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Automotive semiconductor lead times are not yet improving

08 August 2022 Phil Amsrud

Semiconductor availability continues to be challenging. The lead times for the automotive microcontrollers (or MCUs) that a year ago captured everyone's attention have improved slightly since February. However, analog chip lead times remain consistently elevated at nearly 4x the long-term average, close to peak levels within the context of the current semiconductor shortage. We believe analog supply will continue to cause difficulties within the automotive supply chain.

The S&P Global Mobility automotive semiconductor lead time analysis and other resources are available to subscribers to our E/E and Semi module within AutoTechInsight.

Posted 08 August 2022 by Phil Amsrud, Senior Principal Analyst - Automotive, S&P Global Mobility

This article was published by S&P Global Mobility and not by S&P Global Ratings, which is a separately managed division of S&P Global.



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