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由於歐洲的主要OEM的全輪驅動 (AWD) 策略:2019年

All-wheel Drive (AWD) Strategies of Select European OEMs, 2019

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 919967
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 92 Pages
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由於歐洲的主要OEM的全輪驅動 (AWD) 策略:2019年 All-wheel Drive (AWD) Strategies of Select European OEMs, 2019
出版日期: 2019年12月06日內容資訊: 英文 92 Pages
簡介

調查由於本報告提供歐洲的主要OEM的全輪驅動 (AWD) 技術策略,OEM提供的AWD系統,驅動系統邁向電氣化的道路,主要OEM的個別分析,成長機會、成功策略分析等彙整資料。

摘要整理

  • 主要調查結果
  • OEM提供的全輪驅動系統
  • 驅動系統的電氣化的道路

調查範圍、調查目的、背景、調查手法

定義、市場區隔

Audi

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

BMW

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

Hyundai

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

Mercedes-Benz

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

PSA

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

豐田汽車

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

Volkswagen

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

Volvo

  • 策略摘要
  • 策略摘要:AWD
  • AWD策略:全部的架構設計
  • AWD普及率、策略:各模式

成長機會、推薦行動

  • 成長機會
  • 成功、成長的策略性必要條件

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目錄
Product Code: MF09-18

Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) Shift Toward Multi-energy Platforms and Electric Platforms to Favor Electric AWD (eAWD)

Stringent European emission norms dictate that automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) comply with the carbon emission target of 95g/km by 2020 and the indicative range of 68-78 g/km by 2025. While OEMs have been focusing on improving efficiency, there is a growing preference among consumers for vehicles that offer better ride and handling benefits. Ride and handling technologies, for example, All-wheel Drive (AWD) systems, apart from having a cost implication, also hurt fuel efficiency and carbon emissions. This has put OEMs in a tight spot and OEMs are examining all possible options to reduce fuel consumption and emissions without sacrificing driving dynamics.

This increase in fuel consumption of the conventional AWD system is primarily because of the parasitic losses that are inherent in mechanical driveline systems. To overcome these challenges, several major OEMs are working toward hybridization and electrification. Electrification is one of the key pillars of every major OEM's corporate strategy and almost all premium and some big mass-market OEMs have announced that several models in the existing line-up can be electrified, with a full-electric or plug-in hybrid drivetrain being offered in addition to the combustion engine option. Additional electrified models will be brought to market in the coming years and beyond 2020 and also most OEMs' next-generation electric vehicle architecture will enable further fully electric vehicles.

Electrification brings about a disruption not only to OEMs but also to suppliers and pure-electric vehicles will change the dynamics of the value chain. Driveline suppliers that, until recently, have had strong capabilities on hardware will now need to develop software capabilities. During the forecast period, the driveline supplier also needs to work toward reducing the weight of components and parasitic losses without affecting the ability to transfer the required amount of torque, because several OEMs are still expected to use mechanical AWD systems in the near term. While such developments incur significant costs, OEMs are pressuring driveline suppliers to reduce the cost of these systems. A major challenge that driveline manufacturers face is reducing the cost of next-generation electric driveline systems and, at the same time, improving operational parameters. A typical electric AWD system cost is about 3 to 4 times the cost of a conventional mechanical system. This huge difference is likely to hurt the take rate for such systems.

This research service from the Mobility Team within Frost and Sullivan aims to provide an overview of the strategies of key OEMs in the market with regard to AWD technologies and decipher directions of developing technologies in Europe.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings
  • All-wheel Drive System Offerings by OEMs
  • Driveline Electrification Path
  • Overview of All-wheel Drive Systems Offered by OEMs
  • Overview of All-wheel Drive Systems Offered by OEMs (continued)

Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology

  • Research Scope
  • Research Aims and Objectives
  • Key Questions this Study will Answer
  • Research Background
  • Research Methodology
  • Key OEM Groups Compared in this Study

Definitions and Segmentation

  • Product Segmentation
  • System Definitions
  • System Definitions (continued)
  • System Definitions (continued)
  • System Definitions (continued)

Audi

  • Audi-Strategy Summary
  • Audi AWD Strategy Summary
  • Audi AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Audi AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design

BMW

  • BMW-Strategy Summary
  • BMW AWD Strategy Summary
  • BMW AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • BMW AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design

Hyundai

  • Hyundai-Strategy Summary
  • Hyundai AWD Strategy Summary
  • Hyundai AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Hyundai AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design

Mercedes-Benz

  • Mercedes-Benz-Strategy Summary
  • Mercedes-Benz AWD Strategy Summary
  • Mercedes-Benz AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Mercedes-Benz AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design

PSA

  • PSA-Strategy Summary
  • PSA AWD Strategy Summary
  • PSA AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • PSA AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design

TOYOTA

  • Toyota-Strategy Summary
  • Toyota AWD Strategy Summary
  • Toyota AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Toyota AWD Strategy-All Architecture Design

Volkswagen

  • Volkswagen-Strategy Summary
  • Volkswagen AWD Strategy Summary
  • VW AWD Strategy-AWD and eAWD Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • VW AWD Strategy-AWD and eAWD Architecture Design

Volvo

  • Volvo-Strategy Summary
  • Volvo AWD Strategy Summary
  • Volvo AWD Strategy-AWD and 2 eAWD Architecture Design
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy
  • Model-wise AWD Penetration and Strategy (continued)
  • Volvo AWD Strategy-AWD and 2 eAWD Architecture Design

Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action

  • Growth Opportunities in Advanced Suspension Technologies
  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word

  • The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer
  • List of Exhibits
  • List of Exhibits (continued)
  • List of Exhibits (continued)