Global Electric Vehicle Market Outlook, 2016

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This outlook presents the current electric vehicle (EV) market trends and provides an overview of the 2016 landscape. The research covers trends across Europe, North America, China, and selected countries in Asia-Pacific. Additional content focuses on EV sales in 2015 by region and segment, and estimates the market for 2016. It also offers a brief outline of the EV market to 2020. The study further discusses EV charging infrastructure trends across different geographies. Key conclusions and a future outlook of the market conclude the research. The base year for analysis is 2015 and forecasts extend to 2020.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2015 Key Highlights
2015–2016 EV Industry Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues
2016 Top 5 Predictions
EV Sales 2015
Electric Vehicle Growth Analysis by Country 2015
AC Existing Charging Points—Level 1 and Level 2
Existing Charging Infrastructure
Key Conclusions and 2016 Outlook
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Research Aim and Objectives
3. Definitions
Electric Vehicle Segmentation
Neighbourhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs)
Neighbourhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs)
Extended Range Electric Vehicles (eREVs)
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)
4. 2015 Highlights and Major Global Electric Vehicle Trends
2015 Key Highlights
Key Highlights
New-generation vehicle launch
BEVs becoming popular
China evolving as a leader for EVs
Phasing out of incentives
Development of infrastructure
5. Global Electric Vehicle Market Outlook 2016
EV Market—Top 10 Predictions for 2016
A Three-Pronged Push Towards Electric Vehicles
OEM Launch Plans
Scenario Analysis on Electric Vehicle Adoption
EV Sales for 2015
Sales Forecast by Region and Technology
Unit Shipment Forecast by OEM—2015 vs. 2016
Overview of Global Powertrain Market
Electric Vehicle Growth Analysis by Country 2015
Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario Analysis
Range vs. Price
PHEV
BEV
Top 5 Selling Models in 2015
Model Launches and Start-ups in China
Case Study—Faraday Future
Volkswagen Group—Post DieselGate
6. Regional Highlights
Top 5 Models Sold in Europe
The United States
Japan
China
7. Electric Vehicles vs. Fuel Cell Vehicles
Futuristic Approach by Leading OEMs
Fuel Cells and Electric Vehicles
Fuel Cell Vehicles
Hydrogen Infrastructure
8. Electric Vehicle Incentives and Subsidies
Electric Vehicle Incentives
US
Europe
New Energy Policy in China—Highlights
9. Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
EV Charging Infrastructure
North America
Europe
AC Existing Charging Points—Level 1 and Level 2
DC Existing Charging Infrastructure—CHAdeMO
Existing Charging Infrastructure—Europe
Existing DC Charging Infrastructure—CHAdeMO vs. Combo
10. Conclusions and Future Outlook
Key Conclusions and 2016 Outlook
Legal Disclaimer
11. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. EV Market: AC Charging Points in Major States, US, 2015
2. EV Market: AC Charging Points in Major Countries, Europe, 2015
3. Total EV Market: Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, Global, 2015
4. Total EV Market: Classification of PHEVs and EVs, Global, 2014
5. Total EV Market: Key Highlights, Global, 2015
6. Total EV Market: OEM Announcements, Global, 2015
7. Total EV Market: Scenario Analysis of EV Adoption, Global, 2015
8. EV Market: Model Launches, China, 2015
9. Faraday Future Case Study, Global, 2015
10. Comparative Analysis between FCVs and EVs, Global, 2015–2022
11. Fuel Cell Vehicles and Electric Vehicle Charging, Europe, North America, and Japan, 2015
12. EV Market: Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Incentives, US, 2015–2016
13. EV Market: Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Incentives, Europe, 2015–2016
14. Classification of EV Charging Infrastructure, North America, 2014
15. Classification of EV Charging Infrastructure, Europe, 2014
16. EV Market: AC Charging Points in Major States, US, 2015
17. EV Market: Current DC Charging CHAdeMO Deployment, US, 2014–2015
18. EV Market: AC Charging Points in Major Countries, Europe, 2015


1. Total EV Market: Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues, Global, 2015
2. Total EV Market: Sales by Country, Global, 2015
3. Total EV Market: Growth Analysis for Top Countries, Global, 2015
4. Total EV Market: Three-Pronged Push Towards Electric Vehicles, Global, 2015
5. Total EV Market: Sales by Country, Global, 2015
6. Total EV Market: Unit Shipment Forecast by Technology in the Top 5 Regions, Global, 2015 and 2016
7. EV Market: Unit Shipment Forecast by OEM and Region, China, Europe, US, Japan, 2015 and 2016
8. EV Market: Unit Shipment Forecast by Region, South Korea, North America, Japan, Europe, China, 2014–2020
9. Automobile Market: Sales Forecast for ICE, HEV, PHEV, BEV, and FCEV, Global, 2013–2020
10. Total EV Market: Growth Analysis for Top Countries, Global, 2015
11. Total EV Market: Unit Shipment Forecast Scenario Analysis, Global, 2014–2020
12. Total EV Market: Range vs. Price for PHEVs, Global, 2015
13. Total EV Market: Range vs. Price for BEVs, Global, 2015
14. Total EV Market: Top 5 Five Selling Models, Global, 2015
15. Total EV Market: Post-DieselGate Introduction of Electrified Models, Global, 2013–2020
16. EV Market: Highest-Selling Models, Europe, 2015–2016
17. EV Market: Highest-Selling Models, US, 2015–2016
18. EV Market: Highest-Selling Models, Japan, 2015–2016
19. Fuel Cell Vehicles Futuristic Approach by Major OEMs, Global, 2015–2020
20. EV Market: Plug-in Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Incentives, US, 2015–2016
21. EV Market: New Energy Policy, China, 2014



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