Automobile sunroofs are becoming more popular as consumer preferences move toward a better driving experience. One of the important factors supporting expansion of the global automotive sunroofs market is the growing tendency among manufacturers to provide automobile sunroofs as an optional feature in the most of passenger cars. The industry is expected to get a boost from rising automotive manufacturing and soaring sales of luxury and premium automobiles.
Automakers and suppliers are working together to improve the safety features of various automotive systems, which is likely to augur well for the global automotive sunroofs market in the near future. For example, Hyundai Mobis created the world’s first panoramic sunroof airbag system, which is able to protect passengers from being ejected out of the vehicle through the roof in the case of rollover or an accident. Rain sensors have also been integrated into these systems by automakers. As a consequence, when it starts raining, auto sunroofs can be automatically closed. Such developments are expected to boost expansion of the global automotive sunroofs market in the forthcoming years.
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Ability to Improve Driving Experience to Accentuate its Demand amongst the Younger Generation
Sunroofs were once exclusively available in high-end vehicles. They were quite popular, however, because of their capacity to maintain optimal levels of sunlight and provide greater vision inside the vehicle, therefore improving the total driving experience. Furthermore, sunroofs were particularly attractive to the youth. As a result, automakers began to include sunroofs in other vehicle segments.
Sunroofs, on the other hand, have a number of disadvantages. Sunroofs are expensive to install and repair in the event of a malfunction. They contribute to the vehicle’s weight, restrict headroom, and impede the laminar airflow. They also need to be maintained on a regular basis. These elements function as stumbling barriers to rapid growth.
By 2025, Asia Pacific is expected to account for a large share of the market. Demand for luxury automobiles is increasing in emerging nations such as China and India, as people’s disposable incomes rise. At the same time, the region’s automotive manufacturing is rising as automakers invest heavily in expanding their capacity.