Global Automotive Industry Outlook, 2018

Global Automotive Industry Outlook, 2018

Vehicle Sales to Inch Closer to 100 Million Units as Data Monetization Takes Centerstage

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22-Mar-2018
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North America
Research Code: K26F-01-00-00-00
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The automotive landscape is rapidly changing every year. The convergence of various technologies and industries with the automotive space is creating numerous opportunities in the market. Digitization and connectivity are generating large volumes of usage data, which will enable new revenue streams such as data monetization in the automotive industry. The prices of electric vehicle (EV) batteries are constantly declining, which is making EVs affordable, contributing to an increase in their sales. Even as EVs power their way ahead with record sales, the supporting infrastructure of the charging stations is not keeping pace. OEMs have to work with partners and government agencies to set up more charging stations and establish a universal charging standard.

It is important for stakeholders in the automotive industry to be aware of the dynamically evolving trends and ways in which they can be monetized. This study provides a snapshot of the key happenings in the automotive industry in 2017 and a strategic outlook for 2018.

Some of the disruptive trends in the automotive industry include: voice recognition-driven personal assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, reduction in EV battery prices, and the application of deep learning in autonomous vehicle (AV) development.

Other key trends include:
• Long-range EVs—OEMs will target EVs with more than 300 mile range by utilizing a flat battery storage design
• Decline of diesel—In 2018, sale of diesel cars will continue to decline, as governments announce stronger air quality control moves including higher tax bands in Europe
• Inclusion of driver monitoring systems in level 2 and 3 cars—Driver monitoring will be a key focus area in 2018, with companies incorporating a range of driver monitoring systems into their vehicles

Examples of start-ups discussed in the study are:
• Volocopter—A flying car company, which recently received funding from Daimler
• Argus Cybersecurity—Acquired by Continental in 2017
• Cymotive—A cyber security company set up by Volkswagen and its partners
• La'Zooz—A ridesharing app company, which uses crypto currency technology
• Car Vertical—A blockchain-based car history registry

Key Issues Addressed

  • What were the disruptive trends that influenced the automotive industry in 2017?
  • What are the data monetization-driven business models that will gain prominence in 2018?
  • What is the next stage of evolution for electric vehicles?
  • What are the latest technologies that are poised to accelerate the development of autonomous cars?
  • How has Brexit impacted automotive investments in the United Kingdom?

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Table of Contents

Highlights of 2017

Predictions for 2018

Research Scope

Vehicle Segmentation

Global LV Sales by Region in 2017 and 2018—Snapshot

Winners of 2017

Global LV Sales of Top 20 OEM Groups

Global LV Sales of Top 30 Automotive Markets

LV Sales of Top 15 Chinese OEM Groups in China

Top 5 Markets by Sales Volume in 2017

Key Regional Markets—United States

Key Regional Markets—Brazil and Russia

Key Regional Markets—India and China

Key Regional Markets—Emerging Economies

Key Regional Markets—Europe (G5 Vs E5)

Top 20 Trends for the Automotive Industry in 2018

Trend 1—Digitization of the Automotive Industry

Trend 2—Downstream Services to Drive Auto Industry Revenue Growth

Trend 3—OEMs Betting on AI, Data Monetization, and Voice Recognition

Trend 4—Automotive Data Monetization: Total Addressable Market

Trend 4—Data Monetization: Key Consumers and Use Cases

Trend 5—Big Push Toward EVs with Related Manufacturing Investments

Trend 6—Future Mobility Initiatives Poised to Take Off

Trend 7—Key OEMs Selling Their Vehicles Online

Trend 8—The Dawn of Blockchain Platforms in Automotive

Trend 9—Impending Advent of Automated Taxis

Trend 10—Urban Lifestyle Vehicles Becoming the New Entry Luxury

Trend 11—Rising Inventory Stock and Dealership Discounts

Trend 12—Impact of Brexit on Automotive Investments

Trend 13—Trump Impact on the Global Automotive Industry

Trend 14—Cyber Security to be Integral to the Automotive Ecosystem

Trend 15—Rise of Aftermarket e-Retailers

Trend 16—OEM Investments in Flying Cars Technologies to Increase

Trend 17—FinTech to Enable New Automotive Transactions

Trend 18—Rise of Cognitive Mobility in Automotive

Trend 19—OEMs Re-assessing their Corporate Strategies with Eye on Future

Trend 20—OEMs Pursuing Vehicle/Model ‘Doubling Up’ Strategy

Highlights of 2017

Malaysia—2017 Passenger Vehicles Market: Segment Trends

Malaysia—2017 Passenger Vehicles Market: Key Participants

Indonesia—2017 Passenger Vehicles Market: Segment Trends

Indonesia—2017 Passenger Vehicles Market: Key Participants

Thailand—2017 Passenger Vehicles Market: Segment Trends

Thailand—2017 Passenger Vehicles Market: Key Participants

Predictions for 2018

Highlights of 2017

Unit Vehicle Sales Forecast by Powertrain Mix by Country

Unit Vehicle Sales Forecast by Transmission Mix by Country

Growing Vehicle Segments in LATAM

Top Transformational Shifts and Trends Impacting Growing Vehicle Segments in LATAM

OEMs in LATAM Shifting Focus Toward Car-as-a-Service (CaaS)

Taxi and eHailing Market—LATAM

Vehicle Feature Opportunities in LATAM

Predictions for 2018

Predictions for 2018 (continued)

Highlights of 2017

Traditional Carsharing—Global Membership and Fleet Size

P2P Carsharing Market—Overview

Ridesharing Industry Overview—Europe and North America

Ridesharing Market Estimates—North America and Europe

eHailing Apps—Global Snapshot

eHailng—Connected Vehicles and Revenue

Integrated Mobility Landscape

Integrated Mobility Uniting Service Providers

List of Start-ups in the Mobility Ecosystem

Predictions for 2018

Highlights of 2017

Highlights of 2017 (continued)

Global Powertrain Mix—Sales Snapshot

Powertrain Technology Roadmap—Gasoline

Engine Downsizing and Dual Clutch Transmissions

Advanced Powertrain Technologies—Summary

Regional Analysis of xEVs (North America)

Regional Analysis of xEVs (Europe)

Predictions for 2018

Highlights of 2017

Global xEV Market Scenario Analysis—2015 to 2025

Consumers Preference—PHEVs Vs BEVs

Driveline Systems Life Cycle Analysis

Adaptive Steering Technology Migration

Existing AC Charging Points in 2017

Existing DC Charging Points in 2017—CHAdeMO Vs Combo

Next Wave—Ultra-fast EV Charging

List of Start-ups in the EV Ecosystem

Predictions for 2018

Highlights of 2017

Top Trends Driving the AD Market—2017

Major OEM Strategy for Stepwise Introduction of AD

Global Level Adoption of Semi and Highly Automated Vehicles

European V2X Applications Roadmap

Overview of Active Safety and AD Feature Availability

Predictions for 2018

Highlights of 2017

Navigation System Evolution

Navigation Data Standard (NDS)—Ecosystem Evolution

NDS—Addressable Market

Automotive Access Systems Road Map—Future Innovations

Automotive Access Systems Market—Extended Ecosystem Participants

Proactive First Notification of Loss (FNOL)

Usage-based Insurance (UBI) Product Types

Automotive OEMs—IoT Platforms

Data Monetization—Direct and Indirect Revenue Opportunities

Notable Start-ups in the Connected Car Ecosystem

Predictions for 2018

Highlights of 2017

Automotive Digital Retailing—Vision 2020

New Customer Journey Already Digital

Digitizing through Reality Tools (VR/AR/MR)

Degree of Digitalization in Car Retailing—2010 to 2020

Future Automotive Retail Ecosystem

EV Retailing Strategies for the Future

Used Car Retailing—Key Dynamics

Certified Used Car Retailing—Challenges

Amazon in Car Retailing—Future Potential

Predictions for 2018

Highlights of 2017

Global Automotive Aftermarket—eRetailing Overview

Global Aftermarket Start-up Ecosystem—Key Regional Growth Drivers

Analysis of Key Sources of Funding of Select Aftermarket Start-ups

List of Notable Start-ups in the Aftermarket Ecosystem

Predictions for 2018

Growth Opportunities

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Conclusions and 2018 Outlook

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Select New Vehicle Launches 2017

Upcoming Vehicle Launches 2018

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The automotive landscape is rapidly changing every year. The convergence of various technologies and industries with the automotive space is creating numerous opportunities in the market. Digitization and connectivity are generating large volumes of usage data, which will enable new revenue streams such as data monetization in the automotive industry. The prices of electric vehicle (EV) batteries are constantly declining, which is making EVs affordable, contributing to an increase in their sales. Even as EVs power their way ahead with record sales, the supporting infrastructure of the charging stations is not keeping pace. OEMs have to work with partners and government agencies to set up more charging stations and establish a universal charging standard. It is important for stakeholders in the automotive industry to be aware of the dynamically evolving trends and ways in which they can be monetized. This study provides a snapshot of the key happenings in the automotive industry in 2017 and a strategic outlook for 2018. Some of the disruptive trends in the automotive industry include: voice recognition-driven personal assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, reduction in EV battery prices, and the application of deep learning in autonomous vehicle (AV) development. Other key trends include: • Long-range EVs—OEMs will target EVs with more than 300 mile range by utilizing a flat battery storage design • Decline of diesel—In 2018, sale of diesel cars will continue to decline, as governments announce stronger air quality control moves including higher tax bands in Europe • Inclusion of driver monitoring systems in level 2 and 3 cars—Driver monitoring will be a key focus area in 2018, with companies incorporating a range of driver monitoring systems into their vehicles Examples of start-ups discussed in the study are: • Volocopter—A flying car company, which recently received funding from Daimler • Argus Cybersecurity—Acquired by Continental in 2017 • Cymotive—A cyber security company set up by Volkswagen and its partners • La'Zooz—A ridesharing app company, which uses crypto currency technology • Car Vertical—A blockchain-based car history registry--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • What were the disruptive trends that influenced the automotive industry in 2017?
  • What are the data monetization-driven business models that will gain prominence in 2018?
  • What is the next stage of evolution for electric vehicles?
  • What are the latest technologies that are poised to accelerate the development of autonomous cars?
  • How has Brexit impacted automotive investments in the United Kingdom?
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Predecessor MD18-01-00-00-00
Author Joe Praveen Vijayakumar
Industries Automotive
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