DUBLIN–The “Global and China Automotive Lighting Industry Report, 2019-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
Global automotive lighting market was worth about $32.8 billion with a year-on-year increase of 8.6% in 2018, and the figure is predicted to reach $57.0 billion in 2025 as demand for intelligent lamps, especially automotive LED lamps picks up.
As automobiles are growing, intelligent automotive lamps have become a megatrend, first in the form of ADB (Adaptive Driving Beam) and AFS (Adaptive Front-lighting System). Wherein, AFS installation rate has sustained steady growth over the years, up from 10.0% in 2015 to 16.8% in 2018, a figure expected to be a whopping 30% or so in 2025.
Also, digital intelligent automotive lamps come to the front, currently available to the high-class vehicle models. Examples include Digital Light Mercedes-Benz launched in 2018, Audi Matrix LED intelligent headlight, and WEY LED intelligent pixel headlamp rolled out in 2019, all of which render digital technology to project light for interactions between pedestrians and vehicles, and between vehicles and vehicles.
In China, the automotive lighting market will grow even more with a CAGR of roughly 9% between 2019 and 2025, because LED with low penetration in the market still has a rosy prospect and passenger car sales will continue to rise as a whole in the country.
The global automotive lighting market is now almost monopolized by giants like France’s Valeo, Italy’s Magneti Marelli, Germany-based Hella and Japanese companies Koito and Stanley, which together command over 70% of the global market. Among them, Koito boasts a virtually 25% market share. These big names have a customer base covering all global automakers and are expanding their regional markets. The oligarchic pattern will hardly change in the near future.
In the Chinese automotive lighting market, joint ventures like Shanghai Koito Automotive Lamp Co., Ltd., Guangzhou Stanley Electric Co., Ltd., Changchun Hella Faway Automotive Lighting Co., Ltd., and Valeo Lighting Hubei Technology Center Co., Ltd. are the main players, accounting for a collective 70% of the highly-concentrated market. Local manufacturers just offer low-tech products such as tail lamps and small lights, with low market shares. The bellwether Changzhou Xingyu Automotive Lighting System Co, Ltd. takes a mere 6% share, but the company is likely to edge into automakers’ supplier systems as it increased R&D budget in recent years.
Global and China Automotive Lighting Industry Report, 2019-2025 highlights the following:
- Laser/OLED/AFS/ADB/night vision system technologies;
- Global and China automotive lighting markets (size, competitive pattern and forecast);
- Global automotive lighting manufacturers.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Headlamp Design
2. Laser/OLED/AFS/ADB/Night Vision System/Intelligent Digital Headlamp
3. Automotive Lighting Market and Industry
4. Automotive Lighting Companies
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