N.A. On-Highway Commercial Vehicle Engine Forecast
ACT’s NA on-highway commercial vehicle (CV) engine forecast is a report full of details and insights, in collaboration with our partners at Rhein Associates, breaking down the various engine aspects.
The engine forecast is meant to aid those in the powertrain space of the CV markets, allowing a deeper understanding of the competitive dynamics and shifting trends of the market. The engine forecast is a quarterly report on the historical trends, current activity, and forecasts of engine demand in on-highway CVs. Businesses that should be interested in the NA on-highway CV engine forecast are manufacturers in the CV engine production supply chain and any company following the investment value of engine original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and their suppliers. Other businesses are using this report for strategic planning with under-the-hood products impacted by shifts in engine spec’ing as well as financial modeling. Where ACT’s monthly NA CV forecast drills down by vehicle type, the quarterly NA CV engine forecast takes the top-line medium-duty (MD) and heavy-duty (HD) forecasts and breaks the market down by engine displacement. In addition to a five-year forecast by engine displacement and captive versus independent market share, the report spends considerable time tracking the pipeline of new engine developments by OEM for MD and HD markets and by fuel type.
More Than Just A Report
In addition to the report, subscribers gain access to:
- HD Engine Breakdowns w/ Captive, Non Captive, Tractor, Captive Share %
- MD Engine Breakdowns w/ Truck, Bus, RV, Chassis, Class 5
- MD Engine Fuel-Type Breakdowns
- GHG2 Standards, Fuel Standards, Vocational Standards
- Forecast Tables
- Presentation Ready Graph Prack w/ 100 Graphs
- Regulatory Environment Information
Presentation Ready Graphs
One of the most beneficial yet underrated added benefits to a subscription is the Graph Pack. Updated monthly, we pre-build 100 presentation-ready graphs for your benefit. With our decades of experience, we’ve pre-built the various scenarios needed for executive-level presentations.