The Worldwide Automotive Blockchain Industry is Expected to Reach $1.68 Billion by 2026 | News

DUBLIN, Oct. 21, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The “Global Automotive Blockchain Market (2021-2026) by Type, Application, Provider, Vehicle Type, Propulsion, Geography, Competitive Analysis and the Impact of COVID-19 with Ansoff Analysis” report has been added to‘s offering.

The Global Automotive Blockchain Market is estimated to be USD 0.41 Bn in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 1.68 Bn by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 32.5%.

Blockchain technology is gaining importance in the automotive industry owing to the need for secure payments and digital access while interacting with other V2V communication. The increasing use of blockchain has helped in tracking and further ensuring transparency. These factors are driving the growth of the automotive blockchain market. The growing demand for better payments in logistics & transportation, mobility services and also increasing demand for the crypto currency market are further enhancing the growth opportunity for the blockchain market.


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Worldwide Automotive Intercooler Industry to 2026 – Players Include Bell Intercoolers, Forge Motorsport and Modine Manufacturing Among Others

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Automotive Intercooler Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2021-2026” report has been added to’s offering.

The global automotive intercooler market exhibited strong growth during 2015-2020. Looking forward, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 9% during 2021-2026.

Companies Mentioned

  • Bell Intercoolers
  • Forge Motorsport Inc.
  • Garrett Motion Inc.
  • Kale Oto Radyator
  • Mishimoto
  • Modine Manufacturing
  • Pro-Alloy (Holdings) Limited
  • PWR Holdings Limited
  • Treadstone Performance Engineer

An automotive intercooler is a heat exchanger device utilized for cooling the air entering the carburetor or fuel injection system. It is used as an air-to-air or air-to-water cooler for supercharged and turbocharged internal combustion engines to extract waste heat from the compressed air. It assists in increasing the efficiency of the induction system, improving combustion and enhancing the reliability of the engine. It also helps maximize the fuel economy and reduce the greenhouse gas

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Pamplin Media Group – ‘She-canics’ Women in the automotive repair industry

This article brought to you by Lance Griffin – Lance’s Superior Auto Service – AUTO SERVICE INSIDER –

From Grease Monkey to Grease Mama, women are no longer sidelined in the automotive repair industry. They are making their mark in a once male-dominated industry and while still relatively uncommon, currently, there are more women mechanics than ever before.

Why? For a few reasons. The trend has been increasing as the evolution of modern cars change. Women are more interested in cars, the utility of cars, speed and style. Women make up 25% of the tech field and nearly 10% of the automotive repair industry and these numbers are expected to grow. Comparatively, in 1999, women were just 1% of the automotive repair workforce.

Today, dads are taking an active interest in sharing their car interests with their daughters and it’s paying off. Women are less likely to rely on men

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What electric vehicles mean for the future of the auto industry

If cars are becoming computers, and computers are essentially appliances, what does that portend for the future of the automotive industry?

Vehicles powered by internal combustion engines (ICEs) are gradually being displaced by electric vehicles (EVs) that are basically computers mated to battery-powered drivetrains.

The technology at work is of course not as simple as that statement implies.

Ask General Motors, whose Chevrolet Bolt EVs are apparently at such risk of randomly bursting into flames that they’ve instructed owners not to park them indoors. And with 11 crashes since early 2018 involving its autonomous driving tech, federal regulators are now questioning whether Tesla is misleading consumers by calling its driver-assistance system “Autopilot.” Obviously, if building the perfect EV was elementary, Bolts wouldn’t be randomly combusting and Teslas would be better at driving in the dark.

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But the complexities are being conquered, and much of the

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