Auto Battery Market Charging Up To $95 Billion

Grand View Research says the global automotive battery market is anticipated to reach $95.57 billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 7.9% during the forecast period. Features of an automotive battery have evolved as modern engines are smaller in displacement. As a result, current batteries act as a capacitor to absorb voltage spikes, which are often created when the electric switch closes or opens.

 

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  • Lead acid batteries are the most commonly used type. On the other hand, the lithium-ion batteries segment is expected to post the highest CAGR during the forecast period
  • Sodium-ion batteries are anticipated to gain tremendous popularity after their commercialization, owing to abundant availability of raw materials
  • In terms of vehicle, passenger vehicles are estimated to command more than half of the market revenue throughout the forecast horizon
  • Asia Pacific dominated the market in 2016, accounting for over 48.0% of the market revenue
  • Manufacturers either outsource powertrain or batteries from specialist suppliers or carry out the entire manufacturing process. Key players in the market includeHitachi; Ltd.; NEC Corporation; Johnson Controls; LG Chem Ltd.; and Tesla, Inc. These companies have a firm foothold in the market with capabilities to cater to the local as well as the international market.
     
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