Global Automotive Transmission and Clutch Technologies Market Report 2022: Key Vendors, Top Markets, Technology Trends and Forecast for Market Size 2021-2036 –

Global Automotive Transmission and Clutch Technologies Market Report 2022: Key Vendors, Top Markets, Technology Trends and Forecast for Market Size 2021-2036 -

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Automotive Transmission and Clutch Technologies Market and Trend Analysis by Technology, Key Companies and Forecast, 2021-2036” report has been added to’s offer.

The report provides a comprehensive overview of the Global OE Transmissions and Clutches industry, key vendors, top markets, technology trends and market size forecasts.

The global transmission market has changed rapidly in the recent past. In particular, the need for greater fuel efficiency has created a lot of dynamism in the global transmission market. This dynamic is reflected in both the transmission types favored and the number of gears used. These overarching trends are also intertwined with several regional transmission type preferences that still prevail.

In terms of broad transmission types, the general global trend is towards more gear shift automation, even in Europe, which has long held out as the last stronghold of the manual transmission in mature markets. The prevailing view in Europe has long been that the manual gearbox – in good hands – is a more efficient means of shifting than a torque converter automatic.

This is no longer always the case thanks to the introduction of lock-up torque converters, more ratios and more advanced electronics, while the advent of the dual clutch transmission (DCT) has also shaken up the long-held perception that conventional manual transmissions are the most efficient systems available. .

In addition to the better efficiency offered today by automatic transmissions, whether torque converter or DCT type, test drives that yield a vehicle’s fuel economy or CO2 value are more likely to be repeated in the real world when switching is automated. Finally, increasing urbanization and associated increased traffic congestion is driving the need for more in-car comfort and convenience that an automatic transmission can provide.

The macroeconomic environment in each market will determine how quickly vehicle markets change and the types of transmissions demanded in each market. What is certain is that as fuel prices continue to rise, which will inevitably happen, there will be greater pressure on automakers to reduce fuel consumption, either through the development of all-electric or hybrid powertrains or simply through the efficiency of the combustion engine. to improve. and conventional transmissions.

Transmission development is a relatively inexpensive way for the OEMs to improve the fuel economy of their fleets compared to the adoption of advanced combustion technology. With this in mind, technologies such as stop-start, for all transmission types, will play an increasingly important role as costs are low in exchange for improvements in fuel economy anywhere between 3 and 10%.


  • Automotive OE transmissions (manual, automatic manual, automatic, dual clutch, continuously variable) assembly and market size data.

  • An overview of the latest technological developments and market trends (conventional step, continuously variable, infinitely variable, double clutch, manual, automated, hybrids, clutch management systems, decoupling clutches).

  • Exclusive interviews with OE suppliers and VMs including Land Rover, Torotrak, Camcon Automotive, Mazda, ZF Friedrichshafen, BorgWarner.

  • Updated profiles of the major automotive transmission suppliers, including their strategies and prospects.

  • Sector PESTER analysis (political, economic, social, technological, environmental and regulatory).

Main topics covered:

1. Key Industry Trends

2. PESTER Analysis

  • politics

  • economic

  • social

  • technological

  • Environment

  • Regulations

3. Companies

4. Forecasts

  • AMTs – Automated Manual Transmissions

  • Automatic transmissions

  • CVTs – Continuously Variable Transmissions

  • DCTs – Dual Clutch Transmissions

  • electrical transmissions

  • Manual transmissions

5. Markets

  • Clutch Market Overview

  • Transmission market overview

6. Technologies

  • Linking Technologies

  • Transmission technologies

7. Transmission sourcing patterns

  • Examples of External Transmission Supply Patterns

  • internal vs. external suppliers

  • External Delivery Market Shares

8. Appendix

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