The global automotive headliner market is projected to expand at a steady CAGR of around 4% by garnering a market value of US$ 13.32 Bn through 2032.
With the transition of the automotive industry towards electric and hybrid vehicles, the car headliners market is likely to start recovering towards 2021. Newly released data from Fact.MR states the global sales of automotive headliners surpassed US$ 9 Bn in 2022. Innovations in automotive designs and materials will play key roles in market developments for the foreseeable future.
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Key Segments Covered
- Foam-backed Cloth Automotive Headliner
- Cotton-napped Cloth Automotive Headliner
- Synthetic Cloth Automotive Headliner
- Perforated Cloth Automotive Headliner
- Hardtop Automotive Headliner
- Soft-top Automotive Headliner
- Compact Automotive Headliner
- Mid-sized Automotive Headliner
- Premium Automotive Headliner
- Luxury Automotive Headliner
- LCV Automotive Headliner
- HCV Automotive Headliner
- Automotive Headliner Sales via OEMs
- Automotive Headliner Sales via Aftermarket
The global automotive headliners market is moderately consolidated and competitive, owing to the presence of numerous regional players in the industry. Major manufacturers are focused on product launches and capacity expansions to bolster their portfolios, in addition to strategic collaborations, to consolidate their positions in the market.
- For example, in October 2020, Oracle Lighting debuted the new StarLINER ColorSHIFT Fiber Optic hardtop headliner. The product has been designed specifically for use in the Gladiator JT and Warngler JL vehicle models.
- In July 2019, International Automotive Components (IAC Group) announced the expansion of the company’s presence in the United Kingdom. This is set to be achieved through the expansion of the headliner manufacturing facility in Elmdon.
- In November 2020, SEAT, for its 2nd Innovation Day, revealed Ku-Fizz, a novel physical foam technology for automotive headliners, which reduces the weight of plastic components, in an initiative towards increasing sustainable materials in the automotive sector.