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Automotive Cockpits and Instrumentation Market and Trend Analysis by Technology, Key Companies and Forecast, 2021-2036

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the global OE cockpits and instrumentation sector, major suppliers, top 14 markets, technology trends and market size forecasts.

What are the market dynamics of the automotive cockpits and instrumentation market?

The industry’s adoption of ASIL (Automotive Safety Integrity Level) will drive manufacturers’ efforts in the instrument cluster and infotainment arenas. ASIL standards enable the integration of such technologies without compromising automotive safety.

A continuing focus of R&D is on more intuitive, safer, and simple control options for motorists, including the integration of haptic feedback into touch-sensitive surfaces. By this means, the driver can sense directly whether he has activated a “touch element” after touching it. This move comes at a time when touch screen smartphones are enjoying increasing popularity as more and more people rely on their simple and intuitive operability. Motorists are also calling for more touch-sensitive surfaces in cars. Products such as secondary displays, large-scale displays in the central console, and touchpads are said to be good for facilitating driver interaction via adapted and context-related presentation of information.

The industry trend is moving toward curved displays, gestures, and haptic feedback. More specifically, we are seeing far more R&D effort on providing gesture support and new voice capabilities. In addition, improved display technologies and capabilities are appearing that can help reduce visual distraction.

What are the key segments of the automotive cockpits and instrumentation market?

The key automotive cockpits and instrumentation market segments are head-up displays (HUDs), instrument clusters, instrument panels, and outsourced cockpits.

Head-up displays (HUDs) segment in automotive cockpits and instrumentation market

A HUD system uses the optical combining characteristics of the HUD interlayer to provide a single focused virtual image appearing near the front of the vehicle. The HUD display enhances the overall driving experience by allowing drivers to keep their ‘eyes on the road’ while still viewing critical vehicle data, such as speedometer readings and GPS directions. A HUD can also serve as a night vision system. There are two main types of night vision systems: active, near-infrared systems, which require an infrared source but give a complete picture of the scene in front of the driver; and passive, far infrared systems, which do not need an infrared source but only enhance relatively warm objects (such as people and animals).

Instrument clusters segment in automotive cockpits and instrumentation market

Instrument clusters are a part of the instrument panel that is typically set directly in front of the driver. It shows speed and engine revolutions along with two smaller instruments that show engine temperature and fuel gauge. This cluster may also incorporate an odometer and trip meter and a variety of other information processed via an ‘on-board computer’.

Instrument panels segment in automotive cockpits and instrumentation market

An instrument panel is defined as an assembly that consists of a structure, substrate, and the optional assembly of the glove box, air-conditioning ducts, demisters (with associated ducts), and registers. Instrument panels are usually made of injection-molded thermoplastics and are a complex system of coverings, foams, plastics, and metals that are designed to house various components and act as a safety device for vehicle occupants.

Outsourced cockpits segment in automotive cockpits and instrumentation market

Since the early 1990s, there has been a gradual increase in the average value of outsourced modules as more complex modules and systems are outsourced. The area directly in front of the driver and front-seat passenger is commonly referred to as the cockpit. A cockpit is a combination made from an instrument panel and several sub-modules such as wiring and electronic devices, instruments, car audio and information/communication, heating, and climate systems.

Automotive cockpits and instrumentation market, by segment

Automotive cockpits and instrumentation market, by segment

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Which are the major automotive cockpits and instrumentation companies?

Some of the major companies in the automotive cockpits and instrumentation sector are Continental AG, Denso Corporation, Faurecia SA, International Automotive Components Group (IAC), Inteva Products, LLC, Magna International Inc., Marelli Corporation, Nippon Seiki, Robert Bosch GmbH, Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., Valeo SA, Visteon Corporation, and Yazaki Corporation.

Automotive cockpits and instrumentation market, by company

Automotive cockpits and instrumentation market, by company

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Market report scope

Key segments Head-Up Displays (HUDs), Instrument Clusters, Instrument Panels, and Outsourced Cockpits
Key companies Continental AG, Denso Corporation, Faurecia SA, International Automotive Components Group (IAC), Inteva Products, LLC, Magna International Inc., Marelli Corporation, Nippon Seiki, Robert Bosch GmbH, Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., Valeo SA, Visteon Corporation, and Yazaki Corporation

Scope

  • This report contains an overview of the automotive sector along with detailed related component forecasts, supported by information drawn from GlobalData’s extensive range of sources.

Scope

– This report contains an overview of an automotive sector along with detailed related component forecasts, supported by information drawn from GlobalData's extensive range of sources.

Reasons to Buy

– This report has been extracted from GlobalData's regularly updated online Automotive Intelligence Center. Containing content, tools and services not found in this report, GlobalData's AIC offers a cost-effective multi-user car market research solution.

Key Players

Fujitsu Ten Limited

Recticel

Ford Motor Company

Honda Motor Co., Ltd.

PSA Groupe

3M

Robert Bosch GmbH

Continental AG

Delphi Technologies

BASF SE

Denso Corporation

Valeo SA

Visteon Corporation

Dow Automotive Systems

Faurecia SA

Yazaki Corporation

Draxlmaier Group

Covestro

NXP Semiconductors

Grupo Antolin Irausa, S.A.

Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd.

Hyundai Mobis Co., Ltd.

International Automotive Components Group (IAC)

Inteva Products, LLC

Johnson Controls International plc

Magna International Inc.

Marelli Corporation

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Panasonic Corporation

Autoneum

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Harman

Tokai Rika Co., Ltd.

Yanfeng Automotive Interiors

Aptiv

Auria Solutions

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. PESTER Analysis

Political

Economic

Social

Technological

Environmental

Regulatory

2. Companies

Continental AG

Investments

Denso Corporation

Faurecia SA

International Automotive Components Group (IAC)

Inteva Products, LLC

Magna International Inc.

Marelli Corporation

Nippon Seiki

Robert Bosch GmbH

Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd.

Valeo SA

Visteon Corporation

AllGo Systems

Avtopribor Electronics

PT Astra Otoparts Tbk

Yanfeng

Duckyang Industry

Reydel Automotive Holdings

Yazaki Corporation

Others

The following is background information on Johnson Controls Automotive Experience business.

3. Forecasts

Head-Up Displays (HUDs)

Instrument clusters

Instrument panels

Outsourced cockpits

4. Markets

Emerging markets

Instrument panel manufacturers

Market shares of instrumentation and display sector

Market trends

5. Technologies

Cockpits

Instrumentation

Other

Peugeot's steering wheel

PSA's alliance with Qualcomm

Reconfigurable displays

Technology developments

6. Archive

Aptiv develops its MyFi

Denso's organic electroluminescence display

Display technologies from Bosch

Freescale Semiconductor's solutions

Fujitsu Ten develops new display

Honda Accord's instrument panel

In-car moisturiser from Lexus

MINI's Openometer

Multi-disc CD players deleted from Ford Focus line

MyFord Touch

Next generation multi-functional displays from Visteon

TRW's touchpad sensor

Two-colour slush skins from JCI

Visteon recognised for airbag door

Visteon's C-Beyond concept highlights instrumentation innovations

Visteon's new single screen display

7. Appendix

What is this Report About?

List of Tables

List of Tables

Table 1: Market fitment/penetration rates of newly-assembled light vehicles fitted with Head-Up Displays (HUDs), 2016-2036 (%)

Table 2: Market volumes of newly-assembled light vehicles fitted with Head-Up Displays (HUDs), 2016-2036 ('000s units)

Table 3: Market volumes of instrument clusters fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2016-2036, ('000s units)

Table 4: Market volumes of instrument panels fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2016-2036, ('000s units)

Table 5: Market fitment/penetration rates of outsourced cockpits fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2016-2036, (%)

Table 6: Market volumes of outsourced cockpits fitted to newly-assembled light vehicles, 2016-2036, ('000s units)

Table 7: World manufacturer market shares for instrumentation and display for passenger cars and light vehicles, 2010-2021, % of volume

Table 8: Asian manufacturer market shares for instrumentation and display for passenger cars and light vehicles, 2010-2021, % of volume

Table 9: European manufacturer market shares for instrumentation and display for passenger cars and light vehicles, 2010-2021, % of volume

Table 10: North American manufacturer market shares for instrumentation and display for passenger cars and light vehicles, 2010-2021, % of volume

List of Figures

List of Figures

Figure 1: Inteva Products' luxury instrument panel

Figure 2: Magneti Marelli instrument cluster

Figure 3: Driver and front passenger cockpit with driver focused control layout and increased passenger space

Figure 4: Visteon’s driver cockpit with reconfigurable TFT instrument cluster

Figure 5: Vanquish interior

Frequently Asked Questions

The key segments of the automotive cockpits and instrumentation market are head-up displays (HUDs), instrument clusters, instrument panels, and outsourced cockpits.

Some of the major companies of the automotive cockpits and instrumentation sector are Continental AG, Denso Corporation, Faurecia SA, International Automotive Components Group (IAC), Inteva Products, LLC, Magna International Inc., Marelli Corporation, Nippon Seiki, Robert Bosch GmbH, Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., Valeo SA, Visteon Corporation, and Yazaki Corporation.

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