The global automotive fuel injection system market is poised to grow at a CAGR of 3.8% during the forecast period. Over the next decade, the trend is expected to grow significantly in both commercial and passenger vehicles in the market.
The growing popularity of gasoline port injection has bolstered the prospects of the market for midsize and compact automotive fuel injection systems. As automobile production continues to increase over the forecast period, the demand for fuel-efficient vehicles will also increase. Therefore, automotive fuel injection systems are expected to witness sustainable growth over the forecast period. As fuel injection systems have developed through advances in fuel pressure regulators, air control valves, and gasoline direct injections, the fuel injection system technology is expected to continue growing.
Key Companies Profiled
- Robert Bosch GmbH
- Denso Corporation
- Delphi Technologies PLC
- Continental AG
- Hitachi Automotive Systems Ltd
- Federal-Mogul Corporation
- Edelbrock LLC
- Woodward, Inc
- Kinsler Fuel Injection
Key Takeaways from Market Study
- The global automotive fuel injection system market is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 3.8% through 2032.
- Fuel injection system manufacturers are most likely to expand their operations in the United States.
- The Asia Pacific region is expected to grow the fastest during the forecast period.
- Based on the fuel type, diesel variant vehicles tend to be more efficient when compared to gasoline variants.
- Increased demand for passenger cars is expected to increase demand for the automotive fuel injection market.
“Increased vehicle production, improved throttle responses, and high-pressure atomization of fuel are expected to drive automotive fuel injection demand,” says a Fact.MR analyst.
The global automotive fuel injection system market is highly competitive owing to the top global players trying to gain market share through various strategies such as mergers & acquisitions, expansions, collaborations, and partnerships. Key players in the global automotive fuel injection system market are engaged in regulatory approvals and the launch of new products.
- BorgWarner’s hydrogen injection system is designed to allow off-road applications to travel without emitting CO2. In order to move forward in hydrogen combustion, BorgWarner recently won a production contract from a European construction equipment manufacturer for its first hydrogen injection system. In addition to its quick-to-market nature and refueling time, this technology offers an attractive total cost of ownership, enabling CO2-free mobility.
- A new hydrogen fuel injector has been unveiled by Stanadyne at the Detroit Auto Show. The 2022 North American International Auto Show (aka Detroit Auto Show) will see Stanadyne unveil an alternative fuel injector designed to operate on heavy-duty vehicles. Dimethyl ether (DME) fuel, hydrogen, compressed natural gas, and compressed natural gas syngas have all been tested for use in the company’s multipurpose port injector.
Growing Trend of Engine Downsizing will Drive Robust Market Growth for Automotive Fuel Injection Systems
The use of smaller engines that deliver the same power and capability of large engines is rapidly gaining traction as the use of smaller engines is on the rise. As downsizing continues, direct injection is becoming increasingly popular, and is among the most significant parameters of downsized engines in addition to variable can timing and supercharging.
In addition, the growing acceptance rate of direct injection is expected to be accentuated by a significant upswing in demand for turbocharging technology as well as ongoing developments. A downsized engine and a reduced engine speed can provide significant benefits in terms of fuel economy in passenger vehicles. Engines with smaller displacements, which are operated at lower speeds and with an increased load, inevitably, operate more efficiently, generate less friction, reduce heat losses, and perform better.