Growth Opportunities: Future Trends in the Automotive Industry in 2035

Growth Opportunities: Future Trends in the Automotive Industry in 2035

Existing and Emerging Technologies, Trends, and Use Cases

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22-Dec-2023
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Research Code: K9BC-01-00-00-00
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As governments around the world try to reduce carbon emissions by an unprecedent amount with electric vehicles as a focus of incentives, the reality is that millions fossil fuel-powered cars will remain on the road for decades to come. With this in mind, automotive and energy companies are considering whether an investment in electrofuel production (fuels catalyzed using renewable energy) would be a profitable way to reduce emissions. Fuels of this type, commonly known as eFuels, could be available to consumers at existing gas stations using already available fueling infrastructure. Still, economic headwinds appear to be developing that could restrict companies’ ability to invest in new technologies and consumers’ ability to purchase them. Hydrogen-powered vehicles and eFuels are still relatively new, which could put them at a disadvantage in gaining efficiency at scale. Porsche is one of the automakers taking the lead on introducing electric versions of its production models, projecting that in the next decade more than 80% of its sales will be EVs, and at the same time investing in eFuel production for higher-performance models.

This study explores developments in the industry, considers drivers and restraints, and presents growth opportunities for stakeholders.

Author: Abigail Collins

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Automotive Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Scope and Definitions/Acronyms

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

The H2 Rainbow

H2: Global Glance

US FCEV Sales and Infrastructure: Current and Projections

US H2 Strategy

Technology to Address Barriers to FCEV Adoption

AI Throughout the Auto Value Chain

Innovative AI Use Cases: R&D and Raw Material Procurement

Innovative AI Use Case: Manufacturing

Innovative AI Use Cases: Sales and Aftermarket

Innovative AI Use Case: Business Operations

EV Tires

Sustainable Tire Construction

Future Technology in Tires

eFuels Overview & Timelines

eFuels Technical Overview

Profile: Porsche

Future of eFuels

Future of eFuels (continued)

The EV Pricing Market: A 2023 Global Outlook

A 2023 Case: The Price War Between EV OEMs

Why id the Take Place?

Future of EV Pricing: A Global Outlook in 2035

Circular Economy: A Global Outlook

Case Studies: OEMS Adopting a Circular Economy

A Roadmap to 2035: Circular Sustainability

Growth Opportunity 1: Fuel Alternatives

Growth Opportunity 1: Fuel Alternatives (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Increased Sustainability

Growth Opportunity 2: Increased Sustainability (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Smarter/Predictive Tech

Growth Opportunity 3: Smarter/Predictive Tech (continued)

List of Exhibits

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As governments around the world try to reduce carbon emissions by an unprecedent amount with electric vehicles as a focus of incentives, the reality is that millions fossil fuel-powered cars will remain on the road for decades to come. With this in mind, automotive and energy companies are considering whether an investment in electrofuel production (fuels catalyzed using renewable energy) would be a profitable way to reduce emissions. Fuels of this type, commonly known as eFuels, could be available to consumers at existing gas stations using already available fueling infrastructure. Still, economic headwinds appear to be developing that could restrict companies ability to invest in new technologies and consumers ability to purchase them. Hydrogen-powered vehicles and eFuels are still relatively new, which could put them at a disadvantage in gaining efficiency at scale. Porsche is one of the automakers taking the lead on introducing electric versions of its production models, projecting that in the next decade more than 80% of its sales will be EVs, and at the same time investing in eFuel production for higher-performance models. This study explores developments in the industry, considers drivers and restraints, and presents growth opportunities for stakeholders. Author: Abigail Collins
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Deliverable Type Market Research
Author Abigail Collins
Industries Automotive
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Automotive Industry Analysis
Keyword 2 Automotive Innovations
Keyword 3 Future Trends in Automotive
Podcast No
WIP Number K9BC-01-00-00-00