Automotive Antenna Module Market to grow at a CAGR of 8% by 2025 | Increasing Connectivity Technologies in Vehicles to Boost Growth |17000+ Technavio Reports |

NEW YORK, Jan. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — 40% of the growth will originate from North America for the automotive antenna module market. The US is the key market for automotive antenna modules in North America. Market growth in this region will be faster than the growth of the market in regions. The high demand for automobiles in the US will facilitate the automotive antenna module market growth in North America over the forecast period. The automotive antenna module market is set to grow by USD 525.67 million from 2020 to 2025, progressing at a CAGR of 8% according to the latest report by Technavio.

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Automotive Antenna Module Market 2021-2025: Scope

Technavio presents a detailed picture of the market by the way of study, synthesis, and summation of data from multiple

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Automotive Timing Chain and Belt Market to be valued at US$ 10.20 Bn by 2027 – Comprehensive Research Report by FMI

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Jan. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global automotive timing chain and belt market was pegged at 114,517 ‘000 units in 2022 and is expected to reach 166,277 ‘000 units by the end of 2027. The market is projected to increase at a volume CAGR of 3.8%.

According to a new report by Future Market Insights titled “Automotive Timing Chain & Belt Market: Global Industry Analysis (2012–2016) and Opportunity Assessment (2022–2027),” global sales of automotive timing chains and belts was valued at US$ 6,754.7 Mn in 2022 and is projected to increase at a CAGR of 4.2% over the forecast period to be valued at US$ 10,209.9 Mn by 2027. This growth is primarily driven by an increase in vehicle production across key geographies.

Automotive Timing Chain and Belt Market Base Year Value (2021A) US$ 7.8 Bn
Automotive Timing Chain and Belt Market Estimated Year Value
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Volvo shows off the Polestar 3’s sweet new Android Automotive interface

The full Polestar 3 design isn't revealed yet, but Volvo released this camouflaged photo.
Enlarge / The full Polestar 3 design isn’t revealed yet, but Volvo released this camouflaged photo.


Volvo, Qualcomm, Google are teaming up to make car infotainment even more smartphone-like than ever. If Wintel (Windows plus Intel) is the default software+hardware combo of the PC era, then the smartphone equivalent has got to be Android and Qualcomm (Andcom? Qualdroid?). Volvo is bringing this combo to the upcoming Polestar 3 electric SUV, which is due sometime in 2022. We also got a sneak peek at what the new interface would look like.

Volvo’s Polestar 2 was the first to ship Google’s Android Automotive OS in a car. Unlike Android Auto or Apple’s CarPlay, which run on your smartphone, Android Automotive OS has a custom version of Android preinstalled on the car, as the main car infotainment OS. Even if you have an iPhone, your car still runs Android. The Polestar 2

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The Best Automotive Tech at CES 2022

The Best Automotive Tech at CES 2022

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The Best Automotive Tech at CES 2022

With several brands opting for virtual participation, the tech showdown between automotive brands at the Consumer Electronics Show has been less dramatic than expected, thanks to a resurgent Covid-19. That doesn’t mean there isn’t any path-breaking technology on offer. With artificial intelligence and connected tech taking centre-stage in automotive R&D, it’s up to big tech to be the next big disruptor in the automotive space. The return of the annual technology show, held in Las Vegas had several highlights, both live and virtual.

GM announces plans to launch a self-driving car

General Motors, which chose to make all of its announcements virtually, claimed that it aims to introduce a self-driving private vehicle by 2023. The brand, which also used CES to introduce its new Silverado EV pick-up truck (with a claimed 650km range) stated that it’s “Ultra Cruise” hands-free driving system

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