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Rising demand for electric mobility and fuel-efficient vehicles is driving the demand for the automotive electric oil pump. Stringent emission regulations have made it imperative for automakers to adopt engine downsizing technologies, such as electric oil pump. The electric oil pump is driven by an electric motor and maintains optimum oil pressure with low power consumption and high efficiency.

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Rising consumer demand for fuel-efficiency and advent of technologies, such as start-stop and sailing, have necessitated the use of electric oil pump in the vehicle. Rising penetration of electric vehicles, assisted by government incentives and rising consumer awareness, is expected to boost the automotive electric oil pump market.

An electric oil pump is an oil pump driven by an electric motor and is used to maintain oil pressure and lubricate the automobile components during engine stop of stop-start vehicles. Electric oil pumps are needed for hybrid electric vehicles and vehicles with idling start-stop system. These pumps, which are able to supply oil even when the engine is switched off, are characterized by high voltage, high oil-pressure, and high flow rate.

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The pumps themselves are internal gear pumps with an improved bearing construction, designed to minimize torque loss. They also produce minimal noise and vibration due to reduced gear vibration. These are factors drive the automotive electric oil pump market.

Major players operating in the global automotive electric oil pump market include FTE automotive, Hitachi Automotive, Rheinmetall Automotive AG, Johnson Electric, Nidec Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric, Mikuni American Corporation, Magna International, HUSCO Automotive, LLC, MAHLE Group, Delphi Automotive PLC., Robert Bosch GmbH, DENSO CORPORATION, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, AISIN SEIKI, and SHW AG.