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Key original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) such as Volkswagen (VW), PSA Peugeot Citroën (PSA), Daimler, and BMW will adopt a greater number of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) engines for C-segment and above vehicles. By 2021, SCR penetration is expected to reach x % to x % of the total diesel engine market. Other OEMs such as Renault-Nissan, Opel AG, and Fiat will adopt SCR technology by 2017 and the overall volume of SCR will increase from x million to x million units in 2021.
By 2021, a SCR exhaust system is expected to cost between € and € and prices will be likely to drop due to higher adoption of the technology and mass production.
Passenger and light commercial vehicles (LCVs) with engines over 2 litres will definitely have the SCR technology as the after-treatment system.
Higher segment vehicles (E-class, SUVs, vans, and LCVs), accounting for approximately x to x million vehicles, will have SCR technology as a standard. However, for the smaller segments such as C and below OEMs will aim to install SCR to achieve Euro 6 and 2020 emission standards.
Volkswagen is expected to have the highest market share ( x % to x %) of SCR units, followed by PSA (29% to 30%) and Daimler ( x % to x %) by 2021. Key suppliers such as Faurecia and Boysen are expected to be the key SCR unit suppliers for these OEMs.
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