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Protects against environmental exterior hazards and interior stains, fading, and odors, with additional coverage to prevent minor dents, windshield chips and cracks, and cosmetic damage to alloy wheels.
The global automotive wheels aftermarket is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.5% during the forecast period to reach USD 4.1 billion by 2027 from an estimated USD 3.4 billion in 2022. The automobile industry has witnessed a continuous increase in the average weight of the vehicle owing to the rising demand for safety and comfort features.
This has led to huge innovations and R&D efforts from both the OEMs and aftermarket players in increasingly using lightweight materials to reduce the overall weight of the vehicle and comply with government regulations pertaining to vehicular fuel consumption and emissions which will boost the demand for aftermarket wheels. The growth for aftermarket wheels is expected to be higher in developed regions owing to the stringent focus on lightweight materials and fuel consumption. The growing demand from enthusiasts for style, performance, and ride boosts the demand for automotive wheels aftermarket.
The passenger cars segment is the largest of all segments of the automotive wheels aftermarket and is expected to witness significant growth during the forecast period. The growing trend of engine downsizing and vehicle weight reduction without compromising vehicle performance has accentuated the need for wheels made of advanced materials. Passenger cars are now using lightweight alloy wheels that improve the performance of the vehicle. Also, the use of lightweight wheels has resulted in improved vehicle dynamics and performance compared to conventional wheels. Aftermarket wheels for passenger cars come in a vast range of styles to fit the different types of passenger cars. Aftermarket wheels are primarily made of alloys for passenger cars.
Alloy is expected to be the fastest market for global automotive wheels aftermarket. The growth is due to factors such as corrosion resistance, durability, high tensile strength, density, ductility, and malleability. The two major or commonly used components in the making of alloy wheels are aluminum and magnesium. Aluminum is a lightweight material and is ductile, durable, and corrosion-resistant. Cars manufactured using aluminum are lightweight, fuel-efficient, and emission efficient. Alloy wheels have been increasingly used during the last decade, while the use of regular steel has seen a steady decline in the automotive industry. The use of steel wheels has also declined as aluminum cast wheels have slowly replaced steel wheels, mainly in the passenger vehicle segment.
The Asia Pacific region is estimated to be the fastest-growing market. The region comprises some of the fastest developing economies of the world such as China and India. The Asia Pacific region is home to key suppliers of automotive wheels such as Enkei (Japan) and Zhejiang Wanfeng Auto Wheel (China). Factors such as the availability of cheap labor and favorable government policies help undertake mass production of automotive components in Asia Pacific, which results in lower prices. In addition, high investments by major OEMs in advanced technologies are providing growth opportunities for the aftermarket wheels manufacturers in this region. China is the largest producer of automobiles in the world. Recent infrastructural developments have boosted the growth of the light-duty vehicle market in the region. Also, nearly all major OEMs have invested in the Chinese market, which is inclined toward small and affordable passenger vehicles. The growing automotive sales levels in China have driven the demand for automotive wheels in the aftermarket.
Subject to state regulations and towbar designs. A Weight Distribution Hitch (WDH) is recommended for towball downloads exceeding 135kg. For further information, please refer to the Triton Owner's manual.
For 2003, Ford will offer the Ranger with other special packages, including the FX4/Off-Road SuperCab model and a FX4/Level II package for the true off-road enthusiast. The FX4/Level II is fitted with Bilstein shocks for improved control and BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires on Alcoa forged aluminum wheels.
This has historically been the case in relation to copies that are sold on a physical medium, such as a DVD or CD-ROM, but the Court for the first time confirms that the exhaustion principle also applies in the case of digital downloads. It said that limiting the application of the exhaustion principle solely to copies that are sold on a physical medium would allow the copyright holder to control the resale of copies downloaded from the internet and to demand further remuneration on each new sale, even though the first sale of the copy had already provided the right holder with an appropriate remuneration. Such a restriction of the resale of copies of computer programs downloaded from the internet would go beyond what is necessary to safeguard the specific subject-matter of the IP concerned. In these circumstances the copyright holder could not rely on a contractual prohibition on transfer in a licence agreement to oppose the resale of that copy.
Exhaustion applied even where there was a maintenance agreement between the first acquirer and the copyright holder. This, said the Court, was because exhaustion extends to the copy of the computer program sold as corrected and updated by the copyright holder. Even if the maintenance agreement is for a limited period, the functionalities altered or added form an integral part of the copy originally downloaded and can be used by the acquirer of the copy for an unlimited period.
The ruling is of potentially huge significance not just to the software industry but to any digital business that makes copyright material available for download such as music, e-books, or games. It means that whenever a copy of a copyright work is sold by way of digital download to an end-user in the EU for a fee, that end user will in principle be able to resell that copy to any third party anywhere in the EU without infringing the rights of the copyright owner, irrespective of the terms of any user licence prohibiting transfer or resale.
It is also to be noted that the ruling applies only to downloaded material; online services, to which the distribution right and exhaustion do not apply, are unaffected. This therefore raises the question of whether we will see still faster migration of software licensing models to 'the cloud', since software owners in Europe are not exposed to the exhaustion doctrine in relation to online services / software 'rental' models. There is also scope, of course, for copyright owners to explore other licensing models that do not involve the 'sale' of software copies, whether online or on physical media.
Another question left by the ruling is whether it remains open to copyright holders to use digital rights management techniques to physically prevent the resale of software or other copyright material. Given that the Court's ruling specifically authorises the purchaser of "used" licence to download a new copy from the copyright holder's website, provided that the original copy has been made unusable, it would appear that such techniques may become difficult to sustain.