Global Automotive Engine Control Unit (ECU) Market 2020 Key Dynamics, Recent and Future Demand, Trend, Analysis upto 2025


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Aug 09, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
Global Automotive Engine Control Unit (ECU) Market 2020 by Manufacturers, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 published by is an in-depth analysis of the global market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive landscape, and strategic market growth analysis. The report offers a brief summary of market valuation, and profit forecast, as well as the competitive environment and business strategies enforced by the giants of this industry. The report contains a debut on new tendencies that could direct

Chevrolet’s Shark-Themed Concept Cars of the 1960s


One of our favorite non-automotive times of the year is upon us: Discovery’s Shark Week 2020 begins this weekend on Sunday, Aug. 9, so we’re also in the mood for some automotive sharkdom. So, we figured this is a great time to look back at some of Chevrolet’s cool shark-themed concepts of the 1960s.

1961 Mako Shark concept: Selling the new Corvette

Legend has it that the original Mako Shark concept car’s name and color scheme were inspired by the real thing—specifically, a mako shark that GM styling chief Bill Mitchell caught himself and had mounted in his office. The

Automotive HUD Market worth $3,372 million by 2025


CHICAGO, Aug. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — According to the new market research report Automotive HUD Market by Technology (AR-HUD, Conventional HUD), HUD Type (Combiner, Windshield), Vehicle Class (Economy, Mid-Segment, Luxury Car), Dimension (2D and 3D), Vehicle Type, Sales Channel (OEM, Aftermarket), and Region: Global Forecast to 2025“, published by MarketsandMarkets™, the Automotive HUD Market is projected to reach USD 3,372 million by 2025 from USD 866 million in 2020, at a CAGR of 31.3% during the forecast period.

Technological advancements in current generation automotive cockpit electronics along with increasing trend of connected and autonomous vehicles are further

FOCUS-Fuelled by Volvo, China’s Geely seeks launchpad to enter auto giant orbit


By Yilei Sun and Brenda Goh

TAIZHOU, China/SHANGHAI, Aug 10 (Reuters)Chinese carmaker Geely plans to use a platform developed with input from Volvo to build new models in Malaysia for its partly owned Proton brand, a strategy that shows how it aims to accelerate its push to become China’s first global auto giant.

The yet-to-be-finalised plans for Proton are just one strand of a Geely project to revamp factories at home and abroad using joint platforms it has been perfecting with Volvo since 2013. Geely bought the Swedish brand 10 years ago for $1.8 billion – a