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The global automotive inside rearview mirrors (IRVM) market is projected to reach approximately $3.68 billion by 2029, representing a compound annual growth rate of 4.5% between 2023 and 2029. The IRVM serves as a critical vehicle component, providing clear rear visibility to enhance safety. The market experienced challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic characterized by reduced production and demand. However, recovery began in 2021 fueled by strengthening global automotive sales and improved supply chain capacities.
Ongoing increases in the manufacture of vehicles integrating advanced driver assistance systems and tighter government safety regulations will further propel market expansion. Technologies like cameras and sensors advance safety and fuel efficiency within automobiles. Currently, the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to dominate the market globally. Countries leading in vehicle manufacturing like India, Japan, and China will spearhead regional growth. Europe will constitute the second largest market, with major automakers such as Porsche, Audi, Volkswagen and BMW headquartered within the region.
The market is segmented based on vehicle type, powertrain, feature type, sales channel, and geography.
Segmentation by Vehicle Type
Segmentation by Powertrain
Segmentation by Feature Type
Blind spot indicator
Segmentation by Sales Channel
Segmentation by Geography
North America - United States, Canada, and Rest of North America
Europe - United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Rest of Europe
Asia-Pacific - China, Japan, India, South Korea, and Rest of Asia-Pacific
Rest of the World - Brazil, United Arab Emirates, and Other Countries
The passenger car segment of the automotive market is projected to grow rapidly during the forecast period. This growth is driven by increasing vehicle production and the introduction of innovative products by major OEMs to cater to a wide range of consumers. With the rising demand for passenger cars and the focus on electric mobility, automotive players are actively exploring electrification options. The sales of passenger cars have led to a significant demand for IRVMs. Advanced IRVMs are now standard in mid-segment and luxury passenger cars, establishing technological dominance. However, the market faces competition from new camera technologies integrated into the passenger car segment. Automotive OEMs and mirror manufacturers are incorporating cameras with conventional mirrors to improve rear visibility. This integration is considered the best solution to address visibility challenges. With these developments and increasing passenger car sales, the demand for IRVMs is expected to grow significantly.
The Asia-Pacific region dominates the automotive Inside Rearview Mirror market due to factors such as cost-effective raw materials, affordable labor, and government initiatives to promote local manufacturing. China is a prominent producer and consumer of electric vehicles in the region, while India, Japan, and South Korea are experiencing a rise in passenger car sales, leading to increased demand for inside rear-view mirrors. China's electric vehicle market has received significant government support, including incentives for purchasing new energy vehicles (NEVs) extended until 2022. The Asia-Pacific region actively supports the adoption of electric vehicles, with developing and untapped markets investing in transportation and safety measures, resulting in higher vehicle sales and demand for additional safety features. As the Asia-Pacific region leads global vehicle sales, it becomes a central hub for Inside Rearview Mirror adoption. Considering these factors, the demand for Inside Rearview Mirrors is expected to grow significantly in the forecast period.
The automotive market is moderately fragmented, with various local and global players such as Continental AG, Ficosa International S.A., FLABEG Automotive Holding GmbH, Gentex Corporation, Magna International Inc., MITSUBA Corporation, Murakami Corporation, SL Corporation, SMR Deutschland GmbH, and TOKAI RIKA CO. LTD. While the market is evolving, the adoption of new technologies is primarily focused on luxury vehicles and specific markets. Consequently, traditional mirrors are not expected to be completely replaced in the near future due to existing regulations favoring their usage. However, companies are increasingly investing in Research and Development (R&D) projects to enhance the car owner's experience by incorporating more convenient and safer features, without eliminating traditional mirrors. With the growing prominence of technology and continuous improvement of Inside Rearview Mirrors (IRVM), the market has experienced significant growth.
Recent Industry Developments
OMNIVISION partnered with Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) in September 2022 to introduce a camera system for automotive OEMs. The system offers a seamless transition from SD to HD resolution, maintaining high performance at a low cost. It combines OMNIVISION's OX01F10 1.3MP SoC with ADI's C2B Car Camera Bus technology for entry-level HD RVC, SVS cameras, and e-mirrors.
In August 2022, Gentex announced a $300 million investment in Zeeland to expand its manufacturing facility and distribution center. This will enhance the company's capacity for glass processing and manufacturing auto-dimming mirrors and other components. Gentex distributed 27.2 million interior automatic-dimming mirrors in 2021.
Also in August 2022, Holitech Europe GmbH revealed its development of high-resolution video cameras for automotive applications. This includes a 2M resolution camera for streaming at the rear of vehicles, an 8M resolution camera for ADAS, a 2M resolution camera to replace rearview mirrors, and a 1M resolution camera for use with a DVR in the vehicle. Holitech also offers comprehensive camera systems with a control unit and four wide-angle cameras for 360° vision in VGA and HD resolutions.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
FIGURES AND TABLES
PART 1. INTRODUCTION
1.2 Objectives of The Study
1.3 Market Segment
1.4 Years Considered for The Report
1.6 Key Target Audience
PART 2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
PART 3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
PART 4. MARKET OVERVIEW
PART 5. GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS MARKET BY VEHICLE TYPE
5.1 Commercial vehicle
5.2 Passenger car
PART 6. GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS MARKET BY POWERTRAIN
PART 7. GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS MARKET BY FEATURE TYPE
7.3 Blind spot indicator
PART 8. GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS MARKET BY SALES CHANNEL
PART 9. GLOBAL AUTOMOTIVE INSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY
9.1 North America
9.3 Asia Pacific
9.4 Rest of the World
PART 10. COMPANY PROFILES
10.1 Continental AG
10.2 Ficosa International S.A.
10.3 FLABEG Automotive Holding GmbH
10.4 Gentex Corporation
10.5 Magna International, Inc.
10.6 MITSUBA Corporation
10.7 Murakami Corporation
10.8 SL Corporation
10.9 SMR Deutschland GmbH
10.10 TOKAI RIKA CO., LTD.