Online sessions of CTI Symposium China 2020
Session Five: Chinese automobile market outlook under the “new normal”
28 October 2020
China time: 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. (CET 10:00 – 11:00)
Presentation language: Chinese
Manager – Great China Light Vehicle Production Forecasting
China Light Vehicle Production Outlook amid “New Normal”
- Mainland China light vehicle industry volume evolution
- Passenger vehicle (PV) production evolution
- Light vehicle production long-term development
- Light commercial vehicle (LCV) production evolution
- New tendencies under the “new normal”
- Mainland Chinese domestic brands market share
- Mainland Chinese startups are struggling
- Model launching and life cycle
- Platform synergy
- International OEMs rely on mainland China market amid economic recession
- Exportation decreasing in 2020 owing to trade protectionism
Ms. Wenjuan ZHANG
Senior Research Analyst
Transmission Market China Outlook – Passenger Car
- From transmission to drivetrain, transmission revolution for xEV market
- China transmission market forecast
- How to adjust AT strategy under increasingly strict fuel consumption regulation
- Technology perspective by different automatic transmission
- Automatic transmission dedicated for hybrid vehicle
- Impact of promotion of EV on automatic transmission market
In Chinese market, more stricter fuel consumption regulation and Dual credit policy brings more challenge for transmission revolution. With the intense competition of auto makers in Chinese market, especially in xEV market, which will drive more product and technology upgrade for automatic transmission suppliers. While, the revolution will focus on hybrid transmission and intergraded technology. Based on the analysis of China regulation, OEMs’ strategies and transmission technology roadmap, IHS Market forecast will deliver more comprehensive insight for transmission used for xEV market.
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Castrol is highly involved in sponsoring global pinnacle football and racing events. It sponsored the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa and 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, as well as the 2008 and 2012 European Championships. In the field of motorsport, Castrol EDGE is the designated oil for Audi, Ford, Honda and many more. It helped the teams and drivers achieve winning performance in top-level international racing events such as WRC and Dakar Rally. In 2017, BP Castrol worked with Renault to claim a strong return to F1. In addition to the fuel and lubricants supply by BP Castrol, it will also support the team’s ambition to lay claim to the F1 World Championship in the next five years.
For a long time, Castrol has been chosen as the partner and recommended brand of many of the world’s leading automobile manufacturers, such as Audi, Jaguar Land Rover, Volvo and Ford. Castrol collaborates closely with its partners to co-develop pioneering technologies, customize high-quality lubricants and is always committed to providing better products and service for Chinese consumers.
Castrol (Shanghai) Management Co., Ltd.
Floor 3, Building 5, No. 255 Guiqiao Road, Shanghai, China
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