Gasoline fuel injectors are electronically-controlled mechanical devices, used to inject fuel in the combustion chamber of spark ignition engines. Action of these injectors is measured by electronic controlled units. Gasoline fuel injectors are responsible for the injection of stoichiometric ratio of air and fuel.
Demand for gasoline fuel injector is rising globally owing to increase in production of gasoline vehicles as compared to diesel vehicles. However, preference of consumers for electric vehicle is anticipated to be a crucial threat for the gasoline fuel injectors market. In the past few years, consumer preference has shifted toward gasoline vehicles owing to low maintenance and reduced emission level associated with them, which in turn, has resulted in decline in the sale of diesel vehicles drastically. High availability of the gasoline in some regions of the globe as compared to diesel or other alternatives is the key driver of the gasoline fuel injectors market. Growing production of gasoline hybrid vehicles is likely to propel the market for the gasoline injectors for automotive during the forecast period.
The global gasoline fuel injector market for automotive can be segmented on the basis of fuel injector, injection system, sales channel, vehicle, and region. Based on fuel injector, the market can be divided in terms of feed of the injector into the combustion chamber. Among all segments, top feed gasoline fuel injector is anticipated to be the leading segment owing to simple structure of the injection system of the engine.
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On the basis of fuel injection system, multipoint fuel injection system is anticipated to hold the leading share of the gasoline fuel injector market due to efficient combustion of the fuel in the combustion chamber to produce required torque and RPM (revolutions per minute). Arrangement of fuel injectors in different manner results in variability of output of the engine, which is anticipated to witness a significant growth throughout the forecast period.