The global automotive interiors market was valued at $171,200.3 million in 2017, and is projected to reach $249,785.4 million by 2025, registering a CAGR of 4.7% from 2018 to 2025.
A vehicle interior, comprising components such as headliners, cabin modules, door panels, car seats and others, is specifically designed to provide comfort, grip and sound insulation of the vehicle cabin. In addition, the vehicle interior is the first and most important factor influencing a buyer's perception of a vehicle's quality.
Key players operating in the global automotive interiors market are Adient, Calsonic Kansei Corp, Faurecia Interior System, Grupo Antolin, Hyundai Mobis Company, IAC Group, Lear Corporation, Robert Bosch, Visteon Corporation, and Yanfeng Automotive Interiors.
OVERVIEW IN MEXICO
Total auto parts production in Mexico is around US$100 billion in 2019. What is most produced and exported in Mexico are harnesses, seats and their parts, seat structure, engines, gearboxes, die-cut parts, axles, brake mechanisms, lighting fixtures, airbags, seat belts, among others.
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OVERVIEW IN PUEBLA
This year, 57,724 units were produced in the state, according to INEGI PUEBLA CITY, Pue. - Based on the Administrative Registry of the Light Vehicle Automotive Industry published by the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), the Ministry of Economy reports that this industry in the state registered, in October, a 12.1 percent growth in production and 33.3 percent in exports with respect to the same month in 2019.
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