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19 Aug 2021  |  Global
Intelligent Mobility Event, Japan, 2021
Intelligent Mobility Summit, 2021: A Glimpse into the Future of Mobility Frost & Sullivan organized the 13th edition of its flagship Intelligent Mobility Summit 2021 on July 14 and 15, 2021. The focus of the two-day virtual summit was “Intelligent Mobility: Innovating to Zero” with the spotlight on the Asia-Pacific region. This year, the Summ...
18 Aug 2021  |  North America
E Segment Vehicles and Pickups will Drive Market Growth in 2030
Dubbed as the next big thing in the automotive industry, adaptive steering solutions failed to live up to the hype generated in the early part of this millennium. Launched in 2003, BMWs adaptive steering solution was touted to be a game changer. Subsequent launches by other OEMs, particularly for rear-wheel steering (RWS) and four-wheel adaptive st...
18 Aug 2021  |  North America
North American Class 1–3 Replacement Tire Pressure Monitoring Sensors Aftermarket, Category Management
Competitive Prices and the Advantage of Higher Vehicle Coverage are Driving the Future Growth Potential for Programmable TPMS Sensors
This report covers the class 1–3 vehicle TPMS aftermarket demand. The overall market has been divided by sensor type into direct-fit, pre-programmed, and programmable sensors. The study discusses unit shipments, revenue, average price, distribution channel share, and major participants for all the TPMS aftermarket sensor types. The base year for ...
17 Aug 2021  |  Asia Pacific
Thailand Accounted for the Highest Automotive Sales in ASEAN in 2020. Chinese OEMs are Focused on Geographic Expansion and Competitive Intensity in the Country
Thailands TIV dropped by 21.4% in 2020 when compared to 2019. Sales is projected to increase by 8.7% (YoY growth rate) in 2021 to 861,000 units. The commercial vehicle (CV) segment continues to dominate with a 56.6% share, and it is projected to reach 57.3% in 2021, driven by government stimulus measures in response to the pandemic. Diesel powertra...
16 Aug 2021  |
North American Medium and Heavy Duty Commercial Vehicles Replacement Filters Aftermarket, Category Management
Customer and Branding Strategies will be Key Differentiating Factors for Filter Suppliers and Open Up Growth Opportunities
Frost & Sullivan's research service on the class 4–8 filters aftermarket in North America forecasts market size till 2027. The base year is 2020, and the study period is 2017 to 2027. The study analyzes key Medium-duty (MD) and Heavy-duty (HD) truck filter replacement trends in the aftermarket. The filters covered in this study are oil, fuel, air...
16 Aug 2021  |  Europe
Quantitative Analysis on the Interest Level in Digital Retail and Aftersales and Impact of Covid-19 on the Customer Journey in Europe and GCC Regions
As more digitally native customers look to purchase a vehicle, industry players are ramping up digital enhancements in the customer journey relating to the purchase of new and used cars or in aftersales services. COVID-19-induced social distancing norms are changing business as usual, acting as an accelerator for more dealerships, OEMs, and traders...
16 Aug 2021  |  Asia Pacific
Technology Strategy of South Korea will Transform it into a Leader with Global Influence
Automotive industry is rapidly evolving in terms of technology as well as tackling environmental issues. Electric vehicles (EVs) have been introduced as a clean energy initiative due to low or zero emissions and have come a long way to become an integral part of OEMs business strategies. Automakers are creating separate EV business units to be prep...
10 Aug 2021  |  Europe
Future Growth Potential Enhanced by Investment in Digital Infrastructure and Flexible Leasing Options
Companies view vehicle leasing as a solution to the growing number of challenges they face in their mobility needs. These include challenges associated with vehicle funding, fleet maintenance, and, more importantly, residual risk handling. Businesses focus on their core products or services and seek to outsource support activities. Mobility is a si...
10 Aug 2021  |  Global
At Least 140 Start-ups that Offer Disruptive Technology Hold Future M&A Potential in the Automotive Ecosystem
The global automotive industry is undergoing a massive shift toward electric vehicles (EVs), and strategic mergers and acquisitions (M&As) will help companies leverage this shift and drive growth. Legacy automakers and component manufacturers are constantly scouting for suitable parties to synergize their capabilities and keep pace with the evolvin...
10 Aug 2021  |  Asia Pacific
Future Growth Potential of Electric Two-wheeler Mopeds and Motorcycles
Chinas two-wheeler market is highly mature, comprising domestic production, domestic sales, and import and export activities. China is also a major producer of two-wheelers in the world. In 2020, China produced 113.1 million units of two-wheelers. Of these, exports accounted for the largest proportion, 59.2%; while domestic sales accounted for 40.8...