20 Auto Parts Companies To Watch in 2022
Bosch is a leading German supplier of braking, powertrain, and vehicle systems to automakers globally. They have over 150 branches worldwide and focus on new technologies like electromobility and automated driving functions.
Dongfeng Motor Parts is one of China's largest manufacturers of commercial vehicle engines, transmissions, and drivetrain components. They operate 10 Chinese plants and exported to over 30 countries in 2021.
Wanxiang Group supplies global automakers with electric powertrains, batteries and connectivity technology from R&D centers in China and the US. Their aim is to become a top electrified vehicle parts provider internationally.
Luoyang Bearing is a Chinese bearing producer specializing in wheel hub units, engine components and suspension parts for commercial and personal vehicles. They supply customized solutions to automotive OEMs.
Fawer Automotive manufactures plastic body panels, interior trims and emissions systems for multiple brands. Based in China, they have the world's largest automotive fuel tank blow molding facility.
Minth Group provides lighting, electronic, HVAC and filter products primarily for commercial vehicles. Headquartered in China, they focus on LED technology and smart networked solutions.
Nanjing Leadint supplies lead-acid, lithium-ion batteries, and electronic controls from plants in China and Germany. They aim to advance new battery R&D for electric vehicles and infrastructure.
Guangzhou Auto manufactures passenger cars and supplies engines, transmissions, and other systems to automakers through subsidiaries based in China.
Great Wall Motor produces pickups, SUVs, and EVs alongside precision parts and lubricant subsidiaries enhancing localization.
Beiqi Foton Motor is a Chinese truck brand that supplies powertrain, chassis, and mechanical components through its Foton Precision division.
ZF Friedrichshafen develops driveline, chassis, and safety technologies worldwide serving commercial and passenger vehicle OEMs globally.
Aisin Seiki manufactures global powertrain, thermal, electronics, and brake systems from Japanese facilities.
Magna International engineers full vehicle solutions in body, chassis, drivetrain, and seating across North American, European and Asian plants.
Faurecia focuses on sustainable mobility through interior systems, seating, and emissions control equipment serving automakers worldwide.
Lear Corporation equips vehicles globally with seats and electrical, electronic, and software-enabled systems technologies.
Hyundai Mobis concentrates on component R&D and production supplying Korean and international brands.
Sumitomo Electric produces global wiring harnesses, connectors, and electronic products from Japanese plants.
Valeo focuses on carbon reduction through efficient engine technologies, electrification solutions, and driving assistance systems.
Delphi Technologies engineers validated thermal, propulsion, and vehicle control systems and components.
Aptiv is an American global technology company focused on safer, greener, and more connected solutions for the automotive sector. They develop electrical architecture, advanced driver assistance systems, vehicle connectivity, and user experience technologies. Aptiv has over 175,000 employees operating design, engineering, manufacturing, and assembly facilities in 40 countries. The company partners with every major global automaker to accelerate the development and production of next-gen automotive technologies.