Day: November 28, 2021

Global Automotive Infotainment Market Report 2021: OF Fitted Segment Dominated in 2020 and is On Track to Generate USD 9.6 Billion by 2028 | News

DUBLIN, Nov. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Automotive Infotainment Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Product Type (Heads-up Display, Navigation Unit, Display Unit), by Fit Type, by Vehicle Type, by Region, and Segment Forecasts, 2021-2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com‘s offering.

The global automotive infotainment market size is expected to reach USD 12.57 billion by 2028, registering a CAGR of 8.7% from 2021 to 2028.

The increasing demand for autonomous vehicle technology, automotive cockpit electronics, and advanced safety features such as advanced driver assistance systems is anticipated to drive the growth. The growing demand for enhanced in-vehicle experience and shifting consumer buying behavior and the worldwide expansion of the luxury and premium car segments are also likely to fuel the growth of the market.

The growing number of millennials opting for small and medium-sized cars is expected to boost the growth of the market

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The American conundrum with electric cars

As the transportation sector continues to be the primary source of greenhouse gas emissions fueling climate change, U.S. President Joe Biden has pledged that by 2030 half of all new vehicles sold in the country would be electric. 

But, with a shortage of semiconductor chips, lack of charging stations, and lack of actual coordination with demand, is that even possible?

Semiconductor chips are imperative when it comes to vehicle manufacturing because they power a variety of features like emergency braking, entertainment systems, backup cameras, and so forth. We also use these microchips in electronics and medical equipment, which is part of the reason for the shortage. 

According to experts, supply chain restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors like tariffs in 2018 contribute to the scarcity of microchips. Since early 2021 it’s been a severe struggle for many car manufacturers to maintain production, especially electric vehicles (EVs). 

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‘The Big Book of Tiny Cars’ Celebrates the Smallest Automobiles

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Small cars are currently out of vogue. In a market dominated by ever-growing SUVs, major automakers like Ford, Fiat, VW, and Mercedes (through its hapless Smart subsidiary) are giving up on the category—at least in the U.S. market. Even Minis no longer live up to their name, with the smallest one cresting 3000 pounds. But once a car category departs the commonplace, interest tends to pick up among enthusiasts and collectors. How else to explain the current fascination with personal luxury coupes of the ’70s and ’80s?

To slake our growing thirst for subcompacts, British automotive writer Russell Hayes has written a new book about them, The Big Book of Tiny Cars: A Century of Diminutive Automotive Oddities (Motorbooks, $40), that will be available electronically on Nov. 30. The hardcover

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