VISIT HERE @ - https://www.grandresearchstore.com/automotive-and-transportation/turbocharger-market-by-vehicle-type-on-highwaypassenger-car-lcv-26-hcv-off-highway-agricultural-tractors-26-construction-equipment-technology-vgt2Fvnt-26-wastegate-fuel-type-gasoline-26-diesel-26-aftermarket-by-region--forecast-to-2021- This report provided by grandresearchstore is about ,“Growing demand for engine downsizing and stringent emission norms are expected to fuel the demand for automotive turbocharger” The automotive turbocharger market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.63%, to reach a market size of USD 18.49 billion by 2021. The market is driven by the key factor engine downsizing, which leads to the reduction of size of engine. For instance, naturally aspirated V8 engine can be substituted with V6 turbocharged small size engine without affecting the power output and torque. Engine downsizing leads to increased efficiency and helps in quick warm-up of engine and decreases the overall weight of vehicle. In order to achieve stringent emission norms, turbocharger plays an important role. Euro Regulations in Europe and CAFÉ regulations have set targets which the auto component manufacturers have to follow.
Turbocharger Market by Vehicle Types (Passenger & Commercial), Fuel Types (Diesel & Gasoline) & Geography – Global Trends & Forecasts to 2017 Published On : February 2013 Category : Automotive and Transportation Pages : 356 pages Contact : International : (+1) 646 781 7170 firstname.lastname@example.org Report Description: Automotive turbochargers are forced induction systems which compress air entering into the engine by utilizing the heat energy of exhaust gases. These devices introduce greater volumes of air into the engine cylinder thus making available more air-fuel mixture in each cylinder during power stroke of an engine; which in-turn boosts its performance. A turbocharged engine offers many advantages such as increased power output, improved power to weight ratio and vehicle efficiency, and also helps in engine downsizing. Turbochargers can also be classified based on fuel types as gasoline and diesel turbocharger which are used for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. Variable geometry technology preferred for turbocharged engines employed in passenger cars The turbochargers use three basic technologies namely VGT, wastegate, and twin turbo. Turbocharger manufacturers have their own patented advancements in these three key technologies. Variable Geometry Turbochargers technology is widely adopted in passenger cars whereas Wastegate turbo is widely used in commercial vehicles. The report estimates the market size of gasoline and diesel turbocharger industry for