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Regional BIW lightweighting strategies

Regional BIW lightweighting strategies

Publication Date: 01/07/2021

Lightweighting is one of the keywords being used in the automotive industry for the past several years. It underpins almost all decisions taken by the automakers that the Regional lightweighting strategies report aims to capture the material usage strategies employed by the automakers in the key automotive markets such as Europe, Greater China and North America
 
The report looks into the use of primary materials such as steel, aluminum composites and magnesium in the various body-in-white (BIW) components by the top automakers. The also report aims to throw light on the material usage strategies currently and how the adoption of some of the materials may evolve and differ over the next decade among the three regions.

1. Overview
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology
c) Introduction

2. Regional technology analysis
a) Overview
b) Europe
c) Greater China
d) North America

3. European OEMs
a) Overview
b) VolkswagenGroup
c) Daimler
d) BMW
e) Key takeaways

4. Chinese OEMs
a) Overview
b) Geely
c) Changan
d) SAIC-GM-Wuling
e) Great Wall Motors
f) Key takeaways

5. Japan/Korean OEMs
a) Overview
b) Toyota
c) Hyundai
d) Honda
e) Key takeaways

6. US OEMs
a) Overview
b) General Motors
c) Ford
d) Tesla
e) Key takeaways

7. Conclusion

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