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Engine Plant Database – 2016 Edition

Engine Plant Database - 2016 Edition

Automotive World’s “Engine Plant Database – 2016 Edition” contains production data for light and heavy vehicle engines in 2015. Delivered in an Excel file, the data focuses on engines for on-highway applications, excluding agriculture, construction, marine, gen-sets, etc. The plant locations refer to the commonly-used descriptions, but may be described differently in other sources.

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Paccar production outlook to 2020

Paccar production outlook to 2020

Paccar produced an estimated 160,000 trucks in 2015. The world’s 4th largest producer of >16t trucks sells vehicles in North America (Kenworth and Peterbilt) and Europe (DAF). This exclusive Automotive World report outlines why Paccar's output is anticipated to drop by 5% in 2016, followed by a recovery from 2018 that will take the OEM to a new peak by 2020.

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Guide to the automotive world in 2016

Guide to the automotive world in 2016

What does 2016 hold for the global automotive industry? This annual publication- available exclusively to Automotive World subscribers - features a mix of interviews with and articles by top global automotive industry analysts and consultants.

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Is the auto industry ready for the world of 2030?

Is the auto industry ready for the world of 2030?

2030 - the new 2020? The automotive industry is entering a 15-year period of societal and industrial development more rapid than ever before. For so long a convenient, vague, far-away target, 2020 is suddenly just around the corner, so it is to the world of 2030 that we now look for the next round of change. But how different will that world be? And what role will the automotive industry play in that world?

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US truck industry prepares for GHG Phase II

US truck industry prepares for GHG Phase II

In February 2014, President Obama called for new heavy duty (HD) truck emissions standards. A draft of the proposed Phase II greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel economy rule is expected to be published in June 2015. After a period of consultation, the final Phase II rule will be published in 2016.

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Engine Plant Database – 2015 Edition

Engine plant database - 2015 Edition

Automotive World’s “Engine Plant Database – 2015 Edition” contains production data for light and heavy vehicle engines in 2014. Delivered in an Excel file, the data focuses on engines for on-highway applications, excluding agriculture, construction, marine, gen-sets, etc. The plant locations refer to the commonly-used descriptions, but may be described differently in other sources.

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Can battery EVs ever be profitable?

Can battery EVs ever be profitable?

Using exclusive insight from leading executives from OEMs, suppliers, consultants and trade associations engaged with the electric vehicle market, this report addresses the question of whether BEVs can ever be profitable.

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Guide to the automotive world in 2015

Guide to the automotive world in 2015

What does 2015 hold for the global automotive industry? This annual Automotive World publication features high level interviews with the associations that represent the world's major vehicle manufacturers and automotive suppliers, and articles written by some of the top automotive industry analysts and consultants.

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Is there a future for alternative engine architectures?

Is there a future for alternative engine architectures?

This report examines the likelihood of alternative engine architectures being used in mainstream automotive applications, with exclusive insight from the leading alternative engine suppliers and the OEMs with which they hope to work, as well as from impartial consultants to gain a neutral perspective on these unconventional ICE architectures.

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The promising outlook for natural gas in M/HD trucking

The promising outlook for natural gas in M/HD trucking

Advances in gas extraction techniques mean that vast untapped underground reserves of natural gas are becoming more readily accessible, increasing the production potential of natural gas for industrial and transport applications and indicating a shift in demand away from imported petroleum fuels. As a result, OEMs and suppliers have increased ...

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