The 2017 revenue contribution from windshield product type segment in the global head-up display systems market is projected to be US$ 442 Mn, which is projected to increase significantly by end of 2026.
The windshield product type segment has been estimated to account for major revenue share of in 2017, and is expected to continue contributing major revenue share during the next ten years.
Among the sales channel segments in the global automotive head-up display systems market, the OEM segment has been estimated to account for major revenue share of over 60% in 2017, owing to shifting consumer preference towards preinstalled head-up display systems in cars.
The luxury/premium cars segment in the global automotive head-up display systems market has been estimated to account for revenue of US$ 391.5 Mn in 2017, owing to increasing demand for integrated head-up display systems in luxury/premium cars for safety purposes, and this trend is prominent in developed countries, and is expected to be adopted in some developing economies as well in the near future.
North America has been estimated to account for revenue of US$ 189.9 Mn in 2017, and is expected to register a lucrative CAGR during the forecast period owing to technological advancements, increasing per capita spending, and rising demand for luxury & premium cars in countries in this region.
Some major players in the global automotive head-up display systems market include Nippon Seiki Co., Ltd., Continental AG, DENSO CORPORATION, Delphi Automotive LLP., LG Display Co., Ltd., Panasonic Corporation, MicroVision, Inc., Yazaki Corporation, Visteon Corporation, and Kyocera International, Inc. – Display Division.