2015 Outlook of the Global Automotive Aftermarket

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Global vehicles in operation will increase sharply over the 2015–2020 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, Europe, China, India, and Latin America. The research includes vehicles in operation analysis, revenue forecasts, and top parts and service providers by region. 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 2014Top 6 Predictions of 2015Research 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 ImplicationsGlobal Overall Online Retail Sales OutlookShifting from Service Model to Solutions ModelTop Transformational Shifts Expected to Shape the Future of RetailingFuture of Parts and Service Retailing: Connected Store RealizedOBD II Subscriber Base ForecastNorth American Automotive AftermarketUnited States—Vehicles in Operation Forecast by Model YearUnited States—Vehicles in Operation by BrandNorth America—Average Vehicle AgeNorth America—Compound Annual Growth Rates by CategoryUnited States—Forecast for Service Centers by TypeKey Conclusions and Future OutlookEuropean Automotive AftermarketEurope—Vehicles in Operation ForecastEurope—Vehicles in Operation by BrandEurope—Revenue Forecast by Top CategoriesEurope—Percent of Revenue by Distribution Channel and CountryEurope—Online Parts vs. Total Aftermarket Parts Revenue European TPMS Aftermarket—Revenue ForecastKey Conclusions and Future OutlookChinese Automotive AftermarketChina—Vehicle in Operation (VIO) by TypeChina—Vehicle in Operation (VIO) by BrandChina—Vehicle in Operation (VIO) by AgeChina—Manufacturer-level Market SizeChina—Main Service ChannelsChina—ConclusionsLatin American Automotive AftermarketLatin America—Vehicle in Operation Forecast by CountryLatin America—Drivers and RestraintsLatin America—Revenue Forecast by Top CategoriesLatin America—Percent of Revenue by CountryMexico—Tires AftermarketLatin America—Distribution StructureKey Conclusions and Future OutlookRest of WorldIndia—Manufacturer-level Replacement Parts Revenue India—Market Share by Channel and Repair Service ProvidersTurkey—Vehicles in Operation by TypeTurkey—Top SuppliersGulf Cooperation Council—Total Market Revenue SnapshotGulf Cooperation Council—Auto Parts Imports Key Conclusions and Future OutlookConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms UsedPlanned 2015 ResearchPlanned 2015 Research (continued)Market Engineering Methodology




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