Analysis of European OEMs' Vehicle Platform Strategies

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This research study brings out the basic idea of Automotive platforms and its constituents and the strategies that various Vehicle Manufacturers are adopting for their various models in the European market. It also studies the shift in the adoption of platforms from rigid platform definitions to more flexible versions called Architectures which are based upon sharing Modules and Systems. The Analysis includes various existing platforms/architectures of each company and the models that use them, future platform consolidations planned, platform volumes and forecast upto 2015.

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Analysis of European OEMs' Vehicle Platform Strategies, Analysis of European OEMs' Vehicle Platform StrategiesIntroduction & OverviewFront PageTrends towards Standardization and World Car StrategyDefinition of Platforms & ArchitecturesPlatform / Architecture StrategyComposition of Platforms & ArchitecturesDifference between Platforms & ArchitecturesPlatform Sharing - Benefits & DrawbacksOverall Platform TrendsPlatform Summary - Classification by Vehicle segmentsVehicle Manufacturer ProfilesBMW GroupDaimlerChryslerFiat GroupFord Motor CompanyGeneral MotorsPSA GroupGroupe RenaultToyota GroupVolkswagen GroupImpact of Vehicle Manufacturers Platform Strategies on Supplier's BusinessImpact of Vehicle Manufacturers Platform Strategies on Supplier's BusinessAppendixComparison of Vehicle Manufacturer Platform Volumes




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