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Hybrid Vehicle Market - Future Trends & Scenario by 2025


(USGovernment-News.Com, October 26, 2019 ) The volume of the Hybrid Vehicle Market is projected to reach 7,593 Thousand Units by 2025, at a CAGR of 8.94%. The key growth drivers for the market are increasing government initiatives, higher fuel efficiency, longer driving range, stringent emission regulations and the increasing demand for mid-size and large size cars in countries such as Norway, Sweden, Germany, the US, and others.

Some of the key manufacturers operating in the market are Toyota (Japan), Ford (US), Volvo (Sweden), Continental (Germany), Daimler (Germany), Delphi (UK), and others.

The full hybrid segment is estimated to hold the largest market share, by volume, for the hybrid vehicles, by the degree of hybridization, during the forecast period. But the fastest growth can be seen in the mild hybrid segment. The growth of the full hybrid segment can be attributed to the improving fuel efficiency and reduced emission due to a continuous technology upgrade.

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The parallel hybrid is estimated to be largest and fastest growing market, in terms of volume, in this market, by electric powertrain type. The market for parallel hybrids is likely to grow due to the increased use of regenerative braking technology. The regenerative braking system is the most commonly used technology in hybrid vehicles. The use of the regenerative braking system and the lesser cost of micro and mild hybrids compared to PHEVs will boost the demand for parallel hybrids.

Asia Pacific is estimated to be the largest market for hybrid vehicles during the forecast period, followed by Europe and North America. The market growth in the region can be attributed to the increased sales of hybrid vehicles in Japan, China, and South Korea. Also, the Asia Pacific region is home to major players in the hybrid vehicles market, such as Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Kia, BYD, and Hyundai. Japan is the largest market in the hybrid vehicle segment worldwide.

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The passenger car segment is estimated to hold the largest market share, in terms of volume, for the global market, by vehicle type, during the forecast period. But, the commercial vehicle segment is estimated to be the fastest growing market owing to the ease of application of hybrid vehicle technology in commercial vehicle, increased driving range, fuel efficiency, and high focus of OEMs to reduce emissions from commercial vehicles.

Target Audience:

• Auto OEMS
• Companies operating in the hybrid vehicle ecosystem
• Country-level governments and other policymakers
• Country-level industry associations and experts
• Distributors and suppliers of hybrid vehicle components
• Electric Vehicle manufacturers
• Manufacturers of hybrid vehicle components
• Manufacturers of hybrid vehicles
• Raw material manufacturers
• Raw material suppliers

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