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Frost & Sullivan: About 90 Per Cent Gasoline and 10 Per Cent Diesel Engines to Feature Advanced Valvetrain by 2018

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Frost & Sullivan: About 90 Per Cent Gasoline and 10 Per Cent Diesel Engines to Feature Advanced Valvetrain by 2018 PR Newswire LONDON, June 18, 2012 - Complimentary Web Conference on European Market for Variable Valvetrain Technologies LONDON, June 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Due to the increasing urbanisation in Europe and a rising demand for microcars with cost-effective gasoline engines, the European market for variable valvetrain technologies in gasoline vehicles is set to grow. At the same time, Diesels are set to receive variable valvetrain systems, as this is expected to make them cleaner and more cost-effective with no or little requirement for after treatment systems. To learn more about Automotive OEMs' current strategies pertaining to Gasoline downsizing and Diesel valvetrain, Frost & Sullivan will hold a complimentary web conference, entitled Strategic Analysis of the European Market for Variable Valvetrain Technologies, taking place on Thursday, 28 June 2012, at 4 p.m. BST. Research Analyst Priyank Aggarwal will present latest findings on the market for valvetrain systems for Gasoline and Diesel vehicles in Europe. His presentation will throw a light on new valvetrain technologies that have had a market debut and which bring significant gains when accompanied with downsizing and other emission reduction techniques. This development is aided by the demand for cheaper emission reduction technologies.
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Frost & Sullivan: About 90 Per Cent Gasoline
and 10 Per Cent Diesel Engines to Feature
Advanced Valvetrain by 2018
PR Newswire
LONDON, June 18, 2012
- Complimentary Web Conference on European Market for Variable
Valvetrain Technologies
LONDON
,
June 18, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Due to the increasing urbanisation in
Europe
and a rising demand for microcars with cost-effective gasoline engines,
the European market for variable valvetrain technologies in gasoline vehicles is
set to grow. At the same time, Diesels are set to receive variable valvetrain
systems, as this is expected to make them cleaner and more cost-effective with
no or little requirement for after treatment systems.
To learn more about Automotive OEMs' current strategies pertaining to
Gasoline downsizing and Diesel valvetrain, Frost & Sullivan will hold a
complimentary web conference, entitled
Strategic Analysis of the
European Market for Variable Valvetrain Technologies
, taking place on
Thursday,
28 June 2012
, at
4 p.m. BST
. Research Analyst Priyank Aggarwal will
present latest findings on the market for valvetrain systems for Gasoline and
Diesel vehicles in
Europe
. His presentation will throw a light on new valvetrain
technologies that have had a market debut and which bring significant gains
when accompanied with downsizing and other emission reduction techniques.
This development is aided by the demand for cheaper emission reduction
technologies.
To participate in this complimentary web conference, please email Katja Feick
at katja.feick@frost.com with your full contact details. Upon receipt of the
above information, a registration link will be e-mailed to you. You may also
register to receive a recorded version of the briefing at anytime by submitting
the aforementioned contact details.
Participating in this online web conference will help to understand how variable
valvetrain systems form a part of the holistic approach towards fuel efficiency
and emission optimisation. Mr. Aggarwal will analyse the dynamics and trends
of the market, while projecting the future outlook and the opportunities it offers
to different participants in the value chain from development to production.
This web conference will benefit variable valvetrain module and component
manufacturers (Tier 1 & Tier 2), solution development companies working on
different valvetrain types and vehicle manufacturers by discussing emerging
trends and providing forward projections for the European variable valvetrain
industry.
"OEMs looking into the development of variable valvetrain systems for the
upcoming
Euro 6
emission norms and the ACEA regulations for 2015 can
benefit from reduced emission reduction costs with better fuel economy," says
Mr. Aggarwal. "For consumers it brings together better engine responsiveness
and drivability without compromise of fuel efficiency. OEMs employing Diesel
engines with a variable valvetrain would seek to reduce the after-treatment