2013 Outlook of the Global Automotive Industry

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The study discusses the outlook of the global automotive industry in detail. It illustrates the growth and slowdown of regional markets in 2012 and analyses the expected market performance in 2013. It explores the drivers behind the growth in APAC and the US and the factors contributing to the slowdown in Europe. Additionally, it highlights the key technology trends and important launches expected in 2013.

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Executive SummaryTop 5 Key Predictions and Trends for 2013Highlights of 2012Winners of 2012Top 5 Markets by Sales in 2012Indonesia and the Global ContextGlobal Light Vehicle Sales by Region in 2013—A SnapshotGlobal Light Vehicle Sales by OEM in 2013—A SnapshotKey Regional Market—Europe (G5 vs E5)Key Regional Market—Emerging Economies (BRIC vs N5)Key Regional Market (The US and Japan)ASEAN Countries Vehicle ProductionElectric Vehicle SalesKey Launches in 2013Key Launches in 2013 (continued)Research Scope, Objectives, Background and MethodologyResearch Scope Key OEM Groups Compared in this StudyKey Global OEMs—Luxury Brand PortfolioVehicle Segment DefinitionsKey Markets to Watch-OutBudget Car Syndrome is BackAttractive Vehicle SegmentTop OEMs in the Global Compact MarketGlobal Light Vehicle Sales by Segment in 2013—Developed MarketsGlobal Light Vehicle Sales by Segment in 2013—Emerging MarketsLV Market in ASEANGlobal SUV and Pick-Up Market Top 10 SUV and Pick-Up MarketTop 10 SUV and Pick-Up Markets (continued)Key Luxury Vehicle MarketsKey Luxury Vehicle Markets (continued)Key OEM Strategies for the Luxury Car MarketKey OEM Strategies for the Luxury Car Market (continued)Outlook for Global Carsharing 2013Outlook of Global Peer-to-peer Carsharing 2013OEM Mobility StrategieseRetailing Market Outlook for 2013–2014Evolution of the Bricks and Clicks Model in New Car RetailingEvolution of the Bricks and Clicks Model in New Car Retailing (continued)eRetailing Strategy of OEMsBody Styling Strategy of OEMsBody Styling Strategy in 2013Body Styling Trends—Key Segment AnalysisElectric Vehicle Sales—2012EV Market Outlook for 2013–14Powertrain Market OutlookGlobal Powertrain Mix by Region in 2013 (Sales)—A SnapshotKey Powertrain Technologies to WatchKey Powertrain Technologies to Watch (continued)Top 5 Powertrain Investments by OEMsInfotainment and Telematics Outlook—Top 5 PredictionsInfotainment and Telematics Outlook—2012 NA Market HighlightsInfotainment and Telematics Outlook—2012 EU Market HighlightsInfotainment and Telematics Outlook—2012 China Market Highlights Standard versus Optional FeaturesGlobal Light Vehicles in OperationTop 20 Parts Aftermarket ProductsGlobal Aftermarket—Hot SpotsGlobal Aftermarket—Hot Spots (continued)Key ConclusionsKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixEU-25 Light Vehicle Sales by CountryList of AcronymsGlobal TeamMarket Engineering Methodology




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