DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global and China Hybrid Vehicle Industry (Stop-Go, 48V + BSG / ISG, HEV, PHEV) Research Report 2016-2020" report to their offering.
Hybrid vehicles make use of traditional fuels while being accompanied by electric motors and engines. Electric motors function as the auxiliary power of engines to improve low-speed power output and fuel consumption. Hybrid system can reduce fuel loss of traditional fuel vehicles and level down fuel consumption so as to save energy and reduce emission.
According to the revised versions of the mandatory national standards - Passenger Car Fuel Consumption Limits (GB 19578) and Passenger Car Fuel Consumption Evaluation Methods and Indicators (GB 27999), China requires that the average fuel consumption of passenger cars produced locally in 2015 should drop to 6.9L / 100km, and further to 5.0L / 100km by 2020.
In addition, Management Measures for Average Fuel Consumption of Passenger Car Companies (Draft) has been stipulated, in which the most important content is concerned about the average fuel consumption credit and trading system of enterprises as well as hefty fines on non-compliance companies.
Globally, the EU's 2020 emission goal is 3.8L/100km, while the United States and Japan target 5L / 100km. The EU undertakes enormous pressure on energy saving and emission reduction, thus it prefers hybrid technology.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Overview of Hybrid Vehicles
3 Hybrid Vehicle Technology Road-map
4 Global Hybrid Vehicle Market
5 Chinese Hybrid Vehicle Market
6 Global and Chinese Hybrid System Suppliers
7 Global and Chinese Hybrid Vehicle Manufacturers
- Continental AG
- General Motors
- Johnson Controls
- Mitsubishi Motors
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/psjj4r/global_and_china.