Notch publishes new report on automotive extended mobility systems: run-flat tires, tire repair kits
In 2008, 69% of all passenger cars assembled worldwide came equipped with a full-size spare tire, but by 2012 that number had fallen to just 48% as automakers sought to reduce vehicle weight and save space. By 2020, the number of cars with full-size spares is forecast to fall to 36%. Notch Consulting has published a new multi-client market research report that examines the systems that are replacing the spare tire in new cars: Prospects for Extended Mobility Systems: Run-Flat Tires, Tire Repair Kits & Self-Sealing Tires in OEM Passenger Car Markets. This 77-page report includes 17 tables detailing demand for each of these three products in OEM passenger car markets by region and by customer, as well as average pricing, market share by supplier, and profiles of leading suppliers. The report provides demand in units for all years from 2008 through 2013, as well as forecasts for all years from 2014 through 2020. Data on run-flat tires covers all years 2002 through 2020 and include both OEM and replacement demand. Contact Notch at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to order.