With the deployment of a whiplash prevention system, the occupant’s position can be modified and the headrest and backrest of the front seat can be shifted rearward. The occupant is better protected as a result. Throughout the forecast years of 2022–2032, this is anticipated to result in a gain of 180 BPS for the market for automotive whiplash protection systems.
The market for automotive whiplash safety systems is expected to reach USD 5.2 billion by 2032, rising at a CAGR of 7.2% from 2022 to 2032. The market is expected to reach USD 2.6 billion in 2022In 2021, the global market for whiplash protection systems for automobiles accounted for about 62% of the whole market. According to estimates, there is a .absolute market opportunity of USD 2.6 billion for automobile whiplash safety systems worldwide.during the forecast years of 2022-2032.
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Prominent Key players of the Automotive whiplash protection system market survey report:
- Autoliv Inc.
- Takata Corporation
- Robert Bosch GMBH
- Delphi Automotive Plc
- ZF Friedrichshafen AG
- Continental AG
- GRAMMER AG
- Lear Corporation
- Hyundai Mobis Co. Ltd.
- Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corp.
Competitive Landscape: Top Companies in Automotive Whiplash Protection System Market
The global automotive whiplash protection system market is highly fragmented and competitive owing to the existence of many domestic and regional players. Various marketing strategies are adopted by key players such as mergers and acquisitions, expansions, collaborations and partnerships.
Also, new product development as a strategic approach is adopted by the leading companies to upscale their market presence among consumers. These strategies have resulted in the incorporation of advanced automotive whiplash protection system.
Fact.MR has provided detailed information about price points of top manufacturers in automotive whiplash protection system market positioned across regions, sales growth, production capacity, and speculative technological expansion in the recently published report.
- AutoLiv, Inc. in 2022 acquired Tyco Electronics Ltd. automotive radar sensors business. The business is carved out of radiofrequency and subsystems business unit, which manufacturer’s active radar proximity and sensor systems in vehicles.
- Robert Bosch GmbH acquired Midroc New Technology in 2019. The acquired company is an international venture capital company group that is headquartered in Stockholm.
Global Automotive Whiplash Protection System Market Segments
- By System Type,
- Reactive Head Restraints – RHR Automotive Whiplash Protection System
- Pendulum System Automotive Whiplash Protection System
- Spring Activated Automotive Whiplash Protection System
- Pyrotechnic Head Restraint Automotive Whiplash Protection System
- Pro-Active Head Restraints Automotive Whiplash Protection System
- By Vehicle Type,
- Passenger Vehicles
- Commercial Vehicles
- By Sales Channel,
- By Region,
- North America
- Latin America
- East Asia
- South Asia
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- Automotive whiplash protection system Market sales in US will grow at a steady pace, driven by growing consumer confidence and economic recovery
- Automotive whiplash protection system demand forecast in Europe remains stable, as many countries such as UK, France, and Germany focus on boosting growth