain dynamics
a) OEM-supplier relationship
e) Garrett Motion
h) Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)
i) Vitesco Technologies
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