Semiconductors are made from pure elements or compounds. These materials' properties can be altered via doping. Doping introduces impurities into the system. They are compliant with the automotive industry's technical and quality standards. Autonomous driving is predicted to result in a rise in the number of semiconductor devices used in the car sector as technology improves. Autonomous vehicles rely on sophisticated algorithms, actuators, powerful processors, and machine learning systems to execute software. Countries such as the United States, Taiwan, South Korea, Japan, and the Netherlands have emerged as prominent key participants in the automotive semiconductor business. Semiconductor sales are predicted to drop -9.6% to slightly more than $38 billion in 2020, compared to a mid-year prediction of a 20% drop by the end of the year compared to 2019.