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New York City, NY: Nov. 30, 2020 – Published via (Wired Release)- Global Automotive Keyless Entry 2021-2030 | Investment Opportunity Pivot on Aftermarket, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEMs) to boost market growth opportunities and forecast by 2030, prepared by Market.us is widely known for its accuracy and factual figures that have been shown through a concise graphical representation, tables and figures. The Automotive Keyless Entry market assessment puts forth all-inclusive data that enriches the scope, understanding, and application of this report. The prime objective of the research assets is to define market sizes of different segments and countries in previous years and to forecast the values to the next 10 years. 

The rising technology in Automotive Keyless Entry is also depicted in this research report. Factors that are boosting the growth of the market, and giving a positive push to thrive in the global market is explained in detail. This report is designed to incorporate both qualify qualitative and quantitative aspects of Automotive Keyless Entry industry with respect to each of the regions and countries involved in the study.

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The report study segments comprehensive information about Automotive Keyless Entry Market By type (Passive Keyless Entry (PKE) System, Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System), By applications and Regional Forecast 2021-2030. Strengths, opportunities, threats, and weaknesses of leading companies are measured by the analysts in the report by using industry-standard tools such as Porter’s five force analysis and SWOT analysis.

Covid-19 Impact Analysis On Automotive Keyless Entry Market:

During the first quarter of 2020, different global economies were badly impacted by a viral outbreak of COVID-19. This viral outbreak of the Covid-19 was later recognized as a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). COVID-19 spread in different global countries, affecting a large number of people in a short timeframe. We at Market.us offer an informative report on this Market which helps in making strategic decisions over the forecast period 2021-2030.

Some of the companies operating the industry are:

HELLA, Marquardt, Atmel, TRW Automotive, Denso, Delphi, Panasonic, Continental Automotive, Alps Electric, Omron Automotive, Valeo, HYUNDAI MOBIS, Mitsubishi Electric, Calsonic Kansei and EyeLock

Prominent Points in Automotive Keyless Entry Market businesses segmentation and coverage:

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into:

Passive Keyless Entry (PKE) System, Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Automotive Keyless Entry Market: 

History Year: 2012-2019 || Base Year: 2020 || Estimated Year: 2021 || Forecast Year: 2021 to 2030

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Key Geographies Encompassed in the Report: 

  • North America (U.S., Canada) 
  • Europe (U.K., Germany, Italy, France, Rest of EU) 
  • Asia Pacific (India, Japan, China, Australia, Rest of APAC) 
  • Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of Latin America) 
  • The Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, U.A.E., South Africa, Rest of MEA) 

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BEIJING (Reuters) – Tesla Inc said on Thursday it planned to start making electric vehicle (EV) chargers in China in 2021, part of the U.S. carmaker’s push to boost sales in the world’s biggest car market.

FILE PHOTO: A Tesla logo is seen at a groundbreaking ceremony of Tesla Shanghai Gigafactory in Shanghai, China January 7, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song/File Photo

Tesla, which now sells its Model 3 electric cars in China and plans to deliver its Model Y sport utility vehicles in 2021, plans to invest 42 million yuan ($6.4 million) in a new factory to make its third generation of quick chargers, known as the Supercharger V3, it said in a statement.

The factory will be near its car plant in Shanghai.

China, which offers hefty subsidies for electric vehicles as it seeks to cut down on pollution from petrol or diesel cars, has been expanding its nationwide network of charging points, one of the biggest challenges to encouraging adoption of EVs.

The factory, which Tesla expects to complete in the first quarter next year, will have capacity to make 10,000 chargers a year, Tesla said.

Tesla, which sold more than 13,000 vehicles in China in October, said it would expand research capabilities in Shanghai.

China now imports EV chargers, usually installed in charging stations or car parks, from the United States.

The Shanghai car factory, central to Tesla’s global growth strategy, aims to produce 150,000 Model 3 sedans this year and has started exporting some vehicles to Europe.

Executives at Tesla said this year that the firm would expand its charging network to provide better service.

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BERLIN (Reuters) – Volkswagen is bringing forward the development of a small electric car for the mass market in anticipation of tougher climate regulations, according to plans seen by Reuters, as it seeks to boost sales in a new green era.



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Under the project dubbed “Small BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle)”, engineers are racing to develop a purely-battery powered car around the size of a Polo which will be available for between 20,000 and 25,000 euros ($24,000-30,000).

This would make it cheaper than Volkswagen’s ID.3 electric car, which went on sale in September.

Volkswagen did not provide details on what the vehicle might look like, when it might be launched or where it might be built.

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The carmaker has said the European Union’s more stringent emissions targets will force it to boost the proportion of hybrid and electric vehicles in its European car sales to 60% by 2030, up from a previous target of 40%.

Earlier this month, it raised its planned investment on digital and electric vehicle technologies to 73 billion euros ($86 billion) over the next five years, of which around 35 billion will be invested in e-mobility.

The VW brand currently plans to build 1.5 million electric cars by 2025.

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BEIJING (Reuters) – Tesla Inc plans to start manufacturing electric vehicle (EV) chargers in China in 2021, according to a document submitted to the Shanghai authorities by the U.S. firm which is seeking to expand sales in the world’s biggest car market.

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Tesla, which now sells its Model 3 electric cars in China and plans to deliver its Model Y sport utility vehicles in 2021, plans to invest 42 million yuan ($6.4 million) in a new factory to make the chargers, also known as charging piles, near its car plant in Shanghai, the document seen by Reuters said.

China, which offers hefty subsidies for electric vehicles as it seeks to cut down on pollution from petrol or diesel cars, has been expanding its nationwide network of charging points, one of the biggest challenges to encouraging adoption of EVs.

The factory, which Tesla expects to complete in February, will have capacity to make 10,000 chargers a year, according to the document submitted by Tesla.

It now imports the chargers, usually installed in charging stations or car parks, from the United States.

Tesla, which sold over 13,000 vehicles in China last month, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The Shanghai car factory, central to Tesla’s global growth strategy, aims to produce 150,000 Model 3 sedans this year and has started exporting some vehicles to Europe.

Executives at Tesla said this year that the firm would expand its charging network to provide better service.

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Nov 22, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Bicycle Wheels Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 interprets market overview, value chain structure, industrial environment, regional analysis, applications, market size, and forecast. The report is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to our archive of market research studies. The report presents an extensive analysis of market competition, regional expansion, and market segmentation by type, application, and geography supported by exact market figures. The report discusses different growth drivers, market challenges and restraints, and trends, and opportunities in detail. It focuses on the global Bicycle Wheels market trends, future forecasts, growth opportunities, key end-user industries, and market players. The objectives of the study are to present the key developments of the market across key regions.

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The market report mainly contains the following manufacturers: Shimano (JP), Campagnolo (Italy), Zipp (US), Knight Composites (US), DT Swiss (Switzerland), Prime Components (UK), Mavic (France), FFWD Wheels (Netherlands), Pro Lite (Taiwan), Miche (Italy), Industry Nine (US), Forza Cirrus (Belgium), Rolf Prima (US), Sensa Supra (Netherlands), Halo Wheels (UK), Hunt Bike Wheels (UK), Yishun Bike (CN), Ambrosio (Italy), Williams Cycling (US), ROL Wheels (US), Easton Cycling (US), Cero Wheels (UK), Boyd Cycling (US), Woven (Canada),

The report highlights product types which are as follows: Alloy Wheels, Carbon Wheels

The report highlights top applications which are as follows: Road Bike, Mountain Bike, Gravel/Cyclo-cross Bike, Track Bike, Others

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BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) – Car manufacturers will need to meet tight emissions limits for their activities to be classed as a sustainable investment under proposed European Union rules, which the auto industry said could undermine investment in the sector’s green transition.

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Under green finance rules that kick in at the end of 2021, the EU will define which investments can be marketed as “sustainable” based on criteria that they make a “substantial contribution” to tackling or adapting to climate change.

The EU aims to force providers of financial products to disclose which investments meet these criteria to avoid “greenwashing”, or presenting a product as environmentally friendly even when it falls short, and steer private investment into low-carbon projects.

The European Commission published proposals for the rules on Friday, opening them to public feedback before finalising them this year.

Under the rules, car manufacturing would only count as a “sustainable” investment for vehicles that emit less than 50g of CO2 per km. This would apply to passenger vehicles and freight vehicles that weigh less than 3.5 tonnes.

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From 2026, only zero-emissions vehicles in these categories would be classed as a sustainable, meaning hybrid vehicles would lose their “green” label.

The limits are lower than current EU targets for new cars – an average of 95g CO2/km – which carmakers must meet to avoid paying fines.

Industry lobby group the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association said the green finance rules could leave carmakers struggling to raise funds needed to clean up their fleets.

“The automotive sector is worried that the regulation might instead deter investors at the very time when it needs additional funding to transition towards cleaner solutions,” a spokesperson for the group said.

Europe’s CO2 emissions from transport are higher than they were in 1990. This trend needs to change for the EU to meet its economy-wide target to have net zero emissions by 2050.

Transport produces roughly 30% of total EU CO2 emissions, with about three quarters coming from road transport.

Carmakers in Europe are adding zero-emission vehicles to their model lineups. Peugeot maker PSA Group’s Chief Executive Carlos Tavares has said the company will no longer invest in internal combustion engines.

Zero-emission battery-electric car sales jumped 71.2% in the first three quarters of 2020 in the EU, but still only made up 4% of new vehicle sales.

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Climate activists’ hopes to transition Americans to electric vehicles are on a collision course with their anti-mining and zero emissions agendas, according to a new report.



a car parked in a parking lot: FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2020 file photo a 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV is displayed at the 2020 Pittsburgh International Auto Show in Pittsburgh.  On Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020, General Motors says a pending breakthrough in battery chemistry will cut the price of its electric vehicles so they equal those powered by gasoline within five years.  (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)


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President-elect Joe Biden made the adoption of elective vehicles (EVs) a key part of his climate policy. He’s pledged to “use the Federal government procurement system — which spends $500 billion every year — to drive towards 100% clean energy and zero-emissions vehicles,” and to “accelerate the deployment of electric vehicles” through tax credits and subsidies.

The challenge is that EV’s currently account for a small percentage of the more than 17 million vehicles sold in the U.S. each year. In 2018 and 2019, there were just 361,000 and 325,000 electric vehicles sold, respectively. Of the 200 million vehicles on the roads in California today, just two million are electric.

Creating the new EVs needed to change those numbers could create its own environmental challenges, according to Ben Lieberman with the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), who looked at the environmental impact of increasing the production of electric vehicles.

For example, manufacturing the batteries needed for electric vehicles produces more carbon emissions than conventional engines, the report states.

Battery production involves mined minerals such as lithium, cobalt and rare earths. Environmental campaigns against domestic mining have taken a toll on the industry and may force U.S. manufacturers to increase imports from overseas.The environmental standards in many of these nations are weaker, the report noted.

The financial firm UBS found that replacing global sales of conventional vehicles would require a 2,898% increase in lithium; a 1,928% increase in cobalt; a 524% increase in graphite; a 105% increase in nickel; and a 655% increase in rare earths minerals.

Although lithium can be mined in Australia, much of the world’s supply comes from Chile where it causes “ecosystem degradation” and “landscape damage,” according to a United Nations report. Cobalt primarily comes from the Congo and, the CEI reports, “its mining and processing is the stuff of environmentalist and human rights group crusades.”

The other main source for the minerals needed to manufacture electric vehicle batteries is China.

“As with much Chinese-directed industrial activity, most of this mining and processing is subject to minimal environmental protections and is largely powered by coal,” Lieberman wrote in the report.

Few domestic projects fall in line with environmental activists’ agenda to halt mining and other energy development.

Pebble Mine in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska is nearing the end of a lengthy environmental review process.

Lieberman’s report notes it could be one of the most productive new mines in decades for harvesting the raw

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Nov 17, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
As per the latest report published by Variant Market Research, Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Market is estimated to reach $169.6 billion by 2024; growing at a CAGR of 12.5% from 2016 to 2024. The automotive lightweight materials are used to decrease the weight of automotive, and are mixture of metal alloys and composites. These automotive lightweight materials have many applications in several industries such as automobile, wind, aerospace, and others. Growing demand for fuel efficient vehicles due to strict emission regulations, high demand for lightweight materials in automotive industry, technological advancements globally are the factors driving the global automotive lightweight materials market growth during the future years.

Major factors driving the global automotive lightweight materials market are growing penetration of lightweight components, high production of aircraft modules, and stringent emission and fuel economy guidelines to increase the demand for lightweight materials in automotive industry. However, high cost of carbon fiber, and instabilities in raw material prices may hamper the market growth. Furthermore, growing demand for lightweight vehicles across the globe, and current R&D in lightweight materials used in automotive would unfold with numerous growth opportunities in the forecasted years.

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Major segments in the global automotive lightweight materials market are material type, application, and geography. By material type, the market is bifurcated into metals, plastics, and composites. Metal includes aluminium, high strength steel (HSS), and other metals. Composite is further bifurcated into carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), and glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP). Further, application is segmented into structural, powertrain, interior, exterior, and other applications.

Geographically, automotive lightweight materials market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). North America is further bifurcated in U.S., Canada, and Mexico whereas Europe consist of UK, Germany, France, and Rest of Europe. Asia-Pacific is segmented into India, China, Japan, South Korea, and Rest of Asia-Pacific while RoW is bifurcated into South America, Middle East, and Africa.

The key market players competing in the market are Toray Industries, Inc., BASF SE, Covestro AG, PPG Industries, Inc., ThyssenKrupp AG, Novelis Inc., LyondellBasell Industries N.V., Owens Corning, Alcoa Inc., and ArcelorMittal S.A., among others.

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In an announcement that drew immediate comparisons to “The Jetsons,” the city of Orlando, Fla., and a German aviation company formally unveiled plans on Wednesday to build the first hub for flying cars in the United States.

The 56,000-square-foot transportation hub, shown for the first time in renderings and in a video simulation, resembles an airport terminal. Think Eero Saarinen.

The so-called vertiport is scheduled to be completed in 2025 and will enable passengers to bypass Florida’s notoriously congested highways, the city and the hub’s developers contend.

The electric-powered aircraft will be capable of taking off vertically from the ground-based hub and reaching a top speed of 186 miles per hour, according to the Munich-based aviation company Lilium, which is working with the Orlando firm Tavistock Development Company on the project.

But is the ambitious project, intended to introduce Lilium’s flying taxis as a more time-efficient if costlier alternative to ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft, viable? There is a caveat: The aircraft are still in the developmental phase.

Orlando officials don’t seem to be dissuaded by that uncertainty. On Monday, the City Council approved more than $800,000 in potential tax rebates to Lilium.

Buddy Dyer, the city’s longtime mayor, framed the project as a transformational one in a statement on Wednesday.

“For this new technology to truly reshape the transportation ecosystem and benefit Orlando residents long-term, it is going to take a true partnership between cities, developers and transportation operators,” Mr. Dyer said. “We have been focused on finding the right partners to be a global leader in the advanced air mobility space.”

The site selected for the transportation hub is in Lake Nona, a 17-square-mile planned community within the city limits that is next to Orlando International Airport. It will require approval from the Federal Aviation Administration. The aircraft themselves will also fall under the agency’s oversight.

“The F.A.A. is the regulatory authority over all flight activities in the United States, including urban air mobility aircraft,” the F.A.A. said in a statement on Wednesday night. “The agency is in the preliminary stages of working with these applicants and will continue to engage with them as they work to meet certification standards.”

Jim Gray, a City Council commissioner whose district includes the site of the planned hub, said on Monday that tax incentives were justified and that the project would create about 140 jobs that paid about $65,000 a year on average.

“That’s what we need,” Mr. Gray said during the Council meeting. “We need better-paying jobs. So I think our investment, us priming the pump to help this work with some tax rebates, is absolutely the right thing to do.”

Orlando officials noted that the projected salaries would be more than 25 percent higher than the average salary in Orange County, which includes the city. They also said that the tax rebates were not taking away from existing funds.

“It also should be emphasized on rebates that’s on value that they’re generating,” Mr. Dyer said on Monday. “We’re

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Nov 11, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Global Automotive Radar Sensors Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2026 interprets market overview, value chain structure, industrial environment, regional analysis, applications, market size, and forecast. The report is one of the most comprehensive and important additions to our archive of market research studies. The report presents an extensive analysis of market competition, regional expansion, and market segmentation by type, application, and geography supported by exact market figures. The report discusses different growth drivers, market challenges and restraints, and trends, and opportunities in detail. It focuses on the global Automotive Radar Sensors market trends, future forecasts, growth opportunities, key end-user industries, and market players. The objectives of the study are to present the key developments of the market across key regions.

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The research report features an in-depth investigation of the potential segments including product type, application, and end-user, and their contribution to the overall global Automotive Radar Sensors market size. A detailed outlook and future prospects of the industry are given. The report also includes various topics like market size & share, product types, applications, key market drivers & restraints, challenges, growth opportunities, key players, competitive landscape. It considers key aspects of every leading player such as company size, market share, market growth, revenue, production volume, and profits. The report splits the market size, by volume and value, on the basis of application type and geography.

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The market report mainly contains the following manufacturers: Autoliv, Continental, Delphi Automotive, DENSO, HELLA, InnoSenT, NXP Semiconductors, Robert Bosch, Smartmicro, Wistron NeWeb, ZF-TRW, Asahi Kasei, Mitsubishi Electric, Nidec Elesys Americas, FUJITSU TEN, Valeo, Brigade, Analog Devices, Inc., Continental AG, Custom Sensors & Technologies, Inc.,

The report highlights product types which are as follows: Long Range ((3)77 GHz), Medium Range (76-77 GHz), Short Range (24 GHz)

The report highlights top applications which are as follows: AEBS, ACC, BSD, PPS, Park Assist Systems, LDWS

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  • The report gives an understanding of global Automotive Radar Sensors market overview, details on leading market participants, including details on upstream and downstream market developments.
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  • Further, the report also gives its readers with an immense understanding of various stakeholder developments, new segment expansions, opportunity
  • An assessment of budding opportunities as well as growth across regions and countries
  • Geographically, this report studies the top producers and consumers, focuses on product capacity, production, value, consumption, market share, and growth opportunity in these key regions, covering: North America (United States, Canada
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