The evolution of automotive electronic technologies and the growing strict requirements on vehicle’s environmental friendliness has conducted to the electronic control of fuel injection of automobiles in China. It is expected that, in the forthcoming years, Chinese automotive electronic injection industry will keep a steady growth rate of about 8%.
Gasoline electronic injection field:
In 2002, gasoline engines across China stopped the use of carburetor and entered the era of electronic injection. Currently, this industry has developed into a market characteristic of mature product technologies and full competition, where such players enjoy large shares, as United Automotive Electronic Systems Co.,Ltd, Delphi (China), Bosch, Dongguan Keihin Engine Management System Co.,Ltd. and Mitsubishi Electric Auto Parts (China).
Gasoline Direct Injection (GDi) has been the hottest market segment in the gasoline electronic injection field, and such type of engines has been installed in many auto models under Beijing Benz, Shanghai Volkswagen, Shanghai GM and FAW Volkswagen. In 2014, Chinese GDi market demand is estimated to hit roughly 4 million sets, and the figure in 2017 is anticipated to reach 6.57 million sets, with an average growth rate of 18% or so during 2014-2017.
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Diesel electronic injection field:
On January 1st, 2015, China will enforce national IV emission standards and high-pressure common-rail will be the mainstream fuel injection technology. As estimated, the Chinese market size of diesel high-pressure common rail system will reach RMB6.8 billion in 2014, up 7% from a year earlier, of which the market scale of heavy high-pressure common rail system will attain to RMB3.7 billion with a growth rate of as high as 27%. It is expected that, till 2017 Chinese diesel high-pressure common rail system market size will be