Automotive Engine Cooling System Market Size, Industry Share and Growth Rate 2019-2026

Automotive engine cooling system is an integral part of vehicle that maintains the temperature of engine by using air or liquid, in order to remove the excess heat. An efficient cooling system allows engine to perform better, thereby offering a better mileage and power to vehicles. Increase in manufacturing and sales of automotive vehicles is expected to spur the market growth over the forecast period.

Moreover, the smart engine cooling systems are gaining popularity due to various advantages offered, such as increased fuel efficiency, reduced tailpipe emission and less parasitic engine load. According to secondary research, it is estimated that by 2026 approximately more than 30% of vehicles will be equipped with engine cooling system whereas the remaining 70% will cover the hybrid and electric vehicles market.

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1.1.    Report description

1.2.    Key benefits for stakeholders

1.3.    Key market segments

1.4.    Research methodology

1.4.1.    Primary research

1.4.2.    Secondary research

1.4.3.    Analyst tools and models


2.1.    CXO perspective


3.1.    Market definition and scope

3.2.    Key findings

3.2.1.    Top impacting factors

3.2.2.    Top investment pockets

3.2.3.    Top winning strategies

3.3.    Porter’s five forces analysis

3.3.1.    Moderate-to-high bargaining power of suppliers

3.3.2.    Moderate-to-high threat of new entrants

3.3.3.    Moderate threat of substitutes

3.3.4.    High-to-moderate intensity of rivalry

3.3.5.    Moderate bargaining power of buyers

3.4.    Market share analysis, 2017 (%)

3.5.    Market dynamics

3.5.1.    Drivers    Increase in demand for fuel-efficient, high-performance, and low-emission vehicles    Stringent government rules and regulations toward vehicle emission

3.5.2.    Restraints    High manufacturing cost    Low fuel economy and serviceability

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