Gasoline direct injection system is an advanced and effective fuel injection technology, which gives many benefits compared to other gasoline fuel injection technology regarding efficiency and specific power.
The global Gasoline Direct Injection Systems market was valued at USD 8,812.1 million in 2020, growing with CAGR of 22.4% during the forecast period, 2021-2027. Rising penetration of electronic components in vehicles, consisting of pressure sensors, electronic control unit (ECU), and temperature sensors, as a way to improve automobile fuel efficiency, is likely to propel the gasoline direct injection system market throughout the globe.
The rise in engine component manufacturing industries throughout the globe is probably to further drive the gasoline direct injection system market throughout the globe. Major automobile producers are introducing engine management systems in their vehicles, which comprise multicore processors that assist communication among more than one powertrain control unit. However, the high cost of the GDI system due to high-pressure components and increase in penetration of electric vehicles hamper the market growth. Another disadvantage of the GDI system is an increase in particulate emissions such as NOx, which is difficult to curb post-combustion.
The passenger cars segment is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period. The dominance of the segment in the market is attributable to the increasing individual inclination towards premium & luxury vehicles in developed countries along with the implementation of direct injection systems in such vehicles.
In December 2021, Stanadyne, a leading global fuel, and air management systems supplier, launched a gasoline direct injection (GDI) fuel injector that offers 1,000 bar of pressure. The new high-pressure injector design has been successfully performance examined at the company’s Gasoline Engineering Center of Excellence in Jacksonville, NC. These higher injection pressures can assist engine designers to lessen tailpipe emissions for upcoming EU7 and SULEV regulations. Moreover, in April 2019, Stanadyne, a leading global fuel, and air management systems supplier acquired Pure Power Technologies Inc., a leader in the engineering and manufacturing of diesel fuel injectors and turbochargers. Through this acquisition, the companies bring together highly complementary product lines to form a global company delivering broad fuel and air management systems directly to OEMs and OES/aftermarket channels.Contact Information:
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