Analysis Report: Instrument Panel (European & U.S. markets)

Major supplier trends

2018/04/06

List of Suppliers

Faurecia IAC Group Grupo Antolin Inteva Products Yanfeng Automotive Trim
SAS Autosystemtechnik Draexlmaier Group

Refer to the Japanese market report



I. Introduction

The instrument panel is one of the major interior parts of an automobile, along with seating systems and interior trim. It is important not only in terms of its functionality, operability, and safety, but also as a major element of the interior design concept.

  • The front cockpit area of the instrument panel is comprised mainly of the dashboard, usually made of plastic resin, with the following features and controls surrounding the perimeter of the instrument panel.
    • Consoles
    • Glove box
    • Cluster meters and meter hoods
    • Ventilators
    • Car navigation and audio equipment
    • Switches
    • Passenger seat air bag, etc.

  • Major western suppliers of Instrument Panel, Consoles, and Glove Box are:
    • France: Faurecia
    • Luxembourg: IAC Group (International Automotive Components)
    • Spain: Grupo Antolin
    • Italy: Magneti Marelli
    • US: Inteva Products
    • China: Yanfeng Automotive Trim

  • In recent years, mainly in North America, the trend is for suppliers to perform part of the finished vehicle assembly process for the OEM by providing a "cockpit module", assembled nearby the OEM's plant, into which the aforementioned components are integrated with the instrument panel. The following are some of the key suppliers with significant business in the automotive markets of Europe and North America:
    • SAS Autosystemtechnik (Germany)
      (A joint venture between Faurecia of France and Continental of Germany, SAS Automotive specializes in the assembly of cockpit systems and modules)
    • Draexlmaier
    • IAC Group
    • Inteva, etc.

  • The supply base for instrument panels has experienced a number of mergers and acquisitions since 2000, similar to other automotive systems and components, but that M&A activity has calmed down in recent years. In the North American market, suppliers such as Visteon, Lear, Inteva, and Magna International had been competing intensively, but in the past ten years the situation has evolved as described below. As a result, with the exception of Inteva, currently the major suppliers for the North American market are all European suppliers. (Japanese and Chinese suppliers are not included in this report.)
    • In the 2006 to 2007 timeframe, Lear of the U.S. sold its interior business in Europe and the Americas to the IAC Group (International Automotive Components) headquartered in Luxembourg.
    • At the end of 2013, Visteon of the U.S. sold its interior division (except for the electronics portion) to form Yanfeng Automotive Trim Systems Co., Ltd. of China.
    • In October 2015 Magna International sold its interior business to Grupo Antolin of Spain.



Scope of components and suppliers in this report:

This report focuses on instrument panel suppliers headquartered in Europe or the U.S., including an analysis of instrument panel standalone or integrated with the aforementioned major parts such as the center console, glove box, console boxes, and overhead consoles.
Regarding the installation status by model, as accurately as possible we will summarize the information by target part, including the adjoining meter units, cockpit modules, and instrument panel assembly.

Yanfeng Automotive Trim Systems, which acquired the interior division of Visteon, is a major supplier in the European and U.S. markets, but it is a Chinese supplier and not headquartered in the West, so it has been excluded from this report. In addition, major Japanese-affiliated suppliers such as Toyoda Gosei and Calsonic Kansei are described in detail in the separate version of this report for the Japanese market.



II. Overview of major instrument panel suppliers

Faurecia S.A.

Business summary:
  • Established in 1929 and based in France, Faurecia is a global supplier of automotive components ranked 9th in the world (FY 2016) with global sales of EUR 18,711 million.
    (FY 2017 sales were EUR 20,182 million, up 7.9% y/y, but we are unable to calculate Faurecia's global ranking because the data for all other companies is not yet available.)
  • Faurecia is comprised of three business groups, in order of sales amount: Automotive Seating, Interiors, and Clean Mobility (emissions control).
    (In July 2016 Faurecia sold its automotive exteriors business to Plastic Omnium S.A. of France for EUR 665 million.)
  • Its interior division, which includes instrument panel, recorded sales of EUR 5,336 million (FY 2017), making Faurecia one of the largest suppliers in the automotive interior business.
  • Although a French supplier, Ford and VW each account for about 18% of Faurecia's overall sales, followed by Renault-Nissan and PSA of France with each accounting for around 14%, and finally Diamler at about 6%. Together, sales to these top five companies account for approximately 70% of Faurecia's overall company sales revenue. (FY 2017)
  • Faurecia sales by region (FY 2016) were led by Europe at 51%, where Faurecia is headquartered, followed by 28% for North America, and 17% for Asia including China, which is almost one third that of Europe. Sales for the European and the U.S. markets, including Europe where Faurecia is headquartered, currently accounts for just under 80% of its total sales, but with the trend towards sales expansion in the Asian markets, the Asia portion of Faurecia's global sales is likely to increase significantly going forward. SAS Autosystemtechnik Verwaltungs GmbH, a specialty supplier of cockpit module assembly, falls under the Faurecia group's umbrella as a joint venture operated with Continental AG, Germany. At present Faurecia does not have a manufacturing footprint in Asia, but serves its Asian customers out of its production facilities in Europe, North America, and South America.
  • Recent interior business partnerships
    • In December 2016 Faurecia started exclusive negotiations to form a strategic alliance with French infotainment and connectivity supplier Parrot Automotive SAS. Since Faurecia does not the in-house capability to supply on-board information equipment like its competitive rival Magneti Marelli, Faurecia is aiming to strengthen its position in this area as a systems supplier by increasing the value-added content of its cockpit modules.
      • Acquired 20% of Parrot Automotive's shares in 2017
      • Plans to increase its shareholding ratio to 50.01% by 2019
      • Plans to acquire all shares by 2022
    • Faurecia announced the formation of a partnership with Mahle of Germany for the joint development of thermal management technology for the interiors of future mobility solutions. Joint development themes include topics such as "air conditioning solutions for EVs" and "personalized thermal management for the cockpits of tomorrow".

Production / R&D Locations:

The business divisions of Faurecia are represented in about 300 locations in 34 countries, of which 235 are production sites and 30 are R&D sites. In the past three years, three new sites relating to instrument panels have been established, two in China and one in Brazil, as follows:

  • In May 2015, Faurecia (35%) formed a joint venture in Brazil, FMM Pernambuco Componentes Automotivos Limitada, with Magneti Marelli (65%) of Italy, for the production of automotive interior parts. The JV is located in the supplier park as the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) plant in the city of Goiana, Pernambuco, Brazil, and manufactures instrument panel, cockpit, center console, door panels, etc., which it supplies for the Jeep Renegade vehicles assembled by FCA. Long term the JV is targeting its annual sales to exceed EUR 200 million.
  • In November 2015, Faurecia established Dongfeng Faurecia Automotive Interior Company, a 50:50 joint venture company with Dongfeng Hongtai of China and started construction of its plant in the Wuhan Economic & Technological Development Zone, which went into operation in August 2016. The JV mainly produces components such as instrument panel, door panels, sound insulation parts, and interior and exterior plastic parts, which it supplies to automakers such as Dongfeng Motor, Dongfeng Passenger Cars, Renault, and Dongfeng Honda. The site area of the JV is about 30,000 square meters, with an annual production capacity of 1 million sets, with plans to build a test center as well. The JV is targeting to achieve sales of more than CNY 3 billion by 2020.
  • In November 2017, Faurecia established the joint venture Faurecia Liuzhou Automotive Interior Co., Ltd. with Liuzhou Wuling Automobile Industry Co., Ltd., a subsidiary associated with the SAIC Group. The JV supplies interior parts such as instrument panel, center console, door panels, and sound insulation parts for SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile (SGMW) and develops and manufactures interior parts for other automakers. The JV is headquartered in Liuzhou, in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region and is targeting to achieve sales of CNY 1.3 billion annually at 3 plants by 2022.



IAC Group (International Automotive Components)

Business summary:
  • Headquartered in Luxembourg, IAC is one of the largest suppliers in the field of automotive interior products, specializing in products such as door systems, overhead and floor systems, as well as the instrument panel and consoles described in this report.
  • The IAC Group was formed in 2005 by WL Ross & Co., LLC and Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC to acquire the European operations of Collins & Aikman. The turning point for the company in becoming a major supplier was during the 2006 to 2007 timeframe when it purchased the interior business division of Lear of the USA. Since then, the IAC Group has further expanded its North American and European market presence including interior business with the Detroit Big-3 which it took over from Lear.
  • It consists of the following business units:
    • Door systems
    • Instrument panels and consoles
    • Floor and acoustic systems (soundproofing and vibration dampening material)
    • Headliner & overhead systems
    • Other interior and exterior parts
  • FY 2016 IAC sales by region were led by the Americas with 55% followed by 38% for the European market as a result of having taken over the interior business from Lear and having its global headquarters located in Luxembourg. Compared to its market presence in the two major western markets, IAC's sales in Asia are only 7%, and its expansion in the Asian market lags far behind that of its competition with only 6 plants in China and 5 in India.

Production / R&D Locations:

IAC has 77 production sites in 21 countries worldwide for all of its business units. In the past three years, IAC has established instrument panel production sites as follows, one in Europe (Poland), two in the Americas (Mexico, Brazil), and one in Asia (China).

  • In May 2015, a new factory was opened in Arteaga, Mexico to manufacture products such as instrument panels, floor consoles, armrests, and door panels. The plant has a floor area of 8,361 square meters with about 320 employees. It is the eighth production site in Mexico for the IAC Group.
  • In July 2015, IAC established a plant in Hangzhou, China that produces instrument panels, center consoles and door panels and trim. The plant has a floor area of 7,300 square meters with 220 employees. At present, customers being supplied product from this plant include Changan Ford, FAW-GM, and Chery Jaguar Land Rover.
  • In June 2016, IAC opened its first production facility South America in Itatiaia, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the assembly and supply of cockpit modules. The plant has a floor area of 4,500 square meters with 40~50 employees. For the time being, product is supplied primarily for the high-end SUVs produced locally by JLR (Jaguar Land Rover). The components that comprise the cockpit module are supplied from five IAC plants in the UK.
  • In October 2017, IAC opened its 27th plant in Europe in Opole, Poland that manufactures interior parts such as instrument panels. The plant has a total area of 27,000 square meters, with plans to employ about 550 people. The Opole location will also become the development and production site for IAC premium quality interior products.

Other:
  • In 2016, IAC sold its subsidiary Japan IAC Co., Ltd., manufacturing instrument panels in Japan, to Akeel Holdings LLC, and the company has been renamed as Japan Plastics Technologies Co., Ltd. or JPTech for short. Details of this company are described in the Japanese market version of this report.



Grupo Antolin

Business summary:
  • Headquartered in Spain, Grupo Antolin is a supplier of automotive interior parts, with significant business in overhead systems and sun visors in the global market and door panels in the European market. However, its Cockpits & Consoles business unit, which includes instrument panel, is located in Allershausen, Germany. For the aforementioned key interior system components covered in this report, Grupo Antolin is relatively weak in the instrument panel market, even in Europe, where its market share is less than 10%.
  • The company, privately held and managed by the Antolin family, was established in 1985, but increased its holdings in the instrument panel business by acquiring the interiors operations of Magna International, a mega supplier, in 2015. With the consolidation of the earnings of the interiors business acquired from Magna, Groupo Antolin recorded consolidated sales in FY 2016 representing an increase of about 50% compared to the previous year.
  • The company supplies product mainly to European automakers, with no significant concentration in any one customer, but in terms of FY 2016 overall company sales, Grupo Antolin sales to the Spain subsidiary SEAT of the VW Group represented their largest customer. However, in recent years the company's sales to Ford and FCA, in addition to VW, has been stable, with product supplied to these three companies accounting for 40% of its overall sales.
  • The company is comprised of 5 business units (BU), with the breakdown of business share for each BU described below. As mentioned above, its European market share for instrument panel is less than 10%. However, with the acquisition of the interior operations of Magna in 2015, sales of its Cockpits & Consoles BU to which instrument panels belong increased by 238% year-over-year, making it the third largest BU in terms of its contribution to overall company sales. from the previous year and the company-wide sales In the division ratio of the company, it was in the form of contributing 3rd among the 5 departments. As of 2018, the company currently has four BU following the divestiture of its fourth largest Seats & Metal BU to Lear of the U.S. in 2017.
    1. OVERHEADS & SOFT TRIM BU; 40%
    2. DOORS & HARD TRIM BU; 28%
    3. COCKPITS & CONSOLES BU; 21%
    4. SEATS & METAL BU; 6%
    5. LIGHTING BU; 5%

Production / R&D Locations:
  • In August 2015, with the completion of its acquisition of interior operations of Magna International, including instrument panel, Grupo Antolin gained 36 manufacturing sites in Europe, North America and Asia and about 12,000 employees. As a result of the acquisition, its workforce has doubled to about 28,000 employees, and the number of its production locations increased from 125 to 161 plants.
  • In the past three years Grupo Antolin has established a number of new plants for the production of overhead systems and door panels, but it has not done so for instrument panel since the number of instrument panel plants increased significantly with the acquisition of Magna's interior operations. However, at the end of the fiscal year ending December 2017, the company has made plans to increase capital investment to establish plants in Tianjin, China and Straubing, Germany.



Magneti Marelli S.p.A.

  • Established in 1919 and based in Italy, Magneti Marelli is a major automotive components supplier affiliated with the FCA Group with global sales of EUR 7,900 million and ranked 26th (FY 2016) worldwide.
  • Its OEM business is comprised of the six divisions mentioned below, and the instrument panel (dashboard) and center console are handled by the Plastic Components & Modules division, along with bumpers and fuel tanks. Although the share of the instrument panel business is insignificant at Magneti Marelli, whose strengths lie in the area of electronics and electrical equipment, the market for instrument panel is expected to grow with the popularization of autonomous driving technology, with instrument panels as part of the cockpit systems that incorporate displays of the electronic system and IVI (In-Vehicle Infotainment).
    • Automotive Lighting
    • Powertrain
    • Electronic Systems
    • Suspension Systems
    • Exhaust Systems
    • Plastic Components & Modules
  • The company supplies all of the leading automakers in Europe, North America, South America, and Asia. As stated above, since they are an FCA affiliate company, sales to FCA accounts for around 30% of the company's overall sales.

Production / R&D Locations:
  • As of the end of December 2016, the company had 86 production locations 45 research and development locations worldwide.
  • In the past 3 years, the company has not established any new production or research and development locations for products such as instrument panels and center consoles.



Inteva Products, LLC

Business summary:
  • Inteva is a leading automotive components supplier headquartered in Troy, Michigan, USA, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Renco Group, Inc.
  • Its business is comprised of the four divisions mentioned below. The Interior Systems division is responsible for the development, manufacturing and sales of various interior products such as instrument panels, consoles, glove boxes, and door trim parts. Inteva is, to some extent, also engaged in the assembly and supply cockpit modules.
    • Closure Systems
    • Interior Systems
    • Motors & Electronics
    • Roof Systems
  • In 2014, the company announced the development of its All-Olefin, Soft-Skin, Stitched Full Instrument Panel System. This instrument panel system has the advantages of delivering a luxurious appearance with lower-cost, lower-mass materials. Inteva's patented "Inteather" material is used to optimize the softness and pliability needed for wrapability, and contains all-Olefin material, allowing for lower weight and high recyclability. Inteva also developed a manufacturing process that allows for both press bonding and press lamination, the first time both have been possible for complex systems like a full instrument panel.

Production / R&D Locations:

Inteva has 50 locations in 18 countries around the world. In the past 3 years, the following locations related to instrument panel have been established:

  • In April 2015, the company moved its German technical center from Wuppertal to Solingen, establishing the Solingen Technical Center. With the establishment of its new technical center, Inteva aims to strengthen its capability to support its European automaker customer base with regards to the development, engineering, design, and product testing of components such as cockpits, interior parts, latches, door modules, interior trim, motors, and plastic parts.
  • In September 2017, the company opened a new plant in Silao, Mexico, its sixth plant in Mexico. The plant manufactures door panel and instrument panel that are supplied to GM. The site area is 300,000 square feet and future plans include the manufacturing of roof systems, closure systems, motors and electronics products.



Yanfeng Automotive Trim Systems Co., Ltd.

Because it is a Chinese company, outside the scope of this report, we will only mention it briefly because it used to be the interior division of Visteon USA.

  • The company is a 100% wholly-owned subsidiary of China's Huayu Automotive Systems Co., Ltd.
  • At the end of 2013, Visteon agreed to sell its 50% stake in its Chinese joint venture Yanfeng Visteon Automotive Trim Systems Co., Ltd. to Huayu Automotive Systems, and the company's name was changed to Yanfeng Automotive Trim Systems Co., Ltd.
  • The company inherited the interior business from Visteon, which includes contracts to supply Western automakers with interior products such as instrument panels, consoles, and glove boxes.



SAS Autosystemtechnik Verwaltungs GmbH

  • A joint venture between Faurecia S.A. of France and Continental AG of Germany, SAS Automotive is a German-based supplier specializing in the assembly of cockpit modules.
  • SAS Automotive is German-based supplier specializing in the assembly of cockpit modules.
  • The company is a joint venture between Faurecia S.A. of France and Continental AG of Germany.
  • The company has its manufacturing footprint in Europe and the Americas (assembly subsidiaries), making it capable of delivering product directly to its OEM customer plants.



Draexlmaier Group (Fritz Draexlmaier GmbH & Co. KG)

  • This supplier is based in Germany and its products include interior components, electronic devices, wiring harness, and batteries.
  • In addition to the production of instrument panel and consoles for luxury segment models in the European market, the company also assembles cockpit modules.



III. Global development status of major instrument panel suppliers

1) Diagram of major alliances and joint ventures

Faurecia S.A. IAC Group (International Automotive Components)
Grupo Antolin Magneti Marelli S.p.A.

Faurecia S.A.

IAC Group (International Automotive Components)

Grupo Antolin

Magneti Marelli S.p.A.



IV. List of major instrument panel suppliers by OEM and product

European Market

CM: Cockpit Module / P: Inst Panel / Co: Console / G: Glove box / M: Meter (Display)
Items in ( ) indicates products supplied in the past
[EU Production Brands] BMW Daimler FCA Ford (EU) Honda Hyundai / Kia Jaguar Land Rover PSA Renault-Nissan Toyota Volkswagen Volvo Cars
Alfa Romeo Fiat Maserati Peugeot Citroen / DS Opel /
Vauxhall
Renault Nissan VW Audi Porsche SEAT Skoda
Benecke-Kaliko P
Bosch M M M M
CalsonicKansei CM CM, M
Celanese P
Continental M M M M M P, M M
DAA Draexlmaier P P, Co CM, P, Co CM, P, Co
Denso CM
Dr. Schneider (P) G
Draexlmaier P
Faurecia P, Co P, Co P, Co (P) P, Co P, Co P P, Co, G P P, Co P P, Co
Gestamp Automocion Co
GRAMMER Co
Grupo Antolin CM Co Co Co CM
(Magna International) (CM), (P) Co Co P
Hanil E-HWA (Co)
Hitachi Chemical (Co)
IAC CM, P, (Co) CM, P, Co CM, P
Inteva P CM, Co
Magneti Marelli P, M P, M P, M (P), M P, M P, (M) P, M P, M P, M P P
Mahle P
Major Skt Oto Donanım Sanayi Ve Ticaret (Co)
Mobis CM
Moriroku Technology Co, (G)
Nifco (G) G (G)
Nihon Plast (Co), G
Nippon Seiki M M M M (M)
Novem P (P) Co
Preh P
REUM (Co)
SAS Autosystemtechnik CM
Shanghai Tongling Automotive P, Co (P), (Co)
Sitech Sitztechnik P, (Co)
SMP P (Co)
ToyodaGosei (P), (Co), (G)
Trumeter Co
Venture Otto (Co)
Visteon M M M M M M M M M (M) M
Yanfeng P P Co (Co) P P
Yazaki M M
ZF TRW (P)



U.S. Market

CM: Cockpit Module / P: Inst Panel / Co: Console / G: Glove box / M: Meter (Display)
Items in ( ) indicates products supplied in the past
[US Production Brands] FCA Daimler Ford GM Honda Hyundai / Kia Jaguar Land Rover Nissan Tesla Toyota VW
Chrysler Fiat
ABC Group (Co) P P
AGM Co
Bosch Co
Calsonic Kansei CM, P, M
Celanese Co
Continental M M CM M
Control Instruments Automotive (M)
DAA Draexlmaier P
Denso M M M (CM), (M)
Diversity-Vuteq P
Faurecia P, Co, G Co P
Flex Co
GRAMMER Co Co
Haartz Co
Hitachi Chemical Co
IAC (CM), P, (Co) CM, P, Co CM, P, Co P CM
Inteva CM, P CM, P, Co P, Co
Kongsberg (Co)
LG Electronics M
Grupo Antolin
(formerly Magna Int'l)
(P) P
Magneti Marelli (P), M (P), M
Mold Masters G
Moriroku Technology Co, G
Nihon Plast G
Nippon Seiki M M M
Ningbo Jifeng Auto Co
Novem P Co (P)
Piolax G
Preh Co
Toyoda Gosei Co, (G)
Visteon M M M M
Yanfeng P, Co Co, G Co P P, Co
Yazaki M


V. List of components by supplier, OEM, and model

1) EU Market / Production Models

OEM Model MY Modules Inst Panel Consoles
[C] Center
[F] Floor
[R] Rear
[O] Overhead
Glove box Meters
[C] Combi Meter
[L] Liquid-crystal display
[T] Telematics
Alfa Romeo Giulia 2017 Faurecia Faurecia [C] Magneti Marelli [L]
Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2017 Magneti Marelli Continental [C]
Magneti Marelli [C]
Alfa Romeo MiTo (Europe) 2013 Continental [C]
Alfa Romeo Stelvio 2018 Magneti Marelli [L]
Audi A1 2017 Continental [C]
Audi A3 2017 Faurecia Continental [C]
Audi A4 (Germany) 2016 Magneti Marelli Bosch [L]
Magneti Marelli [L]
Audi A6 2013 Faurecia Novem [C] Bosch [C]
Audi A7 2013 SMP Bosch [C]
Audi Q2 2017 Celanese
Audi Q5 2017 Magneti Marelli [C]
Audi Q7 (Slovakia) 2016 Grupo Antolin
Audi TT 2016 Magneti Marelli [C]
Bosch [L]
BMW 1-Series (Europe) 2012 Faurecia [C]
BMW 2 Series active tourer (Germany) 2014 GRAMMER [C]
BMW 3 Series 2017 Faurecia Visteon [C]
Continental [C]
BMW 5 Series 2017 Draexlmaier [C] Continental [C]
BMW 7 Series 2017 Novem Inteva [R] Bosch [L]
Visteon [C]
BMW i3 2015 Mahle [C] Nippon Seiki [C]
BMW X5 2015 Benecke-Kaliko Benecke-Kaliko [C]
DAA Draexlmaier [C]
Preh [C]
Bosch [C]
Chrysler Jeep Renegade (USA) 2015 Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli [C]
Citroen Berlingo 2012 Magneti Marelli
Citroen C1 2014 Faurecia
Citroen C4 (Europe) 2013 Visteon [C]
Citroen C4 Picasso 2014 Grupo Antolin
Citroen C4 Picasso (France) 2015 Magneti Marelli [C]
Citroen C4 Picasso (Spain) 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Citroen Grand C4 Picasso 2013 Magneti Marelli [C]
DS (Citroen) DS3 (Europe) 2013 Visteon [C]
DS (Citroen) DS5 2013 Visteon [C]
DS (Citroen) DS 5LS (for China) 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
DS (Citroen) DS6 (for China & Asia) 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Dacia Lodgy 2013 Visteon [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2012 Yanfeng
Daimler Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2017 Continental [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz E-Class 2017 Continental [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class 2013 Faurecia
Daimler Mercedes-Benz GLE Class 2014 Inteva Inteva [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2015 Faurecia Faurecia [C] Continental [L]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe 2015 SAS Autosystemtechnik Faurecia Faurecia [C] [F]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz SL-Class 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz SLC Class 2014 Faurecia [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz Vito (Spain) 2016 Visteon [C]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz X-Class (Spain) 2017 Calsonic Kansei
Fiat 500 (Italy) 2015 Magneti Marelli
Fiat 500 Cult 2014 Magneti Marelli [C]
Fiat 500L 2012 Magneti Marelli Magneti Marelli [C]
Fiat 500L (Serbia) 2012 Denso Yanfeng Yanfeng [F]
Fiat 500S (Poland) 2016 Magneti Marelli [L]
Fiat 500X 2016 Sole [F] Magneti Marelli [C]
Fiat Bravo Street 2012 Magneti Marelli
Fiat Panda 2012 Magneti Marelli
Fiat Punto Evo Int 2012 Magneti Marelli
Ford Focus (Europe) 2013 Visteon [C]
Ford Kuga 2013 IAC IAC
Ford Mondeo 2013 IAC IAC
Ford Mondeo Saloon/Hatchback (Spain) 2014 IAC Grupo Antolin (Magna) [O]
Ford Transit Connect (Turkey) 2012 Major Skt Oto Donanım Sanayi Ve Ticaret
Honda Accord (Europe) 2012 Moriroku Technology [C] Nihon Plast
Hyundai i10 (Europe) 2013 Mobis
Jaguar Land Rover Jaguar F-PACE (UK) 2016 Visteon [L]
Jaguar Land Rover Jaguar F-Type (UK) 2014 Draexlmaier [C]
Jaguar Land Rover Jaguar XE (UK) 2016 Visteon [C]
Jaguar Land Rover Jaguar XF (UK) 2016 Grupo Antolin
Jaguar Land Rover Jaguar XJ (UK) 2016 Visteon [C]
Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Discovery Sport (UK) 2015 IAC IAC IAC [C]
Grupo Antolin (Magna) [O]
Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Range Rover (UK) 2015 Draexlmaier Draexlmaier Draexlmaier [C]
Trumeter [O]
Visteon [C]
Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (UK) 2015 IAC IAC Nippon Seiki [C]
Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Range Rover Sport (UK) 2015 Draexlmaier Draexlmaier [C]
Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Range Rover Velar 2017 Visteon [L] (HMI)
Kia cee'd (Europe) 2012 Yanfeng [C]
Magyar Suzuki Suzuki SX4 (Hungary) 2013 RAK Antenna Gyarto
Maserati Ghibli (Italy) 2017 Draexlmaier Draexlmaier [C]
Maserati Gran Turismo Coupe 2012 Magneti Marelli
Maserati Levante (Italy) 2017 Draexlmaier Draexlmaier [C] Magneti Marelli [C]
Maserati Quattroporte (Italy) 2017 Draexlmaier [C] Magneti Marelli [C]
Nissan Almera 2013 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Qashqai (Europe) 2014 Calsonic Kansei
Nissan Juke (Europe) 2013 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Leaf 2017 Continental [C]
Nissan X-Trail (Europe) 2014 Calsonic Kansei
Opel/Vauxhall Zafira Tourer (Europe) 2013 Faurecia
Peugeot 108 2014 Faurecia
Peugeot 208 (Europe) 2013 Faurecia Visteon [C]
Peugeot 308 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C] Magneti Marelli [C]
Nippon Seiki [C]
Peugeot 308SW 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Peugeot 2008 2014 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Grupo Antolin
Peugeot 3008 2017 Magneti Marelli [C]
Magneti Marelli [T] (HMI)
Peugeot 5008 2017 Magneti Marelli [C]
Magneti Marelli [T] (HMI)
Peugeot Traveller 2017 Yazaki [C]
Porsche 911 GT2 RS 2017 Magneti Marelli [C]
Porsche 911 Turbo (Germany) 2016 Magneti Marelli [C]
Porsche Cayenne 2013 Yanfeng
Porsche Macan 2017 Draexlmaier Draexlmaier
Magneti Marelli
Draexlmaier [C] Magneti Marelli [C]
Renault Clio (Europe) 2014 Faurecia
Yanfeng Visteon
Renault Megane (Spain) 2016 Visteon [C]
Renault Scenic (France) 2016 Faurecia Faurecia [C] Faurecia
Renault ZOE 2012 Magneti Marelli
Rolls-Royce Ghost 2013 Preh [C]
SEAT Ibiza 2012 Magneti Marelli
SEAT Mii 2012 Magneti Marelli
Skoda Citigo 2012 Magneti Marelli
Skoda Octavia (Europe) 2014 Grupo Antolin (Magna) Visteon [C]
Suzuki Vitara 2016 Nippon Seiki [C]
Toyota Auris (Europe) 2013 Continental [C]
Toyota Auris Station Wagon 2014 Grupo Antolin
Toyota Aygo 2014 Faurecia
Toyota Corolla 2017 Continental [C]
Volkswagen Beetle Dune (Germany) 2016 Continental
Volkswagen Cross up! 2013 Magneti Marelli [C]
Volkswagen e-up! (Europe) 2013 Magneti Marelli [C]
Volkswagen Golf 2017 Continental [C]
Visteon [C]
Volkswagen Golf GTI 2013 Faurecia
Volkswagen Jetta 2013 Visteon [C]
Volkswagen Passat 2017 Faurecia Continental [C]
Volkswagen Passat 1.4 TSI Comfortline (Germany) 2016 Sitech Sitztechnik
Volkswagen Polo (Germany) 2017 Faurecia Faurecia [C] Continental [C] [T]
Volkswagen Scirocco (Germany) 2017 Shanghai Tongling Automotive Technologies Shanghai Tongling Automotive Technologies
Volkswagen Sharan II 2014 Nifco
Volkswagen Touareg II 2014 Toyota Boshoku [O] Nifco Bosch [C]
Volkswagen Touran 2017 Continental [C]
Volkswagen T-Roc (Germany) 2017 Gestamp Automocion Dr. Schneider Continental [C]
Volkswagen up! 2012 Magneti Marelli
Volvo Cars S60 (Belgium) 2015 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Volvo Cars V40 2017 Faurecia Yazaki [C] [T]
Volvo Cars V60 (Sweden) 2015 Faurecia
Volvo Cars Volvo XC90 (Sweden) 2016 IAC IAC Bosch [T]
Created from information from press releases or directly from companies (contains some estimates made by MarkLines).



2) U.S. Market / Production Models

OEM Model MY Modules Inst Panel Consoles
[C] Center
[F] Floor
[R] Rear
[O] Overhead
Glove box Meters
[C] Combi Meter
[L] Liquid-crystal display
[T] Telematics
AM General MV-1 2014 Inteva Inteva [C]
Chrysler Jeep Cherokee (USA) 2014 AGM [O]
Chrysler Jeep Compass 2017 Magneti Marelli [C]
Chrysler Jeep Grand Cherokee 2016 Nippon Seiki [C]
Chrysler Pacifica 2017 Celanese [C] Nippon Seiki [C]
Chrysler Ram 1500 2013 Yanfeng Yanfeng [F] Piolax Continental [C]
Chrysler Ram ProMaster (Mexico) 2013 IAC
Chrysler Ram ProMaster (USA) 2014 IAC
Daimler Mercedes-Benz C-Class (USA) 2015 GRAMMER [F]
Daimler Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe (USA) 2016 Inteva Inteva
Novem
Daimler Mercedes-Benz GLS Class (USA) 2014 Inteva Inteva
Daimler Mercedes-Benz Metris (USA) 2015 GRAMMER [F]
Fiat 500e (Mexico) 2014 Magneti Marelli [C]
Ford C-Max Hybrid (USA) 2013 Faurecia IAC [C] [F]
Ford Edge (Canada) 2014 IAC IAC IAC [F]
Ford Edge (USA) 2015 IAC [F]
Ford Escape (USA) 2016 Faurecia IAC [F] Yanfeng Visteon [C]
Ford F-150 (USA) 2016 Visteon [C]
Ford Fiesta (Mexico) 2013 Faurecia Faurecia [C] Visteon [C]
Ford Fusion 2017 Visteon [C]
Ford Fusion (USA) 2013 IAC IAC IAC [F]
Preh [C]
Continental [C]
Denso [C]
Ford Lincoln Continental (USA) 2016 Visteon [L] (HMI)
Ford Lincoln MKC (USA) 2013 IAC [F]
Ford Lincoln MKX (Canada) 2015 Flex [O]
Ford Lincoln MKZ (USA) 2013 Preh [C] Visteon [C]
Ford Lincoln MKZ (Mexico) 2014 Preh [C]
Ford Mustang (USA) 2015 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Yanfeng [C]
Faurecia
GM Buick LaCrosse 2017 Inteva GRAMMER
GM Buick Regal 2014 Inteva
GM Buick Verano (USA) 2012 Mold Masters
GM Cadillac ATS 2013 Faurecia Faurecia [C]
Yanfeng [O]
GM Cadillac CT6 2017 GRAMMER Visteon [C]
GM Cadillac CTS (USA) 2014 DAA Draexlmaier Automotive Yanfeng [O]
GM Cadillac Escalade 2014 Inteva
GM Cadillac Escalade ESV 2014 Inteva
GM Cadillac XT5 (USA) 2016 BOS [F]
GM Cadillac XTS 2014 Inteva Yanfeng [O]
GM Cadillac XTS (Canada) 2015 Inteva IAC [F]
Ningbo Jifeng Auto [F]
GM Chevrolet Camaro (Canada) 2016 Visteon [C]
GM Chevrolet City Express (Mexico) "Nissan NV200" 2014 Inteva
GM Chevrolet Colorado (USA) 2017 Yazaki [C]
GM Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 2014 IAC IAC IAC [F] Nippon Seiki [C]
Visteon [L]
GM Chevrolet Express 2014 Inteva
GM Chevrolet Impala 2014 Inteva Nippon Seiki [C]
GM Chevrolet Malibu (USA) 2017 Yazaki [C]
GM Chevrolet Prisma (Brazil) 2014 Continental
GM Chevrolet Silverado 2014 Inteva
GM Chevrolet Suburban 2014 Inteva Inteva [C]
IAC [F]
GM Chevrolet Tahoe 2014 Inteva Inteva [C]
Haartz [C]
IAC [F]
GM Chevrolet Trailblazer 2017 Yazaki [C]
GM Chevrolet Trax (Mexico) 2014 Inteva
GM Chevrolet Volt (USA) 2017 LG Electronics [C]
GM GMC Canyon (USA) 2014 Grupo Antolin (Magna) Nippon Seiki [C]
GM GMC Savana 2014 Inteva
GM GMC Sierra 2014 Inteva IAC [O]
GM GMC Yukon 2014 Inteva Inteva [C]
GM GMC Yukon XL 2014 Inteva Inteva [C]
IAC [F]
Honda Accord (USA) 2013 Moriroku Technology [C] Nihon Plast Nippon Seiki [C]
Honda Acura ILX (USA) 2013 IAC Denso [C]
Honda Acura RDX (USA) 2012 Moriroku Technology [C] Moriroku Technology
Honda Pilot (USA) 2016 Visteon [C]
Hyundai i30 2013 Denso [C]
Hyundai Santa Fe (North America) 2014 Denso [C]
Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Discovery Sport (Brazil) 2017 IAC
Jaguar Land Rover Land Rover Range Rover Evoque (Brazil) 2017 IAC
Kia Sorento (USA) 2015 Denso [C]
Nissan Altima 2017 Continental [C]
Nissan Frontier 2017 Continental [C]
Nissan Infiniti QX50 (USA) 2012 Hitachi Chemical [C]
Nissan Infiniti QX60 (JX) 2017 Novem Car Interior Design [C] (Wood) Continental [C]
Nissan Latio 2013 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan March (Micra) 2013 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Maxima (USA) 2017 Calsonic Kansei Visteon [C]
Nissan Murano 2017 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Murano (USA) 2015 Visteon [C]
Nissan Pathfinder 2017 Continental [C]
Nissan Rogue 2017 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Sentra (USA) 2014 ABC Group Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Titan 2017 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Tsuru (Mexico) 2012 Calsonic Kansei Calsonic Kansei [C]
Nissan Versa (Mexico) 2013 Calsonic Kansei [C]
Tesla Model S 2014 Inteva Inteva [C]
Toyota RAV4 (USA) 2013 Yanfeng
Toyota Sequoia (USA) 2012 Toyoda Gosei [C]
Toyota Sienna (USA) 2014 Vuteq USA Toyoda Gosei [C]
Toyota Tundra (USA) 2014 ABC Group Toyoda Gosei [C]
Volkswagen Atlas (USA) 2017 Yanfeng Yanfeng [F]
Volkswagen New Beetle (Mexico) 2012 Faurecia
Volkswagen The Beetle Cabriolet (Mexico) 2012 Faurecia
Volkswagen Beetle Convertible (USA) 2013 Faurecia
Created from information from press releases or directly from companies (contains some estimates made by MarkLines).


VI. Sales figures for major instrument panel suppliers

Sales revenue (Consolidated)

Company E/R FY ending 2016/12 FY ending 2015/12 FY ending 2014/12 Reference
Faurecia S.A. Million EUR 18,711 18,770 16,877 Total sales
4,811 5,092 4,709 Interior systems sales
IAC Group
(International Automotive Components)
Million USD 6,000 5,900 5,900 Total sales
N/A N/A N/A Instrument panel and Console sales
Grupo Antolin Million EUR 5,247 3,506 N/A Total sales
(with acquisition of Lear's Interior Division, total sales increased 49.7% from 2015 to 2016)
1,096 324 N/A Cockpit & Console sales (with acquisition of Lear's interior Division, Cockpit & Console sales increased 238% from 2015 to 2016)
Magneti Marelli S.p.A. Million EUR 7,900 7,262 6,500 Total sales
N/A N/A N/A Sales of plastic resin parts and modules
(incl. bumper, fuel tank)
Inteva Products, LLC Million USD 2,800 2,600 2,600 Total sales
N/A N/A N/A Interior systems sales
Source: Public reports of each company and interviews



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