Market share and supply status

Who Supplies Whom information by OEM region




 Model year



ASEAN・India Honda CR-V (Thailand) 2018 Mitsubishi Turbocharger Asia Co., Ltd. Turbocharger
ASEAN・India Honda Civic (Thailand) 2018 Mitsubishi Turbocharger Asia Co., Ltd. Turbocharger
ASEAN・India Hyundai-Kia Genesis G70 (Korea) 2018 SEJI SOLTECH Co., Ltd. Turbo Charger Inlet T Joint (Plastic)
Americas Ford Lincoln Continental (AWD) (USA) 2019 BorgWarner Inc. Turbocharger(3.0T)(6AT)
Americas Ford Lincoln Continental (FF) (USA) 2019 BorgWarner Inc. Turbocharger(3.0T)(6AT)
Americas Ford Lincoln MKC (AWD) (USA) 2019 BorgWarner Inc. Turbocharger(2.0T)(6AMT)
China BAIC (Guanzhou) Senova Zhidao (FF) (China) 2019 BorgWarner Auto Spare Parts (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. Turbocharger(1.5T)(6MT)
China BMW Brilliance BMW 525Li (FR) (China) 2019 Shanghai MHI Turbocharger Co., Ltd. Turbocharger(2.0T)(8AMT)
China BMW Brilliance BMW 525i M (FR) (China) 2019 Mitsubishi Turbocharger and Engine Europe B.V. Turbocharger(2.0T)(8AMT)
Europe Aston Martin DBS Superleggera (FR) (UK) 2019 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Engine & Turbocharger, Ltd. Turbocharger(5.2T)(8AT)
Europe Audi A5 (FF) (Germany) 2019 IHI Charging Systems International GmbH (ICSI) Turbocharger(2.0T)(7DCT)
Europe Audi A7 (FF) (Germany) 2019 BorgWarner Inc. Turbocharger(3.0T)(7DCT)
Japan Nissan Infiniti Q60 (FR) (Japan) 2019 IHI Charging Systems International GmbH (ICSI) Turbocharger(2.0T)(7AMT)
Japan Nissan Infiniti Q60S (FR) (Japan) 2019 IHI Charging Systems International GmbH (ICSI) Turbocharger(2.0T)(7AMT)
Japan Toyota Lexus RC (FR) (Japan) 2019 Toyota Turbocharger(2.0T)(8AMT)
 List of suppliers

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Supplier Name Address Major Parts Suppliers Reports Country
Eaton Corporation plc 1000 Eaton Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio, 44122 USA Major Parts Suppliers image
Ogura Clutch Co., Ltd. 2-678 Aioi-cho, Kiryu-shi, Gunma-ken, 376-0011 Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Toyota Industries Corporation 2-1 Toyoda-cho, Kariya-shi, Aichi 448-8671, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Valeo Group 43 rue Bayen, 75017 Paris, France Major Parts Suppliers image
Weifu High-Technology Group Co., Ltd. No.5, Huashan Road, New District, Wuxi, Jiangsu 214031, China Major Parts Suppliers image
Mar 08, 2019

On March 6, Tesla announced it was adding V3 Supercharging to its more than 12,000-station Supercharger network across North America, Europe, and Asia.
V3 uses a new 1MW power cabinet that supports peak rates of up to 250kW per car, ensuring that a Model 3 Long Range vehicle can recover up to 75 miles of charge in 5 minutes and charge at rates of up to 1,000 miles per hour.
Tesla is also rolling out a new feature called On-Route Battery Warmup, so that when a customer navigates to a Supercharger station, the vehicle will heat the battery to reach the optimal temperature to charge, reducing average charge times by 25%.
The company will be unlocking 145kW charge rates for 12,000+ V2 Superchargers over the coming weeks.
Tesla anticipates the typical charging time at a V3 Supercharger will drop to 15 minutes, thereby enabling the company to service more than twice the number of customers per hour across the system.

(Tesla release on March 6, 2019)

Feb 13, 2019

On February 13, JLR informed that it is expanding its Ingenium engine family with a new six-cylinder petrol engine designed and engineered in-house, and manufactured at its GBP 1 billion Engine Manufacturing Centre (EMC) in Wolverhampton, UK.
The 3.0-litre straight six cylinder petrol engine, which will debut on the Range Rover Sport, is available in 360PS and 400PS versions with a torque capable of up to 495 and 550 Nm, is more responsive and better balanced than the outgoing V6 petrol.
It features a unique combination of an electric supercharger to deliver immediate response supported by a twin scroll turbocharger and Continuous Variable Valve Lift.
In addition to being committed to delivering clean diesel and petrol engines, Jaguar Land Rover is investing in electrification with next-generation Electric Drive Units (EDU) starting production at the EMC from 2020.

JLR Press Release

Dec 11, 2018

On December 5, Electrify America announced the launch of California’s first ultra-fast 350 kW Electric Vehicle Charging Station at the Simon Property Group’s San Francisco Premium Outlets location.
As part of its ongoing sustainability strategy, Electrify America is opening 10 DC fast chargers at the site, including eight 150 kW chargers and two 350 kW chargers.
The 350 kW chargers are capable of recharging an EV at 20 miles of vehicle driving range per minute, or 200 miles of range in only 10 minutes.
The 10 Electrify America chargers are co-located with 20 Tesla Superchargers making San Francisco Premium Outlets one of the largest multi-standard fast charging sites in the U.S.
In addition to San Francisco Premium Outlets, Electrify America will install charging systems at Simon locations nationwide including 17 centers in California, with 95 additional chargers.
Electrify America, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Volkswagen Group of America headquartered in Reston, Virginia with an office in Pasadena, California, is investing USD 2 billion over 10 years in Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) infrastructure and education as part of the company’s settlement over the diesel emissions scandal in the U.S.

(Electrify America release on December 5, 2018)