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自動車性能向上と効率改善を促す48V電源システム

Leveraging 48 V Systems for Improved Automotive Performance and Efficiency

 

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Navigant Research
ナビガントリサーチ
2018年3月US$1,000
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米国調査会社ナビガントリサーチ(Navigant Research)の調査レポート「自動車性能向上と効率改善を促す48V電源システム」は、48Vマイルドハイブリッド技術採用への移行について調査している。この移行に果たすFCA(フィアット・クライスラー・オートモービルズ)の役割や、世界の自動車市場の電化への影響について論じている。48Vシステムの必要条件や、自動車業界がグリーン認証に関する性能やエネルギー効率をどのように推進していくかについても述べている。消費者の受容や部品コストなどのOEMやサプライヤが注視すべき課題に関する助言も記載している。

2017 saw the first notable adoption of 48 V electrical systems in Europe. To a significant degree, this was driven by the backlash against diesel as a means of achieving reduced greenhouse gas emissions and fuel consumption. In the US, fuel remains relatively inexpensive, and the prevailing political climate at a federal level has shifted away from endorsing efficiency.

As a result, in 2017, it looked as though several more years would pass before the technology was adopted by Detroit-based automotive brands. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) had been expected to be the first adopter of the technology—but not until 2019 or 2020 and not at high volume. However, at the Los Angeles Auto Show and the North American International Auto Show in December 2017 and January 2018, the company surprised the industry with major new product announcements incorporating 48 V systems in some of its highest volume vehicles. This marks a major shift in the near-term outlook for 48 V system adoption in North America.

This Navigant Research report examines the shift in the adoption of 48 V mild-hybrid technology. It discusses the role FCA is playing in this shift, as well as the impact on the global market for electrified vehicles. The study also examines the requirements for 48 V systems and how the industry is promoting performance and efficiency over green credentials. Recommendations are provided to OEMs and suppliers on what issues they should be monitoring, including consumer acceptance and component costs.

Key Questions Addressed:
  • Which OEMs are adopting 48 V technology in North America?
  • Why are they adding 48 V electrical systems?
  • What specific technologies are OEMs utilizing?
  • How will 48 V technology be marketed to consumers?
  • How will this affect the overall market for 48 V electrical systems in North America?
Who needs this report?
  • Automotive OEMs
  • Automotive suppliers
  • Battery manufacturers
  • Regulators
  • Policymakers
  • Investor community


目次

Spark

Context

Recommendations

The Auto Industry Is Announcing Electrification and Trying to Sell It

Fiat Chrysler Is Launching 48 V Electrification on Its Highest Volume Products

48 V Systems Must Meet Rugged Operational Conditions

OEMs Are Filling Torque Holes with Electric Assist

Why Launch 48 V Mild-Hybrids Now?

The Industry Is Promoting Premium Performance over Green Credentials

FCA Kick-Starts the North American Market for Low Voltage Electrification

The Rest of the US Industry Should Watch Closely and Adapt

List of Charts and Figures

  • 2019 Ram 1500 48 V Belted Starter-Generator Drive
  • Annual 48 V Mild-Hybrid Sales, North America: 2017-2026

 

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[プレスリリース原文]

Navigant Research Report Shows Near-Term Uptick in North American Adoption of 48 V Electrical Systems

Recent consumer interest is centered around performance enhancements to two of Fiat Chrysler’s high-volume nameplates

March 21, 2018

A new report from Navigant Research looks at adoption of 48 V mild-hybrid technology, analyzing Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA’s) role in the market and the technology’s impact on electrified vehicles globally.

Though adoption has been on the rise in Europe, 48 V electrical systems have had little presence in the US. During the Los Angeles Auto Show and the North American International Auto Show in December 2017 and January 2018, however, FCA surprised the industry with major new product announcements incorporating 48 V systems in some of its highest volume vehicles.  According to a new report from Navigant Research, this marked a major shift in the near-term outlook for 48 V system adoption in North America.

“The prospects for adoption of vehicles with 48 V mild hybrid systems in North America picked up significant momentum in late 2017 and early 2018 as Fiat Chrysler introduced the technology on two of its highest volume nameplates,” says Sam Abuelsamid, senior research analyst at Navigant Research. “Prior to the announcement of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler and 2019 Ram 1500 pickup, it appeared that only some premium European brands would be launching the technology in North America before 2020.”

While high fuel prices and the desire for reduced greenhouse gases have been strong drivers for European adoption of 48 V systems, in the US, fuel remains relatively inexpensive, and the prevailing political climate at the federal level has shifted away from endorsing efficiency. According to the report, FCA’s marketing emphasis on the performance enhancement of the system has set the stage for mild hybrid systems to finally experience commercial success in North America.

The report, Leveraging 48 V Systems for Improved Automotive Performance and Efficiency, examines the shift in the adoption of 48 V mild-hybrid technology. It discusses the role FCA is playing in this shift, as well as the impact on the global market for electrified vehicles. The study also examines the requirements for 48 V systems and how the industry is promoting performance and efficiency over green credentials. Recommendations are provided to OEMs and suppliers on what issues they should be monitoring, including consumer acceptance and component costs.

 

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