Global Automotive Air Intake Manifold Market Is Growing At A CAGR Of More Than 0.14% From 2420.29 Million In 2018
Friday, 15 Nov, 2019
Automotive air intake manifold is a very crucial element in the efficient working of the engine in a vehicle. The air intake manifold is a passage system that allows the fuel and air to pass though and from the carburetor and the engine valves. If a car is like your body, then the air intake manifold is its lungs. The air intake manifold is a series of tubes that distributes the air coming into the engine evenly to each of the cylinders, so that the right amount of air can mix with the right amount of gas.
The global automotive air intake manifold market is expected to reach USD 2444.92 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of more than 0.14% from 2420.29 million in 2018; the actual production is about 99.75 million units in 2018. QYR analysis of the automotive air intake manifold market indicated that China would still account for the highest production in 2025 as a result of mature consumption market and cheap raw material, but need keep eyes on the risk of falling demand and economic depression.
The automotive air intake manifold is classified into the plastic manifold and metal manifold according to the product material. As of 2018, plastic manifold segment dominates the market contributing more than 75% of the total market share, reach to 74.57 million units, while metal manifold with 24.44% market, reach to 24.12 million units. With the demanding of automotive lightweight, plastic manifold and other composite material will be more and more applied to replace the metal manifolds in the future.
The automotive air intake manifold market is concentrated market; key players include Mann+Hummel, Mahle, Toyota Boshoku, Sogefi, Aisin Seiki, Magneti Marelli, Keihin, Montaplast, Novares, Wenzhou Ruiming Industrial, Roechling, Mikuni, Inzi Controls, Samvardhana Motherson Group, Aisan Industry and BOYI; the revenue of top ten manufacturers accounts nearly 80% of the total revenue, in 2018. The high-end products mainly come from Japan and Europe.