The air pressure provided to an internal combustion engine is raised using a turbocharger. It accomplishes this by compressing entering air using a turbine powered by exhaust gases, which enables the engine to burn more fuel and generate more power. Turbocharger output and sales have decreased as a result of the pandemic's major impact on car demand and the temporary closure of numerous auto manufacturing.
According to MRFR analysis, the global Turbocharger market is expected to register a CAGR of ~7.13% from 2022 to 2030 and hold a value of over USD 30.01 billion by 2030.
North America has historically accounted for a significant share of the global turbocharger market. Factors such as the presence of major automotive manufacturers, favorable government regulations, and high demand for high-performance vehicles have contributed to the growth of the turbocharger market in North America. The region is expected to continue to be a key player in the turbocharger industry in the coming years.
The Global Turbocharger market has been segmented into the sales channel, fuel types, and technology.
Based on the sales channel, the market has been segmented into OEM and Aftermarket.
Based on the fuel type, the market has been segmented into Diesel and Gasoline.
Based on the technology, the market has been segmented into VGT/VNT, Wastegate, and Electric Turbochargers.
Some of the key market players are Cummins Inc, Eaton Corporation, Honeywell International Inc, Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems GmbH, Precision Turbo, Borgwarner and Inc, Rotomaster International, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and Continental AG.
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