Indian Commercial Vehicles Market Trends and Forecasts

Indian Commercial Vehicles Market Trends and Forecasts

Business Model Impact in the Face of Impeding Segmental Shifts and Demand Drivers

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30-Sep-2016
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South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Research Code: P8A2-01-00-00-00
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OEMs need to look beyond traditional vehicle/spare-part sales and services to differentiate their products, offer end-to-end customized solutions in a highly connected environment, combat competition, and use win-win relationships across the value chain. This research service analyzes various business model parameters of a commercial vehicle OEM under 4 broad sections, namely, GLOCAL, Product, Process, and Channel Management. It also assesses how these factors will have to be used effectively in alternate revenue streams despite macro-economic challenges and Mega Trends shaping the Indian Commercial Vehicle market. A case study of the top 5 market participants and their expected business model evolution has also been provided.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Research Scope & Objective

Indian CV Sector—Vehicle Segmentation in PC and GC Segments

Indian CV Sector—Past Trends

Indian CV Sector—Total PC & GC Sales

Indian CV Sector—Total PC Sales

Indian CV Sector—Total GC Sales

Indian CV Sector—M&HCV

Indian CV Sector—M&HCV GC and PC Sales

Indian CV Sector—M&HCV GC Segment Participants

Indian CV Sector—Sales in M&HCV GC Segment

Indian CV Sector—M&HCV: PC Segments Sales

Indian CV Sector—LCV

Indian CV Sector—LCV GC and PC Sales

Indian CV Sector—Sales in LCV GC Segment

Indian CV Sector—Sales in LCV PC Segment

Indian Economy and HCV Sales

Historical HCV Sales

Multi-axle Rigid Truck Segment Evolution

Segment Shift Analysis

Percentage Sales and GVWR Rating

Econometric Parameters—Domestic Sales Forecast

PESTLE—Political Impact Analysis

Major Implications of GST in the HCV Industry

GST Impact

GST’s Impact on Logistics and Transportation

Major Warehousing Hubs will Emerge after GST

PESTLE—Economical Impact Analysis

Urbanization—Growth in Urban Regions by 2025

Smart Cities

Impact of Smart City Development on HCV

PESTLE—Social Impact Analysis

Overloading Practices (MHCV Segment)

Weigh in Motion (WIM) and Impact on Overloading

PESTLE—Technological Impact Analysis

PESTLE—Legal Impact Analysis

PESTLE—Ecological Impact Analysis

Emission Norms Roadmap

Emission Norms

Engine R&D

GDP Forecast Scenarios

Results of Forecast Model—LCV

Results of Forecast Model—MHCV GC

MHCV PC—Trends Shaping The Next 5 Years

Results of Forecast Model—MHCV PC

Commercial Vehicles—Global and Indian Markets

Exports from India

Indian Logistics Sector—Overview

Operating Cost of Economics

Key Purchase Factors and TCO—Expected Evolution

Preference for Cowl and Cabins—2016

Gear Box—Preferences: 2016

Driveline—Engine Power and Pick-up

Driveline—Engine Power and Pick-up (continued)

Spares Preference (OES and Aftermarket Brands)

Automated Manual Transmission (AMT)

CV Fleet Owner and CV Drivers

Key Takeaways—Requirements of CV Fleet Owners

GC Drivers and PC Drivers

Key Takeaways—Requirements of CV Drivers

Top Transformational Shifts Expected to Shape the Future of Logistics

Customer Bases with High-growth Potential

How OEMs will Differentiate their Brands

Futuristic Technology in CV

Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues

Stakeholders in the Indian Logistics Sector

Exports from India

Major Global Participants

Snapshot of International Operations

Tata Motors—Exports from India

Daimler—Exports from India

New Product Introduction—FY2015–16

New Product Introduction—FY2015–16 (continued)

New Product Introduction—FY2015–16 (continued)

New Product Introduction—FY2015–16 (continued)

MAN 49.300 6x4 with AMT

OEM Updates—New Product Development

Tata Motors—Entry into the 400 hp Segment

Ashok Leyland—Entry into the 400HP Segment

Auto Expo 2016—Tata Motors

Auto Expo 2016—VECV

Auto Expo 2016—Mahindra

Auto Expo 2016—Ashok Leyland

PC—Perceived Impact of New Product Launches

Big Data Analytics—Potential Savings for OEMs and Fleets

Big Data in Logistics

Future of Connectivity in Urban Logistics

Revenue Distribution by Stakeholder

Big Data Opportunities for OEMs

Telematics in CVs

FMS/Telematics Unit—Feature Evaluation

Drivers for Advent of FMS/Telematics in India

FMS—Regulation Compliance and Safety Enablers

Case Study—E-brokerage in India

Case Study—E-brokerage in India (continued)

2016 CV Telematics Outlook—Top Six Predictions

Dealership Value Chain and Profit Margin Analysis

Rising Degree of Digitization in Dealership Retailing

Dealership and OEM Convergence Strategy Analysis

Dealer—Customer Interface Process

OEM Authorized Service Scenario by 2020

Captive Leasing and Financing Solutions

Profitability Matrix—Result of the Business Model

Key Implications on Human Factors—2016

Driver Dynamics

Empowering Internal Business Processes

Vehicle Scrappage

Reverse Logistics and Refurbished Parts

Leverage Analytics to Drive Internal Business Decisions

Leverage Analytics for Channel Partner Management

Snapshot of Major CV OEMs

Snapshot of Major CV OEMs (continued)

Snapshot of Major CV OEMs (continued)

Snapshot of Major CV OEMs (continued)

Snapshot of Major CV OEMs (continued)

DICV Product Line-up

DICV Product Line-up (continued)

DICV Goods Carriers—Price Positioning

DICV Product Line-up

DICV Passenger Carriers—Price Positioning

Aftermarket FMS Unit and Factory-fit VHM

DICV—Future Plans and Company Opinions

DICV Telematics—Capabilities Ramp-up

DICV—Vehicle Leasing

DICV—SWOT Analysis

DICV—Expected Business Model Evolution

Historical Domestic and Exports Sales Performance

TML Goods Carriers—Product Line-up

TML Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

TML Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

TML Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

TML Goods Carriers—Price Positioning

TML Passenger Carriers—Product Line-up

TML Passenger Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

TML Passenger Carriers—Price Positioning

Tata FleetMan and SkoolMan

Tata FleetMan and SkoolMan (continued)

Tata FleetMan and SkoolMan (continued)

Tata Motors—Future Plans and Company Opinions

FleetMan and SkoolMan—Capabilities Ramp-up

Ongoing Projects

Pipeline Projects Until 2020

TML—SWOT Analysis

TML—Expected Business Model Evolution

Historical Domestic and Exports Sales Performance

ALL Goods Carriers—Product Line-up

ALL Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

ALL Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

ALL Goods Carriers—Price Positioning

ALL Passenger Carriers—Product Line-up

ALL Passenger Carriers—Price Positioning

ALL Goods Carriers—FMS in Use

Dashboards—OEMs and Fleet Owners

Passenger Carrier—Optional Telematics/FMS

ALL—Future Plans and Company Opinions

i-Alert—Capabilities Ramp-up

Pipeline Projects Until 2020

ALL—SWOT Analysis

ALL—Expected Business Model Evolution

Historical Domestic and Exports Sales Performance

VECV Goods Carriers—Product Line-up

VECV Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

VECV Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

VECV Goods Carriers—Price Positioning

VECV Passenger Carriers—Product Line-up

VECV Passenger Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

VECV Passenger Carriers—Price Positioning

VECV—Merger of Giants

VECV—Projects in the Pipeline

VECV—Upcoming Business Verticals

Eicher Live

Manage Fuel—Dashboard

Manage Uptime—Dashboard

Manage Trip—Dashboard

Infotainment and Advanced Driver Assistance Features

VECV—Future Plans and Company Opinions

Eicher Live—Capabilities Ramp-up

Pipeline Projects 2020

Manufacturing Facilities Ramp-up

Subsidiaries of VECV Catering to Other OEMs

VECV—SWOT Analysis

VECV—Expected Business Model Evolution

Historical Domestic and Exports Sales Performance

Mahindra Goods Carriers—Product Line-up

Mahindra Goods Carriers—Product Line-up (continued)

Mahindra Goods Carriers—Price Positioning

Mahindra Passenger Carriers—Product Line-up

Mahindra Passenger Carriers—Price Positioning

Mahindra Telematics

Mahindra Telematics (continued)

User Dashboard—Mzone4

Mahindra—Future Plans and Company Opinions

Mahindra Telematics—Capabilities Ramp-up

Mahindra—Pipeline Projects 2020

Mahindra—Pipeline Projects 2020 (continued)

Mahindra—SWOT Analysis

Mahindra—Expected Business Model Evolution

Tier-1 Supplier Business Model Evolution

Tier-1 Supplier Business Model Evolution (continued)

Tier-1 Supplier Business Model Evolution (continued)

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Author Sankaralakshmi Sundaram
Industries Automotive
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