2014 Outlook of the Global Automotive Aftermarket

High Growth in Vehicle Population to Create New Opportunities for Parts and Service Suppliers

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Global vehicles in operation will increase sharply over the 2013-2020 period, driving new opportunities for light vehicle parts and service providers. This research compiles findings from various deliverables published over the past two years. It covers growth prospects for the global automotive aftermarket in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. The research includes vehicles in operation analysis, revenue forecasts and top parts, and service providers by regions. It also includes an analysis of mega trends impacting the global automotive aftermarket, with a specific focus on electronic parts retailing. Conclusions and future outlook are presented for each region.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key Highlights of 2013Top 6 Predictions of 2014Research Scope and DefinitionsDefinitionsResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Compared in This StudyVehicle Classification Global Aftermarket OverviewGlobal Light Vehicles in OperationMarket Size PotentialGlobal Hot SpotsDistribution Channel Analysis by RegionMega Trends and Industry Convergence ImplicationsTop Megatrends Impacting the Global Automotive AftermarketImpact of Mega Trends—UrbanizationImpact of Mega Trends—Future of Mobility Impact of Mega Trends—Connectivity and ConvergenceImpact of Mega Trends—Social TrendsImpact of Mega Trends—Social Commerce as New Business ModelNorth American Automotive AftermarketVehicles in Operation by BrandVehicles in Operation by AgeForecast for Service Centers by TypeOES Channel AnalysisRemanufacturingConclusionsEuropean Automotive AftermarketVehicles in Operation by BrandVehicles In Operation by AgeEuropean Light Vehicle Aftermarket—Revenue ForecastAverage Annual UseTop DistributorsConclusionsAustralian Automotive AftermarketVehicles in Operation by Brand and by AgeTop DistributorsConclusionsLatin American Automotive AftermarketRevenue and VIO SnapshotDistribution Channel Analysis by CountryDistribution Channel Analysis by Country (continued)Top Distributors by Key CountryTop Service Providers by Key CountryConclusionsAsia-Pacific Automotive AftermarketVehicles in Operation by Type – India Vehicles in Operation by BrandVehicles in Operation by Country and by Type – ASEAN Vehicles in Operation by Brand – ASEANUnit Shipment Forecast by Product Type – ASEAN ConclusionsE-retailing in the Global Automotive AftermarketThe Parts eRetailing Strategic EcosystemOnline Parts vs. Total Aftermarket Parts Revenue—North AmericaAutomotive Parts GMV By Business Model TypeOnline Parts vs. Total Aftermarket Parts Revenue – EuropeKey Parts eRetailers and Marketplaces in the European AftermarketConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedLearn More—Next StepsPlanned 2014 ResearchMarket Engineering Methodology




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