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HTML clipboardIn the full hybrid arena, Toyota continues its utter dominance. Since 1997, it has made more than 2m vehicles using its Hybrid Synergy Drive system, and continues toward its goal of offering a hybrid variant of every model it builds. Full hybrids, using a high-voltage battery pack of 1.0 to 5.0 kilowatt-hour (kWh), are distinguished from their mild-hybrid brethren by their ability to run on electric power alone, for short distances and usually at low speeds. The upcoming Porsche Cayenne system, by contrast, provides electric ‘gliding’ at autobahn speeds under light loads. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=145701&rt=Global-market-review-of-full-and-plug-in-hybrid-vehicles-forecasts-to-2017.html )

This report provides a global review of the full, and plug-in hybrids market. Data includes trends of full hybrid vehicle production from 2000 through to 2014, offering unit volumes by make and model. Separate data also provides volumes by vehicle manufacturer for plug-in hybrids from 2000 to 2017.

This report is an essential guide to understanding the sector by reviewing:

* where the market is right now
* every major vehicle manufacturer’s latest activities, including coverage of: Toyota, BMW, BYD, Chrysler, Daimler (Mercedes-Benz), Ford, General Motors, Nissan, Changan, Chery, Faw, Geely, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar Land Rover/Tata, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Volkswagen Group (VW, Porsche, Audi), Volvo/Geely
* detailed estimates on market takeup by make/model
* technologies and definitions
* factors affecting the market (including oil prices, regulations, battery costs, electric utility capacity, ‘wells to wheels’ carbon balance, OEMs’ control over technology, geopolitics of lithium
* regionality effects

Every major vehicle maker now acknowledges that it must have hybrid-electric vehicles in its powertrain portfolio. Their major market is in North America, along with Asian countries whose tax structures provide significant incentives for very fuel-efficient vehicles. It believes that the market prospects for full hybrids, those using parallel or power-split architectures that offer all-electric running (if only for short distances), are much rosier than those for mild hybrids of the sort popularised by Honda.

Use this report to:

* understand the size and scope of the market
* know what’s driving the trends within the sector
* hear what the leading manufacturers’ latest strategies are
* see where the future lies for the sector

For more information kindly visit : http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=145701&rt=Global-market-review-of-full-and-plug-in-hybrid-vehicles-forecasts-to-2017.html

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Global market review of mild hybrid vehicles – forecasts to 2017
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