Demand of Good Fuel Economy and Rising Crude Prices to Boost the Cylinder Deactivation Market

Transparency Market Research in its new report titled, “Cylinder Deactivation Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018 – 2026,” provides key insights on the cylinder deactivation market. The TMR report anticipates that the demand of good fuel economy and rising crude prices will drive the cylinder deactivation market during the forecast period i.e, 2018-2026. Increasing competition among automakers to obtain fuel efficient features is estimated to boost the cylinder deactivation market. Cylinder deactivation reduces fuel combustion and also reduces emission. Concerns about vehicle emission are also expected to drive the cylinder deactivation market. North America witnessed higher adoption of technology in pick-up trucks and SUVs with V engines. The temporary deactivation of the engine offers an attractive benefit between downsizing the engine and reducing fuel consumption and emissions, yet retaining the pleasure of driving and power, says the report.

The TMR report has split the global cylinder deactivation market based on fuel type, cylinder number, deactivation technology, vehicle type, and region. In terms of fuel type, the global cylinder deactivation market is divided into diesel and gasoline. The gasoline segment is at its nascent stage, the switch in sales volume from diesel to gasoline fuel, and usage of gasoline even in hybrid vehicles are projected to drive the cylinder deactivation market. On the basis of cylinder number, the global cylinder deactivation market is divided into three-cylinder segment, four-cylinder segment, six-cylinder segment, eight cylinder and more than eight-cylinder segments. Six-cylinder and eight-cylinder segments witnessed expansion at a high growth rate, as during cruising operations four-cylinders provide enough power.

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Based on deactivation technology, the global cylinder deactivation market is segmented into six segments, namely, switchable finger followers, cam shifting mechanism, fully variable mechanical valve train system based on cam dents, and three other segments. The cam shifting technology allows the valves to be switched in three stages. Cam shifting can be carried out at higher loads. Cam shifting enables deactivation of the desired number of cylinders. The cam shifting segment is thus expected to expand at a high growth rate during the forecasted period. On the basis of vehicle type, the cylinder deactivation market is segregated into passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle. Commercial vehicles are estimated to witness a high rate of adoption of technology in order to meet the emission standards. They also provides a robust working engine under heavy load and no load conditions. On the basis of geographical perspective, the global cylinder deactivation market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and Middle East & Africa. The market in North America and Europe is estimated to expand at a high growth rate due to stringent emission norms and fuel economy demands in these regions.

Some of the major companies operating in the global cylinder deactivation market are profiled in this report to give a better competitive landscape and these are Delphi Technologies, Schaeffler AG, Eaton Corporation, Robert Bosch GmbH, and MAHLE GmbH.

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