With a multi-disciplinary approach, Fact.MR elaborates an extensive analysis of the historical, current and future outlook of the global automotive headliner market as well as the factors responsible for such a growth. Our highly dedicated professionals have inputted critical and accurate insights associated with every industry, and region by doing thorough primary and secondary research.
We leverage space-age industrial and digitalization tools to provide avant-garde actionable insights to our clients regarding the automotive headliner market growth. For enhancing readers’ experience, the report starts with a basic overview about the automotive headliner and its classification. Further, we have considered 2014 as the base year, 2018 as the estimated year, 2019-2028 as the stipulated timeframe.
Automotive headliners are the cover materials provided to automobile buyers for the interior of the vehicle roof. Over the past few years, the demand for superior aesthetics for automobile interiors has gone up. Consequently, auto manufacturers are always pushing to design more comfy and pleasing interiors. Based on improvements in material and technology, original equipment manufacturers are producing a wide variety of headliners with slots for tech accessories such as air vents, or audio systems. Automotive headliners provide superior sound absorption and also improve the safety of passengers in cases of impact with the roof of the vehicle. In terms of lamination for headliners, materials such as Miko, leather, and Alcantara are rapidly gaining traction in the industry. Currently, major players operating in the automotive headliner market are finding pioneering ways to offer better products merged with higher safety standards.
Headliners Gain Prominence for Product Differentiation
Designing the interiors of vehicles can have a substantial impact on the purchase decisions of customers. Consequently, auto makers are increasingly seeking materials such as PU based soft coatings, major polycarbonates, advanced composite variants, and adhesives with low levels of VOC with the objective of increasing product differentiation features.
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Engineers, designers and manufacturers use headliner materials for interior applications such as instrument panels, trims, and electronic components for dimensional stability and superior quality perception of the vehicle. In addition, the integration of technology into headliners bolsters the overall driving experience, while also keeping up to the required standards of aesthetics and luxury.
Structural Components Integration Rises
The interiors of a vehicle are largely developed by keeping factors such as surfaces, color, and haptic features in mind. Materials such as polycarbonate blends and resins not only provide superior surface quality and durability in different environments, but also provide superior mechanical performance.
The rising consumer preference for structural components such as light guides, high or low gloss interior surfaces, instrument panels, and film based parts are becoming critical in the automotive headliner market. Molding foams are popular choices for original equipment manufacturers when it comes to integrating decorative skins with instrument panel components. This material provides faster demolding processes and superior flow to improve on user productivity. Furthermore, materials such as sandwich composites are gaining popularity, as they provide better load bearing abilities, and superior flexible strength for structures such as sun shades, while also being noise absorbent. In addition, such materials also are cost effective in terms of production.
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Environment Concerns Promote Material Changes
Increasing stringency of pollution control and health and safety regulations around the world are pushing vehicle manufacturers to put efforts in improving air quality inside vehicles. Consequently, raw materials such as eco-friendly water based adhesives, and VOC free colors have become common in the auto industry around the globe. In addition to addressing the concerns of interior air quality, innovations in such materials are also aiding in the durability of the quality creating aesthetically and haptic surfaces in the cabin. All such factors are paving a sturdy ground for automotive headliner manufacturers to contribute immensely towards the growth of the target market.
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