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Automotive Wiring Harness Market Value to Reach US$ 110.78 Billion by 2032 | Future Market Insights

According to ESOMAR-certified Future Market Insights’ (FMI) – Through 2032, the automotive wiring harness market is anticipated to expand at a significant CAGR of 7.9%. By 2032, the market for automotive wire harnesses is anticipated to reach a value of US$110.78 billion. As of 2022, the market was worth US$ 51.79 billion, compared to US$ 48.9 billion in 2021 for the automotive wiring harness market.

Substantial increase in the investment for automated driving activities and development of electric vehicles charging infrastructure across the globe are expected to remain key defining factors in the global automotive wiring harness market.

The COVID-19 pandemic crisis has severely affected the global economic growth, resulting in complete shutdown manufacturing activities and disruptions in the supply chain networks. However, automotive wiring harness market is expected to recover sharply as the economic activity resumes post the containment of pandemic.

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Key Takeaways

  • Automotive wiring harness demand is driven by healthy demand from automotive production in countries such as Germany, China, Japan and France. Investments to reduce CO2 emission and increase passenger safety are propelling demand
  • Leading automotive wiring harness manufacturers are focused on developing technologically advanced harnesses to improve safety and reduce downtime
  • Increasing preference of end users towards use of efficiently operating vehicles with advanced HVAC wiring harness systems, sensors wiring harness and chassis wiring harness is expected to fuel the market growth during the forecast period
  • East Asia and Europe is expected to lead the market in terms of market share owing to prevalence of major automotive wiring harness companies in the Germany and China. Furthermore, thriving development in the automotive industry in European countries such as U.K., France etc. results in substantial growth rate for the Automotive Wiring Harness demand growth

 “Manufacturers are focused on developing new wires and cables which occupy less space and are lighter in weight with cost-efficient manufacturing techniques. Raw materials are also being blended to improve the features of the final product. In addition, increase in technology adoption, vehicle customization and various investments and merger strategies to expand their business can be attributed to rise in sales of vehicles which upsurge the automotive wiring harness market. These activities are augmenting the adoption of automotive wiring harness and creating positive prospects for the market growth.” says FMI analyst.

Competitive Landscape

The market is witnessing significant consolidation, in which the leading players account for more than half of the share. The diffusion of small regional players is expected to increase competitive intensity during the forecast period. Some of the key players in the market are LEONI Group, Samvardhana Motherson Group, Sumitomo Electric, Yazaki Group and Fujikura Ltd. These players have considerable hold over market share, and have longstanding relationships with a number of leading end users, giving them a competitive advantage.

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Key Segments

Product Type

  • Chassis & Safety
    • Conventional Chassis
    • Semi-Forward Chassis
    • Full Forward Chassis
  • Body
    • Roof
    • Door & Window
    • Facia
    • Seat
    • Interior
  • HVAC
  • Engine
  • Sensors

Vehicle Type

  • Passenger Cars
    • Compact
    • Mid-Sized
    • SUV
    • Luxury
  • Light Commercial Vehicles
  • Heavy Commercial Vehicles
  • Electric Vehicles
    • BEV
    • PHEV

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Sales Channel

  • First Fit
  • Replacement

Region

  • North America
  • Latin America
  • Europe
  • East Asia
  • South Asia & Pacific
  • Middle East and Africa (MEA)