Nearly 80% Of Passenger Cars Are Sold With Manual Transmission In Europe
This Intelligence Set includes the third edition of our clutches report, along with profiles of Aisin Seiki, LuK, Valeo, and ZF.
This Intelligence Set includes the third edition of our clutches report, along with profiles of Aisin Seiki, LuK, Valeo, and ZF. It offers excellent value for money and will allow you to discover where the market is heading and how your competitors are performing.
Of the three main vehicle markets of the developed world, Europe remains unique in that nearly 80% of passenger cars are sold with manual transmission. Europe's sceptical consumers, however, may be persuaded to embrace new technologies such as the dual-clutch transmission pioneered by Volkswagen Group.
Although automatic transmissions are gaining a greater market share, especially in northern Europe, consumer resistance remains strong. Motorists with an interest in performance prefer changing gear for themselves, while those more concerned with economy still believe that - quite apart from their extra cost - automatic transmissions deliver inferior economy.
Emerging technologies include automatic clutches and electric manual transmissions. Research into these technologies is particularly advanced in Europe and Japan.
In this third edition reviewing the key market drivers for OE vehicle gearbox clutches, publisher updates the analysis of the impact of the 'alternative' transmissions types, such as belt-and-pulley continuously variable transmission ( CVT ), the roller-in-toroid infinitely variable transmission and the automated manual transmission ( AMT ).
Our product fitment forecasts in chapter two extends to 2011, determining the market ( by volume and value ) worldwide ( and by major car-producing region ) for manual transmissions and AMTs. Chapter three reviews the technical advances in clutches, defining the parts that make up the clutch itself as well as what we can expect to see in tomorrow's cars. This chapter includes exclusive interviews with BorgWarner, Continental Automotive Systems and LuK. Chapter four provides brief profiles of the major clutch manufacturers, namely, Aisin Seiki Exedy, FCC, LuK, Valeo and ZF Sachs.
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Looks at the market, providing an overview of the major players, their market shares, value, and forecasts to 2011.
Chapter 3 - Is a technical review, highlighting advances and innovations such as Bugatti's revolutionary seven-speed twin-clutch DSG gearbox to be used in its Veyron car, due to be launched in late 2005. This chapter looks specifically at CVT's, Dual control and motorsport innovations.
Chapter 4 - This chapter profiles the major manufacturers in the clutches market, giving details of components produced, manufacturing locations, sales figures, recent activity, ownership and subsidiaries where relevant.
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