Concise Analysis of the International Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid Light Vehicle Market

DUBLIN, Mar. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

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"Concise Analysis of the International Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid Light Vehicle Market"

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In a recent interview with IHS SupplierBusiness, Ernie DeVincent, VP Product Development for Getrag commented: I think it is absolutely inevitable that the penetration of hybrids is going to have to increase. And this will put a great deal of pressure on the economic side of hybrids, particularly battery costs.


Because nobody will meet 54 miles per gallon in the US without a substantially higher mix of hybrids than they have today. So hybridisation is going to be a major factor and this puts a lot of pressure on economics. Hybrid vehicles, although not yet attaining very significant market share, are nevertheless a necessary and growing part of the future powertrain mix.

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction

  • Powertrain choices
  • Consumer attitudes
  • Development of the Plug-in Hybrid Market
  • Cost and value considerations
  • PHEV Environmental Performance

Market drivers

  • Emissions regulations
  • The United States
  • The European Union
  • Japan
  • China
  • Other countries
  • Fuel costs
  • Criterion emissions
  • The United States
  • Japan
  • Europe
  • China
  • Other countries

Hybrid architectures

  • Parallel hybrid architecture
  • Series hybrid architecture
  • Degrees of hybridisation
  • Full Hybrid
  • Mild or Assist Hybrids
  • Plug-hybrids or dual mode
  • Aftermarket conversions
  • Hydraulic hybrid architecture
  • Flywheel hybrid architecture
  • Air hybrid
  • Vehicle integration

Hybrid technologies

  • Higher voltage architecture
  • Batteries and energy storage
  • Energy and power density
  • Cycle life
  • Battery costs
  • Cost breakdown for lithium-ion batteries
  • Lithium ion battery construction
  • Cathodes
  • Future cathode development
  • Anode Chemistries
  • New anode technologies
  • Electrolytes and additives
  • Separators
  • Cell packaging
  • Safety circuits
  • Battery packaging
  • Manufacturing issues and quality
  • Chemistry development
  • Metal-Air batteries
  • Other battery chemistries
  • Super-capacitors and ultracapacitors
  • Energy storage membranes
  • Electric motors
  • Direct-current (DC) Motors
  • Asynchronous alternating-current (AC) motors
  • Synchronous AC motors
  • Switched reluctance motors
  • Axial-Flux Motors
  • In-wheel motors.
  • Integrated starter-generators (ISG)
  • Belt-driven alternator-starters (BAS)
  • Transmissions
  • One-mode and two-mode hybrids
  • Getrag
  • FEV
  • Fiat Powertrain
  • IAV
  • Jatco
  • ZF Friedrichafen
  • Regenerative braking systems and brake blending
  • Grid connection and a recharging infrastructure
  • Vehicle manufacturers
  • Charging facilities
  • Recharging technology companies
  • Wireless charging technology
  • Developing business models and challenges
  • New players, relationships and collaborations
  • Public infrastructure development
  • Private infrastructure development
  • Integrated solutions
  • Integrating the charging infrastructure through IT

Market development

  • Market dynamics and forecasts
  • Development of the plug-in hybrid market
  • New business models for OEMs, grid companies and suppliers
  • Market forecasts
  • North America
  • Europe
  • Japan
  • China

Companies Mentioned:

  • Bosch
  • Continental
  • Delphi
  • Evatran
  • FEV
  • Fiat
  • Fiat Powertrain
  • Getrag
  • IAV
  • Jatco
  • Mazda
  • Mitsubishi
  • TRW
  • Toyota
  • ZF Friedrichafen

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