The Asia Pacific automotive lead-acid market is presently experiencing steady growth. Invented by Gaston Planté in 1859, lead-acid batteries represent one of the most widely utilized rechargeable batteries. They are employed in the starting, lighting and ignition (SLI) process of automobiles as they are robust, cost-effective, and can withstand abuse caused by wear and tear. In comparison with their substitutes like lithium-ion batteries, lead-acid batteries can tolerate overcharging. Moreover, these batteries are 100% recyclable, which aids in minimizing the overall manufacturing cost as well as reducing environmental pollution. In Asia Pacific, the boosting sales of luxury vehicles and advancements in vehicle technology are the key factors driving the sales of these batteries. Apart from this, the establishment of manufacturing facilities by several multinational players, such as Honda and Toyota, coupled with the expanding automotive fleet in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and India, is also spurring the demand for lead-acid batteries in the region.
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