The global automotive air suspension market is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 6.1% during the forecast period, 2021 – 2028. The growth of the market is attributed to increasing demand for luxury buses for long distance travelling. Moreover, rising preference for comfort and luxury in passenger cars is expected to propel the market growth.Air suspension is driven by an engine-driven compressor or air pump. Air suspension system consists of air springs, shock absorbers, beam assembly, brake system, and axle. This type of suspension increases stability and reduces fuel consumption, which in turn, improves comfort of the vehicle. The air suspension system also reduces the noise and vibration and increases the capacity to transport loads by levelling the suspension. Air suspension consists of different components, which includes air springs and height sensor.Air springs have more capabilities than conventional coil springs. Vehicles with air suspension maintain better stability and helps in adjusting the ride height according to the vehicle speed. The suspension system of a car has two primary objectives, which are to maintain contact between the wheel and road and to prohibit road shocks and undulations to the passenger cabin. Some major bus manufacturers include Volvo, Scania, Daimler, etc. use air suspensions in their buses.