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 Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region

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 Maker

 Model

 Model year

 Supplier

 Products

ASEAN・India・Korea Ford Everest (Thailand) 2021

Mitsubishi Electric Thai Auto-Parts Co., Ltd.

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ASEAN・India・Korea Ford Ranger (Thailand) 2021

Mitsubishi Electric Thai Auto-Parts Co., Ltd.

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ASEAN・India・Korea Honda City (Thailand) 2021

Mitsubishi Electric Thai Auto-Parts Co., Ltd.

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Americas GM Cadillac XT5 (USA) 2021

Denso Corporation

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Americas GM Cadillac XT6 (USA) 2021

Denso Corporation

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Americas GM Chevrolet Camaro (USA) 2021

Denso Corporation

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China Dongfeng Peugeot Citroen Citroen C5 X (China) 2021

Shanghai Valeo Automotive Electrical Systems Co., Ltd.

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China FAW-Volkswagen Jetta VS7 (China) 2020

Jinzhou Halla Electrical Equipment Co., Ltd.

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China GAC Toyota Toyota Levin (FF) (China) 2019

Denso Corporation

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Europe Volvo Cars Volvo XC60 (Sweden) 2021

SEG Automotive Germany GmbH (Formerly Robert Bosch Starter Motors Generators Holding GmbH)

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Europe Audi A6 (Germany) 2020

Valeo Group

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Europe BMW 320i (Germany) 2020

Denso Corporation

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Japan Daihatsu Mira e:S 2021

Denso Corporation

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Japan Daihatsu Move 2021

Denso Corporation

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Japan Daihatsu Move Custom 2021

Denso Corporation

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Anand Automotive Limited 1 Sri Aurobindo Marg, Hauz Khas, New Delhi – 110016, India Major Parts Suppliers image
APM Automotive Holdings Berhad Lot 600, Pandamaran Industrial Estate, Locked Bag No. 218, 42009 Port Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Major Parts Suppliers image
ASIMCO Technologies Limited Room 1301, 13/F, Building A, 21st Century Building, No.40, Liangmaqiao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China Major Parts Suppliers image
BorgWarner Inc. 3850 Hamlin Rd, Auburn Hills, Michigan, 48326, USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Denso Corporation 1-1, Showa-cho, Kariya, Aichi 448-8661, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
 News
Oct 12, 2021

Reported on October 9, 2021, Champion Motors has launched the all-new, 2nd-generation Suzuki Ignis compact crossover in Singapore with starting price of SGD 108,900.
The new Ignis has a cheerful and fun design, with elements inspired by past models. The headlights within the front grille, for instance, are inspired by the Cervo, while the blacked-out A- and B-pillars are reminiscent of the ones on the Swift, while the clamshell bonnet is inspired by the Vitara.
The model developed under Suzuki’s Heartect platform is powered by a 1.2-liter inline-4 that provides 82 hp at 6,000 rpm and 107 Nm of torque at 2,800rpm, paired with a CVT gearbox, with top speed claimed at 155km/h. It is equipped with a mild hybrid system that includes an integrated starter generator, which helps deliver improved performance and fuel economy. Suzuki claims the Ignis can average 18.5km per liter. The model is classified as VES neutral.
(From an article of Torque.com.sg on October 9, 2021)

Oct 11, 2021

Garrett Motion Inc. (Garrett Motion) announced that it plans to begin serial production of its Electric Turbo (E-Turbo) on a new state-of-the-art, fully dedicated and automated production line beginning in the fourth quarter of 2021. The technology is expected to be introduced next year for the first time at scale in Mercedes-AMG premium hybrid vehicles. Garrett Motion is engaged in multiple other electrification projects with customers worldwide for both passenger and commercial vehicles. The E-Turbo utilizes a high-speed electric motor positioned on the turbo shaft to spool the compressor more rapidly and eliminate lag, dramatically improving transient engine performance and low-end engine torque. The E-Turbo can recuperate otherwise wasted energy as an electrical generator to power the hybrid motor directly or recharge the battery in certain driving situations. (From a press release dated October 1, 2021)

Oct 07, 2021

On October 7, 2021, Mazda Motor Corporation announced it plans to expand its SUV lineup starting from 2022. The new models will include the Mazda CX-50 to be produced in its new U.S. plant, as well as models in its Large Product group, including the Mazda CX-60, Mazda CX-70, Mazda CX-80 and Mazda CX-90, all of which are slated for introduction over the next two years between 2022 and 2023.
The Mazda CX-50 is a crossover SUV that will be added as a new core model to the lineup and be introduced in the U.S. market. The production of the CX-50 will begin in January 2022 at the new Mazda-Toyota joint venture factory, Mazda Toyota Manufacturing, U.S.A., Inc. (MTMUS), built in Huntsville, Alabama, in the U.S.
As for the Large Product group, markets with narrower roads and smaller parking lots such as Europe and Japan, will welcome the introduction of the two-row seat CX-60 and the three-row seat CX-80. Meanwhile, the CX-70 and CX-90 will hit the road in North America and other markets where larger models with a big presence are preferred. Both models feature the wide body type, with the CX-70 having two rows of seats and the CX-90 having three.
The Large Product group models will offer a variety of choices of electrified powertrains to respond to each country's electrification roadmap. The European market, where electrification is already in-full-swing, will primarily see the introduction of plug-in hybrid models with straight-four gasoline engines combined with a motor drive. The straight-six new generation Skyactiv-X gasoline engine and Skyactiv-D diesel engine will also be introduced in combination with a 48V mild hybrid system.
In North America where high-power performance is valued, Mazda will introduce both turbo-charged straight-six gasoline engine models and plug-in hybrid models to meet customer requirements and respond to environmental regulations. Due to the enduring popularity of diesel engines in Japan, a straight-six Skyactiv-D diesel model with a 48V mild hybrid system and plug-in hybrid models will be introduced to the Japanese lineup.
In parallel, Mazda will carry out sales promotion activities for its first mass-production EV, the MX-30, and introduce models which incorporate multiple electrification technologies that use a rotary engine as a generator from the first half of 2022. In addition, Mazda will introduce a product line that uses an EV-dedicated platform from around 2025. Through the introduction of these models, Mazda plans to complete the electrification of all the models it produces by 2030.
(Mazda release on October 7, 2021)