Global and China Automotive Lighting Industry Research Report, 2013-2014

Global and China Automotive Lighting Industry Research Report, 2013-2014

The Global Automotive Lighting Market size hits approximately USD26 billion (including USD21.2 billion generated by OEM) in 2014, representing an increase of 8.8% over 2013. The growth of the OEM market is mainly driven by two factors:

First, the automobile shipment in China and the United States surges, especially the Chinese market has still maintained the growth rate of about 10% after the high-speed growth in 2013. Second, the extensive use of xenon lamps and LED raises the unit price.

By 2015, China’s economy will slow down further, so that the automotive market cannot continue to grow at 10%, whilst the American market will also decelerate. The global automotive lighting market is estimated to be USD27.6 billion in 2015, up 6.2%.

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In the global market, the second and third categories will seize 10% share each, while the fourth category 7% in 2016. However, unique Chinese consumers are keen on new technology and the luxury car sales volume growth rate is much higher than low-end models under the context of exacerbated wealth disparity, so the proportion of xenon lamps in China exceeds the global average level. The second category is expected to occupy about 13% share and the third category 14% in 2016.

The fast-growing Chinese market has stimulated producers to conduct massive capacity expansion. Hella’s Jiaxing Plant went into production in April 2014 and is expected to realize the design capacity (3 million headlights and 1.8 million taillights annually, including halogen, xenon and LED lights) in 2016, which doubles the current capacity.
The world's largest automotive lighting company Koito invested in building its third base in Xiaogan of Hubei Province in September 2014, following the ones in Shanghai and Guangzhou. The new base is expected to be put into operation in July 2016.
Valeo's Shenyang Plant will begin to run in December 2014, with the investment of...

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