- Lear Corporation ( LEA ) generates revenues from its seating and e-systems segments
- The company's revenues are determined by the size and the composition of the automotive industry
- Global automotive industry production volumes improved by 5% compared to the previous year in 2016 and by 2% in 2017 . Rate of change in production volumes directly impact Lear Corporation's revenues
- Revenues of the seating segment are impacted by the growing trend of customer preference towards crossovers and SUVs where the content per vehicle is higher
- Crossover and sport utility vehicle production has grown to approximately 33% of total vehicle production in 2017 , up from 18% of total vehicle production five years ago. This increase has been driven primarily by China
- China is likely to emerge as the world's largest automotive market and Lear's strategy in this region can be a key revenue driver
- Lear has the number 2 position (based on revenue) in the seat systems assembly market globally which is estimated at $65 billion in 2017 by the company. A higher market share in this segment can drive revenues for the company
- The trend towards energy efficient and connected vehicles is likely to drive revenue growth for Lear's e-systems segment
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