An automotive fuel delivery & injection systems is an essential part of any vehicle’s combustion engine and is used to store an introduced fuel inside it. The system comprises several integral parts such as fuel pumps and sensors that aid air intake, and mixing & supply of fuel. Modern vehicles are usually equipped with these systems to enable perfect fuel and air mixture ratio in order to reduce fuel usage and harmful emission and to attain better mileage. The perfect air and fuel mixture is important for an engine to obtain improved fuel economy and decrease emission of harmful gases from unburnt fuel. For this reason, automotive fuel delivery and injection systems are replacing carburettors.
The awareness among people along with stringent government regulations regarding energy-saving and to decrease pollution are the major factors driving the growth of automotive fuel delivery and injection systems market. The continuous technological advancements are taking place in the automotive fuel delivery and injection systems owing to the compliance of emissions set by different governments, to enhance the fuel and air mixture to reduce emission. Therefore, there is a need for enhanced solutions for increasing fuel efficiency and controlling emissions, thus, these are some of the chief factors responsible for market growth. In the past few years, a tremendous growth has been witnessed in the registration of both passenger as well as commercial vehicles. However, government policies are supporting the use of greener vehicles and thus, increasing importance on the manufacturing and usage of electrical vehicles are some of the factors hindering the growth of automotive fuel delivery and injection systems market. Also, it has been noticed that the demand for electrical vehicles is on rise, thus hampering the market growth for automotive fuel delivery and injection systems.
The market for automotive fuel delivery and injection systems is classified by component, vehicle types, technology, engine types and geography. By component, the market is segment into fuel injectors, fuel pressure regulators, electronic control unit and fuel pump. The vehicle type segment includes passenger cars, heavy commercial vehicles and light commercial vehicles. The technology segment is bifurcated into gasoline injection and diesel injection. By engine type, the market is segmented into diesel engine and gasoline/petrol engine. Geographically, the market for automotive fuel delivery and injection systems is classified into North America, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific.
The market for automotive fuel delivery and injection systems in Europe is already established and is anticipated to observe a stable growth in coming years. The major drivers in this region are the stringent norms for fuel economy and rapid research and development in the automotive fuel delivery and injection systems. The demand is rising in North America owing to the rising demand for automobiles along with the need for fuel-efficient vehicles. The Asia-Pacific market for automated fuel delivery and injection systems is increasing at a faster rate attributed by the rising spending power of people, enforcement of stringent rules by governments of emerging economies such as India, Japan and China. Thus, the need for automotive fuel delivery and injection systems has increased in Asia-Pacific region. Continental AG, Denso Corporation, Infineon Technologies AG, Edelbrock LLC, Keihin Corporation, NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd., UCI International Inc., Westport Innovations Inc., Delphi Automotive PLC, Robert Bosch, Carter Fuel Systems, Hitachi Ltd., Magneti Marelli S.P.A., TI Automotive Inc. and Woodward Inc. are some of the key companies operating in the market.