It is expected that production of light vehicles equipped with V2X systems will be just under 15,000 units in 2019 and will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 277.5 percent in 2024.
The Auto Care Association announces UniLink to enable the automotive aftermarket to sell more parts in more markets.
Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman William Clay Ford Jr. To Deliver Remarks At CERAWeek By IHS Markit 2019
The cross-section of energy, technology and the future of mobility will be a major focus at international gathering of industry, policy, technology and financial leaders March 11-15 in Houston.
ACES standards are now being applied to medium- and heavy-duty data for all of North America.
The 23rd annual Automotive Loyalty Awards recognize auto manufacturers and brands for leadership in loyalty.
The looming shift to autonomous technology is one of five trends that Seng highlighted in his AAPEX presentation, “Five Trends in Five Minutes: Key Trends Impacting the North American Automotive Aftermarket.”
North America stands out in the latest forecasts as a solid growth market in both years, with an expected uptick of 11 percent in Class 4-8 registrations volume this year and a further increase of 9 percent in 2019.
IHS Markit: Commercial Vehicle Market Dynamics Will Evolve To Include Electrification, Yet Diesel Will Remain Dominant
Reinventing the Truck is a major multi-client research initiative that provides a first-of-its-kind, system-wide analysis of the new reality of transportation and the potential implications for the oil, gas, automotive, electric power and chemical industries.
This new offering provides a view of what’s happening at the counter in near real time, says IHS Markit.
Automakers Could Be Fined More Than $16.2B In European CO2 Excess Emissions Premiums In 2021, IHS Markit Says
Legislators in the European Union are imposing a new passenger car fleet CO2 emissions target of 95 g/km, to be phased in during 2020, with 100 percent application in 2021 on Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicle Test Procedure.
The IHS Markit analysis found variances among ethnic groups, household income and age levels that may be surprising.
According to IHS Markit forecasts, over the next three years, there will be five times as many new utility nameplates introduced to the U.S. market as new sedans.