Pathways—and associated costs—to achieve regulatory compliance in China, the European Union, and the United States
As key automotive markets either enact new CO2 and fuel efficiency regulations or re-considering existing ones, automakers are struggling to become or remain compliant. Assessing and achieving regulatory fleet fuel economy compliance can be complex, multi-dimensional and costly. Car manufacturers and suppliers need new insights and intelligence to balance powertrain research and development efforts with market demand against a backdrop of changing business models.
For automakers closing the gap to compliance is critical. For suppliers it’s an opportunity.
- Identify the gap between the current fleet mix and compliance regulations
- Gauge current and future fleet-average positions and assess the fines associated for non-compliance
- Apply various "force compliance" options based on IHS Markit pre-defined pathways and see the likely outcomes
- Understand the overall investment of the technology required for achieving compliance