The automotive subframe, which is a part of the car’s chassis and a distinct structure inside a much larger monocoque or body-on-frame shell where the drivetrain, suspension, and steering systems are contained, is expected to fuel the automotive subframe market’s growth over the coming years.
The Automotive Subframe Market is being driven by the rising sales of electric and light commercial cars. The market for automotive subframes may not expand since costs are so high. Additionally, the Automotive Subframe Market is expected to benefit from low weight chassis systems and low emissions.
There is a rising public desire for automobiles with high performance and low fuel use. This is putting even more focus on lightening the vehicle’s load to improve performance. Manufacturers have been forced by this tendency to create lightweight, fuel-efficient new automobiles and subframes or chassis.
The North America Automotive Subframe Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
In order to manufacture a 1,159 x 1,070 x 199-mm front subframe on the largest piece of commercially accessible diecasting equipment at the time—a 4,400-ton press—Cosma Magna’s Casting Michigan (CCMi) in Battle Creek, Michigan, stretched its capabilities and design engineering knowledge.
The Acura TLX received “Top Safety Pick+” certification, which is the highest safety grade from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, thanks to the 38.5-lb. (17.46 kg) diecasting, which resulted in a 29 percent weight reduction over a 17-part stamped and welded steel assembly (IIHS).
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