Automotive Gasoline EGR Systems Market Report
The Automotive Gasoline EGR Systems Market is Segmented by Vehicle Type (Passenger Car and Commercial Vehicle), by Pressure Type (High-Pressure EGR and Low-Pressure EGR), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World)
The Automotive Gasoline EGR Systems Market is Segmented by Vehicle Type (Passenger Car and Commercial Vehicle), by Pressure Type (High-Pressure EGR and Low-Pressure EGR), and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Re...
Impact of COVID-19 on Automotive Gasoline EGR Systems Market
Covid-19 has impacted the market dynamics, competition, and global supply chain. The revenues have gone down in 2020 and may resume an uptrend gradually from 2021. Companies optimizing their operation and strategy will sustain and beat the competition.
Note: The summary below might not have included insights on covid impact since we have large number of reports.
EGR system for gasoline engines roughly accounts for less than one fourth of the total automotive EGR systems market and is likely to be one of the fastest-growing emission reduction technologies in gasoline vehicles in the coming five years. The global automotive gasoline EGR systems market is projected to offer healthy growth opportunities and is likely to reach US$ 1,931.7 million in 2024. Organic growth in automobile production, an increase in penetration of turbochargers in vehicles, and stringent emission standards of different countries are some major factors that are fueling the growth of EGR systems in gasoline vehicles.
EGR system is considered one of the most reliable technologies among various NOx and CO2 emission reduction techniques used in the automotive industry. All the major automakers are incorporating downsized engines to meet the stringent emission regulations imposed by regulatory authorities as well as to rely on customer demand for higher-performance vehicles. The downsized engine generally uses a turbocharger, which increases the density and temperature of the air in the air intake manifold. EGR systems play a vital role in diverting the exhaust gas back to the engine’s intake. Some of the key advantages of the EGR system in gasoline engines are reduced throttling lose, reduced heat rejection, and reduced chemical dissociation. It also reduces the knock limit by a higher compression ratio, providing better fuel economy.
Major players are vigorously aspiring to tap the growing potential of EGR systems in gasoline engine vehicles. The recent move of BorgWarner, the leading player, to supply EGR products for Hyundai’s gasoline engine vehicle models is an example of a successful effort by the company. The automotive industry is still tackling new guidelines of emissions, which require cleaner and efficient engines, which, in turn, has created immense opportunities for tier players to supply EGR systems for various new vehicle models.
The market is segmented based on the vehicle type as passenger car and commercial vehicles. Passenger car is expected to remain the dominant segment of the automotive gasoline EGR systems market during the forecast period and is also likely to exhibit faster growth during the same period. Increasing production of passenger cars, especially in the developing economies including China and India and the introduction of stringent regulations regarding emissions are creating a gargantuan demand for EGR systems in passenger car’s gasoline engines.
Based on the pressure type, the market is segmented as high-pressure and low-pressure EGR systems. High-pressure EGR system is expected to remain the larger segment of the market over the next five years. High-pressure EGR system is used at lower engine speeds and load and it is more suitable for transient operation as it is not linked with long air paths.
Low-pressure EGR system is likely to witness the higher growth during the same period, driven by its advantages, such as a reduction in fuel consumption owing to better combustion phasing, reduction in pumping losses and heat losses through the cylinder walls, reduction in knock mitigation, and perfect cylinder-to-cylinder distribution.
In terms of regions, Europe is projected to remain the largest automotive gasoline EGR systems market during the forecast period in terms of both value and volume. However, Asia-Pacific is likely to experience the highest growth, driven by China and India, the growth engines for the region’s market.