This report presents the market size and development trends by detailing the Automotive Gasoline Direct Injection Device market revenue, market share and growth rate from , and it gives a thorough analysis by various product types, applications, regions, and main participants. The market conditions , corporate competition pattern, corporate SWOT analysis are elaborated, and other qualitative analyses like market dynamics, market penetration, market business environment analyses, the regional regulatory scenario in the Automotive Gasoline Direct Injection Device market will be shown in this report. In short, this report will comprehensively reveal the characteristics of Automotive Gasoline Direct Injection Device industry and will help you to build a panoramic view of the industrial development. Some of the leading players are as follows: Bosch GmbH. We provide more professional and intelligent market reports to complement your business decisions. The majority of industries are being directly affected by COVID, due to the manufacture and supply chain operations are disrupted and customers themselves face similar challenges.
Gasoline Direct Injection Systems (GDI) Market to surpass $10 Bn by 2024
Gasoline Direct Injection Systems (GDI) Market to surpass $10 Bn by | Markets Insider
On the other side factors such as high cost of GDI system due to elevated pressure components and raise in penetration of electric vehicles hinder the market growth. Gasoline direct injection GDI system is a variety of fuel injection in use in modern 2-stroke and 4-stroke fuel engines. It is extremely pressurized, and injected via a common rail fuel line straight into the combustion chamber of each cylinder, as opposed to conventional multipoint fuel injection that injects fuel into the intake tract or cylinder port. Directly injecting fuel into the combustion chamber requires high-pressure injection, whereas low pressure is used injecting into the intake tract or cylinder port. By Component, fuel injector is anticipated to have significant growth over the forecast period. It can shift five times quicker than other injectors, providing accurate control over injection intervals in a vehicle.
It has been touted as the automotive holy grail, the ultimate marriage of better performance and greater fuel economy. And it has actually been delivering results. Though direct injection is currently seen mostly on luxury vehicles or on mainstream cars as a higher-trim option priced anywhere from a few hundred dollars to a couple of thousand , it could soon be within the means of more drivers as costs continue to come down. But those engines are also having reliability problems, something that automakers are trying to keep quiet. Not surprisingly, a number of readers have asked us about direct injection.
Until the early s, direct injection was mainly associated with diesel engines. The first engine to use direct injection was a V8 aircraft engine created by Leon Levavasseur in — a hundred years before GDI became widely used in passenger cars. Going forward, the first mass-produced gasoline direct injection engine was the DB A. Its origins are unfortunate as it was developed by Daimler-Benz just before World War II and fitted to various Messerschmitt aircraft , later used to bomb half of Europe. All the engines mentioned above used mechanical direct injection , which never became popular in mass-produced cars because of its complexity and problems with engine oil getting diluted with unburnt fuel.