Automotive Vacuum-less Braking Market To Grow 7.72% CAGR Fueled By Innovation

Mobility Outlook Bureau
01 Feb 2024
07:00 AM
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The rise of Level 2 and Level 3 autonomous vehicles further contributes to this growth and APAC is estimated to contribute 48% to the growth during the forecast period.


The automotive vacuum-less braking market is poised to experience substantial growth, reaching an estimated $3.08 billion from 2023 to 2028, with a projected CAGR of 7.73% during the forecast period, according to a recent report by Technavio. Key players in this market include Aptiv Plc, BorgWarner Inc., Brembo Spa, Continental AG, and others.

The market is segmented based on Application (Passenger vehicle and Commercial vehicle) and end-user (OEM and Aftermarket). The passenger vehicle segment is expected to witness significant growth, driven by automakers' focus on advancing braking technology for luxury cars, particularly in North America and Europe. The rise of Level 2 and Level 3 autonomous vehicles further contributes to this growth. APAC is estimated to contribute 48% to the growth during the forecast period, with key economies like China, India, and Japan actively embracing cutting-edge developments in vacuum-less braking systems. The region's economic growth, increased per capita income, and rising vehicle demand are key contributors.

Environmental Sustainability Driving Adoption

The demand for environmentally sustainable solutions is a crucial factor driving the growth of vacuum-less braking systems. These systems offer an eco-friendly solution by eliminating traditional vacuum boosters, enhancing braking efficiency, conserving energy, and reducing carbon emissions.

The lightweight design aligns with industry commitments to improve fuel efficiency and meet stringent emissions standards globally.

Challenges, Trends

High implementation costs for integrating advanced braking systems pose a significant challenge to market growth. The integration of vacuum-less braking systems with Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is identified as a primary trend shaping growth.

Advantages Of Vacuum-less Braking Technology

Also known as brake-by-wire systems, vacuum-less braking technology offers numerous benefits, especially in electric vehicles (EVs). It eliminates the need for traditional vacuum-based braking systems, making it more suitable for the unique requirements of EVs. The technology enables regenerative braking, recovering energy during braking and enhancing the vehicle's energy efficiency. Besides, integrating with ADAS and adaptive cruise control enhances overall vehicle safety and control.

As the automotive industry continues its shift towards electric and hybrid vehicles, the market for vacuum-less braking technology is expected to grow, driving further innovation in this field.

Courtesy: Technavio. Photo is representational; courtesy: Continental / Bremse

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