Electric Powertrain Market Forecast in Major Countries
Technologies and future regulatory and market trends for eco-friendly vehicles by region
This report focuses on environmentally-friendly technologies and future trends of passenger cars, presenting graphs for each of the world’s major markets showing the ratio of electrified and internal-combustion engine vehicles, as well as the characteristics of electrification in each market.
While high-powered systems are becoming the global standard for hybrid vehicles, the number of 48V mild hybrids, which suppress increases in vehicle prices, is also increasing rapidly. However, Japanese hybrid vehicles differ from these global trends in that fuel-efficient systems have become the norm in line with the Japan domestic market environment.
Against the background of increasingly stringent emission regulations, the number of electrified vehicles being introduced in the market is increasing, especially in Europe and China.
Powertrain composition ratio prediction for global light vehicle sales
(LMC Automotive, Jul. 2020)
|PFCEV:||Plug-in fuel cell electric vehicle||PHEV:||Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle|
|FCEV:||Fuel cell electric vehicle||FHEV:||Full hybrid electric vehicle|
|EREV:||Extended range electric vehicle||MHEV(48V):||Mild hybrid electric vehicle (48V)|
|BEV:||Battery electric vehicle||MHEV:||Mild hybrid electric vehicle|
|IC Only:||Internal combustion only|
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Revisions to China NEV (New Energy Vehicle) Credit Policy (Sep. 2020)
Electric Cars with 48-V Powertrains (Jun. 2020)
European Market: Accelerating electrification through government measures (Jul. 2020)
Fuel cell commercial vehicles: Toyota jointly develops FC systems with major Chinese OEMs (Aug. 2020)
Technology Trends Related to the Electrification of Heavy Vehicles (trucks and buses) (Jun. 2020)
OEM Measures to Expand Sales of SUVs and Pickups in the U.S. (May 2020)
Indian Auto Expo 2020: Indian and European OEMs announce new SUVs and electric models (Feb. 2020)
NEV Industry Development Plan: China accelerating the sophistication of the NEV industry (Mar. 2020)
CES 2020: Electrified vehicles and technologies (Feb. 2020)