Global Automotive Aftermarket Outlook, 2016

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Global vehicles in operation will increase sharply over the 2016–2020 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.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Highlights of 2015
2016–2017 Aftermarket Industry Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues
Top 6 Predictions of 2016
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Definitions
Research Aim and Objectives
Research Background
Research Methodology
3. Global Aftermarket Overview
Key Aftermarket Trends in 2016
Global Light Vehicles in Operation
Global Aftermarket Revenue Market Size Potential
Global Aftermarket—Growth Opportunity Analysis
Aftermarket Outlook—Regions With Uncertain Fortunes in 2016
Top IAM Participants—Global
Global Aftermarket Outlook—New Entrants and Disruptive Models
Parts eRetailing
Connected Car
New Service Models
Tires eRetailing
Participatory Services
Aggregator
Parts eRetailing Key Transformative Trends Across Regions
Automotive Aftermarket—eRetailing Penetration
Service Aggregators’ Geographical Presence
4. 2016 Key Focus Area—Technology in Service Bay
Aftermarket Outlook—Emerging Technologies in the Bay
Aftermarket Outlook—Trends Impacting Vehicle Service
Aftermarket Outlook—Future Service Delivery Models
Service Delivery Enablers
Service Delivery Models
Aftermarket Outlook—Garage of Tomorrow
5. North American Automotive Aftermarket
Regional Outlook—US
Economic Outlook
Automotive Outlook
Regional Outlook—Canada
Economic Outlook
Automotive Outlook
North America—Aftermarket Dashboard
Vehicles in Operation—North America
Aftermarket Parts Revenue—North America
Automotive Aftermarket—Opportunity Areas
6. European Automotive Aftermarket
Regional Outlook—EU28
Economic Outlook
Automotive Outlook
Regional Outlook—Russia
Economic Outlook
Automotive Outlook
Europe—Aftermarket Dashboard
7. Vehicles in Operation—Europe
Vehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, Europe
Aftermarket Parts Revenue—Europe
Automotive Aftermarket—Opportunity Areas
8. Chinese Automotive Aftermarket
Regional Outlook—China
Economic Outlook
Automotive Outlook
China—Aftermarket Dashboard
Vehicles in Operation—China
Vehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, China
Aftermarket Parts Revenue—China
Automotive Aftermarket—Opportunity Areas
9. Latin American Automotive Aftermarket
Regional Outlook—Latin America
Economic Outlook
Automotive Outlook
Latin America—Aftermarket Dashboard
Vehicles in Operation—Latin America
Vehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, Latin America
Aftermarket Parts Revenue—Latin America
Automotive Aftermarket—Opportunity Areas
10. India Automotive Aftermarket
Regional Outlook—India
Economic Outlook
Automotive Outlook
India—Aftermarket Dashboard
Vehicles in Operation—India
Vehicle in Operation—Ownership Pattern, India
Aftermarket Parts Revenue—India
Automotive Aftermarket—Opportunity Areas
11. Rest of the World Automotive Aftermarket
Aftermarket Outlook—Revenue by Parts Type, ASEAN
Aftermarket Outlook—Revenue by Parts Type, Australia
Aftermarket Outlook—Revenue by Country, GCC
Aftermarket Opportunity Area—Africa
12. Key Conclusion and Future Outlook
Key Conclusion and 2016 Outlook
13. Legal Disclaimer
14. Appendix
Table of Acronyms Used
Planned 2016 Research

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