Automotive Sunroof Market Size is expected to be valued at USD 5,953.6 million in 2022, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.5% over 2022-2028. Automotive sunroofs are a vent in car tops that helps the fresh air and light to enter the interior of the vehicle. It enhances the comfort levels of travelers by allowing good air circulation and providing better illumination and brightness during the morning. Sunroofs are of two types transparent or non-transparent panels that are electrically or manually operated and are found in various shapes and sizes relying on the type of the car. The increasing sales of passenger vehicles can lead to the growth of the automotive sunroof market insights. Moreover, increasing disposable income and buyer spending toward brighter and more efficient ventilation vehicle interiors to improve the overall experience of driving can boost the global automotive sunroof market. Apart from these, technological advancements in the material of sunroofs can accelerate the market in the future. Current upgrades in designs and materials in order to decrease weight and deliver stability can also drive the global market further. Another factor that can boost the market growth is rising One of the key factors aiding the growth is the increasing tendency of automobile makers to propose automotive sunroofs as an additional feature in the common passenger cars. The market further accelerated by increasing vehicle manufacturing and rising sales of luxury and premium automobiles. However, some factors such as high maintenance and integration cost can restrain the growth of the market. In low-segment vehicles, there is less penetration of power sunroofs which can hinder the market growth. The increasing use of solar sunroofs in electrical vehicles and increasing sales of automobiles can create an opportunity for the growth of the global automotive sunroof market insights.
In May 2021, AGS Inc. declared that its light-control panoramic roof with Low-E coating was adopted by Lexus RZ, which will be used in EV model Batteries.
In March 2021, huge bottom-mounted panoramic sunroofs, PBO 2.0, will be used by Great Wall Motor’s Mocha DHT-PHEV under the WEY brand was announced by Webasto SE.