Truck OEMs to Adopt Advanced Diesel Engine Technology by 2030 to Meet Strict Emissions Regulations


“Innovation in environmental sustainability and digitization is central. As a result, Connected, Shared, Autonomous and Electric (CASE) technologies are driving the transformation of the commercial trucking industry, ”said Saideep Sudhakar, Research Director, Practice of mobility, Frost & Sullivan. “Of these, connected and shared, and are in their infancy. The next 5 to 7 years will foresee a strong proliferation of electric trucks. Autonomy will emerge over the next decade; however, the adoption of advanced security systems is already acting as a precursor. This transformation to CASE will help create a cleaner and safer environment. “

Sudhakar added, “In the wake of strict energy efficiency standards and greenhouse gas (GHG) / CO2 emissions regulations. driver assistance systems and low rolling resistance tires.

These changes in the commercial truck industry will present lucrative growth prospects for market players, such as:

  • With strict emission regulations in various regions, advanced transmission, aerodynamics, advanced supercharging and auxiliary electrification will gain importance in diesel trucks.
  • Modular EV platforms and flexible manufacturing will help OEMs adapt to the trend towards electrification.
  • European OEMs are turning to vertically integrated motors and transmissions with proprietary turbochargers to achieve precise control over the vehicle’s engine and transmission mapping. Proprietary NG engines and EV platforms are part of the diversification of OEMs powertrains.

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