Automotive Air Conditioning Market Research Report: Information By Technology (Manual and Automatic), Component (Compressor, Evaporator, Receiver and Condenser), Vehicle type (Passenger Car and Commercial Vehicle), and Regions – Forecast till 2023
Automotive air conditioning is the process of removing heat from the interior of the vehicle, to improve the comfort of the occupants. Air conditioning, primarily, uses integrated heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system in vehicles. Nowadays, most vehicles are equipped with such air conditioning systems, either manually or automatically. The manual air conditioning consists of knobs and dials that allow the user to control the amount of airflow the unit will generate. There are basically three types of settings such as low, medium and high. The user has to turn on the system; then select the desired amount of airflow and temperature required. Automatic air conditioning system allows to set the desired temperature automatically. The system consists of a thermostat, which detects and monitors the temperature and signals the system to pump air until the desired temperature is not reached.
The factors that are responsible for the growth of automotive air conditioning market are surge in demand for passenger and commercial vehicles, change in consumer preferences, and government initiatives to develop advanced air conditioning systems. There has been an increase in the production of passenger and commercial vehicles over the