2017 Global Automotive Aftermarket Outlook

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Global vehicles in operation will increase significantly over the 2017–2018 period, driving new opportunities for passenger car and light truck parts and service providers. This research compiles findings from various deliverables published by Frost & Sullivan 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 analyses of vehicles in operation, vehicle ownership, eRetailing in the automotive aftermarket, and service providers by region. It includes an analysis of Mega Trends impacting the global automotive aftermarket, with a specific focus on eRetailing, remanufacturing, and start-ups in the aftermarket ecosystem. Conclusions and an outlook are presented for each region.

The study’s objectives are to:
• Calculate the size of the global automotive aftermarket through analysis of VIO and replacement rates
• Update the main Frost & Sullivan research findings for each region
• Identify the main industry trends in each region
• Determine which regions and segments will enjoy the highest growth potential
• Analyze the effect of Mega Trends such as eRetailing and telematics solutions on demand for aftermarket parts and services
• Predict major benchmarks that the global aftermarket will achieve in 2016 and beyond

Key questions this study will answer:
• What are the main factors that will influence the size and direction of the global automotive aftermarket in 2017?
• How does the industry outlook vary from region to region?
• What is the outlook for eRetailing in each region during 2017?
• What developments in the global automotive aftermarket in 2016 will have an impact during 2017?
• How are emerging regions being served, or underserved, by automotive parts and services suppliers?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Highlights of 2016
2017 Aftermarket Industry Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues
Top 6 Predictions for 2017
Growth Strategies
2. Research Scope, and Objectives
Research Scope
Research Aims and Objectives
3. Global Aftermarket Overview
Global Light VIO
Global Automotive Aftermarket Top—Trends in 2017
Global Aftermarket—Growth Opportunity Analysis
Key Developments 2016
Disruptive Start-Ups
Global Automotive Aftermarket—eRetailing Overview
Aftermarket eRetailing Penetration by 2022
Global eRetailing Market Outlook
Emerging Business Models in Aftermarket eRetailing
Phases in eRetail Evolution—Transitioning from B2C to B2B
Uberization of Vehicle Service
Service Aggregators’ Evolving Role in the eRetailing Ecosystem
Upstream to Downstream Movement of OEMs and Suppliers
Global Remanufacturing Industry—Regional Highlights
Global Remanufacturing Footprint
4. North American Automotive Aftermarket Outlook
Regional Outlook—US
Regional Outlook—Canada
North America Aftermarket Dashboard
VIO Ownership Pattern
Regional Snapshot—eRetailing in North America
Automotive Aftermarket Opportunity Areas
5. European Automotive Aftermarket Outlook
Regional Outlook—Europe
Europe—Aftermarket Dashboard
VIO Ownership Pattern
Country Snapshot—eRetailing in the United Kingdom
Country Snapshot—eRetailing in France
Country Snapshot—eRetailing in Germany
Country Snapshot—eRetailing in Italy
Country Snapshot—eRetailing in Spain
Automotive Aftermarket Opportunity Areas
6. Chinese Automotive Aftermarket Outlook
7. Latin America Automotive Aftermarket Outlook
8. Indian Automotive Aftermarket Outlook
9. Growth Opportunities and Companies to Action
Transformation in Automotive Aftermarket Retail—2017
Growth Opportunity—Digitization in Aftermarket Retail
10. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
Three Big Predictions
11. Appendix
Legal Disclaimer
2017 Research Plan
12. The Frost & Sullivan Story

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Automotive Aftermarket: Key Developments, Global, 2016


1. Automotive Aftermarket: Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues, Global, 2017
2. Automotive Industry CEO Survey: Key Strategies, 2016
3. Automotive Aftermarket: Light VIO, Global, 2016 and 2017
4. Automotive Aftermarket: Regional Growth Opportunity Analysis, Global, 2017
5. Automotive Aftermarket: Disruptive Start-Ups, Global, 2017
6. Automotive Aftermarket: eRetailing Revenue, Global, 2015 and 2022
7. Automotive Aftermarket: eRetailing Growth Opportunity Areas, Global, 2015–2022
8. Automotive Aftermarket: eRetailing Penetration, Global, 2022
9. Automotive Aftermarket: eRetailing Market Outlook, Global, 2017
10. Automotive Aftermarket: Key eRetailing Business Models, 2016
11. Automotive Aftermarket: Parts Distribution in eRetailing, Global, 2016
12. Automotive Aftermarket: Service Aggregator Solution Evolution, Global, 2016
13. Automotive Aftermarket: Upstream to Downstream Movement of OEMs and Suppliers, Global, 2016
14. Automotive Aftermarket: Remanufacturing Highlights by Region, Global, 2016
15. Automotive Aftermarket: Remanufacturing Plant Share by Region, Global, 2016
16. National GDP Growth, US, 2016–2017
17. New Vehicle Sales, US, 2016–2017
18. National GDP Growth, Canada, 2016–2017
19. New Vehicle Sales, Canada, 2016–2017
20. Automotive Aftermarket: VIO Age and Brands, North America, 2016
21. GDP Growth, Europe*, 2016–2017
22. New Vehicle Sales, Europe*, 2016–2017
23. Automotive Aftermarket: VIO Ownership Patterns, Western Europe, 2017
24. Automotive Aftermarket: VIO Ownership Patterns, Eastern Europe, 2017
25. National GDP Growth, China, 2016–2017
26. New Vehicle Sales, China, 2016–2017
27. Automotive Aftermarket: VIO Ownership Pattern, China, 2017
28. National GDP Growth, Latin America, 2016–2017
29. New Vehicle Sales, Latin America, 2016–2017
30. Automotive Aftermarket: VIO Ownership Pattern, Latin America, 2017
31. National GDP Growth, India, 2016–2017
32. New Vehicle Sales, India, 2016–2017
33. Automotive Aftermarket: VIO Ownership Pattern, India, 2017



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