The "Global and China Cluster and Center Console Industry Report, 2019-2020" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This report highlights the following:
- Global and China cluster market (size, configuration, full LCD cluster installation, automakers' deployments, and development trends)
- Global and China center console market (size, installation, and development trends)
- Global and China display market (size, shipments, enterprise pattern and development trends)
- 16 global and Chinese suppliers of cluster & center consoles solutions (operation, cluster & center console deployments, development plan, etc.)
- 11 global and Chinese display suppliers (operation, automotive display deployments, new products, development trends, etc.).
As automotive electronics technology advances, cluster and center console are evolving. In an era of intelligent connected vehicles, full LCD clusters will be mainstream automotive instrument products in future. They tend to become available to entry-level models, not just being found in high-class vehicles.
In the first half of 2019, 1,307,900 sets of full LCD clusters were installed in passenger cars in China, a like-on-like spurt of 108.5%, with installation rate jumping from 5.2% in early 2018 to 15.0% in June 2019. It is predicted that the installation rate of full LCD clusters will be 35% in 2025.
In recent years, 3D clusters have come to the fore in automotive instrument deployments of players, including leading cockpit electronics suppliers like Continental and Visteon. The Natural 3D Lightfield Instrument Cluster, co-developed by Continental and a Silicon Valley company Leia Inc., will be spawned in 2022. Visteon has developed two 3D clusters: one is 3D technology for high-end models; the other is a multi-layer 3D technology, more applicable to low- and mid-end models. New PEUGEOT 208 (2019) carries Visteon's new 3D clusters which offer real, visual 3D content and allow for a higher level of interaction.
Personalized, highly customized profiled clusters (including curved ones) are a megatrend for automotive instrument cluster design. Examples include a high-tech, sleek-framed 16.8-inch curved dashboard mounted on the latest Porsche Taycan 2019 and displaying clear information, and a high performance custom-made curved dashboard rolled out by MTA, an Italian electronics supplier, in December 2019.
Intelligence tendency will fuel enthusiasm for dual or triple siamesed display design. Following Mercedes-Benz's launch of dual siamesed display design that provides luxury experience for users, more automakers choose to employ such high-tech, more practical center console solutions in their models like full range of Hongqi HS5 2019 with standard dual 12.3-inch siamesed displays; latest Changan CS75 PLUS packing an immersive dual 12.3-inch siamesed display; ENOVATE ME7 with a 12.3-inch LCD dashboard, a 15.6-inch center console and a 12.3-inch entertainment display at the copilot's seat; and GAC NE Aion LX featuring dual-curved screen design.
World-renowned automotive display suppliers like JDI, LGD, BOE and AU Optronics all invest more in research and development of display technology in their efforts to commercialize and spawn automotive OLED displays. At the same time, the breakthroughs in Mini Led and Micro-LED technologies that may become the next-generation automotive display technologies will make more display options a possibility.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Overview of Cluster and Display
1.2 Center Console
1.3 Display Technology
2 Cluster Configuration and Market Trends
2.1.1 Market Size
2.3 Competitive Pattern of Companies
2.4 Typical Clusters of OEMs
2.5 Development Trends
3 Center Console Installation and Market Trends
3.1 Global Center Console Market Size
3.2 Global Center Console Shipments
3.3 Installation Rate of Passenger Car Center Console in China, 2017-2019
3.4 Horizontal Center Consoles Outshine Vertical Ones and Prevail in Market
3.5 Passenger Car Center Console Market Structure by Size in China, 2017-2019
3.6 More Models Carry Large-size Center Consoles
3.7 A Growing Number of Models Pack 20-inch-above Displays
3.8 Multi-screen Trend
4 Automotive Display Development Trends
4.1 Global Automotive Display Shipments
4.2 Automotive Display Shipment Structure by Market Segment
4.3 Installations of OEM Passenger Car Display in China (by Purpose), 2019
4.4 Installation Rate of Passenger Car Displays in China (by Type), 2019
4.5 Market Shares of Major Global Automotive Display Vendors, 2018
4.6 Global Automotive Display Market Share, 2019
4.7 Major Automotive Display Suppliers in China, 2019
4.8 Global Vendors Invest in New Fields such as MiniLED
4.9 OLED Display /AMOLED Display
4.10 Curved Polymorphic Display
4.11 3D Display
4.12 Shaped Display
4.13 Automotive Mini LED Display Solution Layout and Trends
4.14 Automotive Micro-LED Display Solutions
4.15 Quick Response Technology
4.16 Ultra-narrow Bezel Display Technology
5 Global Center Console System Solution Providers
5.2 Nippon Seiki
5.9 Desay SV
5.10 Foryou General Electronics
5.11 AutoIO Technology
6 Global Automotive Display Suppliers
6.3 Tianma Micro-electronics
6.9 Other Companies
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