Electric Vehicle Market in Latin America, Forecast to 2023

Brazil to Emerge Powerhouse Performer as Pilot Programs, B2B EV Fleets and B2C Vehicle Introductions Propel Regional Market Growth

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The electric vehicle (EV) market in Latin America is set for growth toward 2023. Although a nascent market today, a number of activities around pilot programs, B2B EV fleets, and recent B2C vehicle introductions by OEMs are expected to propel the market toward the medium term. Regulations, discussions around incentives, and tax rebates are also likely to be realized in the short-to-medium term. This study analyzes select Latin American countries' current EV market structures and future landscapes. It offers market forecasts and scenario analyses and also discusses the infrastructure-readiness of the market (toward 2023) before concluding with the future outlook and the top predictions.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Unit Shipment Forecast by Country and EV TypeExecutive Summary—Unit Shipment Forecast by Country Executive Summary—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEMExecutive Summary—Unit Shipment Forecast by Country for Top OEMsExecutive Summary—LATAM Scenario Analysis EV Forecast Executive Summary—EV/PHEV Introductions in LATAMSnapshot of Tax Exemptions and Incentives for EVs in LATAMExecutive Summary—EV Charging Infrastructure Snapshot in LATAMExecutive Summary—Key Focus Cities in LATAMExecutive Summary—Market AttractivenessExecutive Summary—Key Findings and Future Outlook Research Scope, Objectives, Methodology, and BackgroundResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationEV SegmentationElectric Propulsion TechnologyEV Charging Overview—LATAMVehicle SegmentationEV Market OverviewOverview of the Global Powertrain MarketGlobal EV Outlook—Unit Sales Scenario AnalysisGlobal EV Outlook—Sales Forecast by Region and TechnologyFuture Battery Chemistries’ Technology RoadmapLi-ion Battery Capacity AnalysisKey Mega Trends Impacting LATAM Market TrendsKey LATAM Market TrendsKey Market Challenges for EVs in LATAM LATAM EV Market—Stakeholder OverviewRegional OverviewArgentina—Top-level Fact SheetArgentina—Regulatory Environment and IncentivesArgentina—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEMArgentina—Scenario Analysis ForecastArgentina—Scenario Analysis Forecast (continued)Argentina—Infrastructure and Country-readinessArgentina—Key Infrastructure ActivitiesBrazil—Top-level Fact SheetBrazil—Top-level Fact Sheet (continued)Brazil—Regulatory Environment and IncentivesBrazil—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEMBrazil—Scenario Analysis ForecastBrazil—Scenario Analysis Forecast (continued)Brazil—Infrastructure and Country-readinessBrazil—Key Infrastructure ActivitiesChile—Top-level Fact SheetChile—Regulatory Environment and IncentiveChile—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEMChile—Scenario Analysis ForecastChile—Scenario Analysis Forecast (continued)Chile—Infrastructure and Country-readinessChile—Key Infrastructure ActivitiesColombia—Top-level Fact SheetColombia—Regulatory Environment and IncentivesColombia—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEMColombia—Scenario Analysis ForecastColombia—Scenario Analysis Forecast (continued)Colombia—Infrastructure and Country-readinessColombia—Key Infrastructure ActivitiesMexico—Top-level Fact SheetMexico—Regulatory Environment and IncentivesMexico—Unit Shipment Forecast by OEMMexico—Scenario Analysis ForecastMexico—Scenario Analysis Forecast (continued)Mexico—Infrastructure and Country-readinessMexico—Key Infrastructure ActivitiesEV Activities in Other LATAM and Caribbean CountriesEV Activities in Other LATAM and Caribbean Countries (continued)Select OEM ProfilesBMW GroupRenault–Nissan GroupMitsubishi MotorsConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Industry ImplicationsThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyLearn More—Next Steps

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