Our mobility team comprises over 200 analysts and consultants working across 30+ countries, offering end-to-end capabilities that span core industry expertise, cross-industry convergence, and mega trends knowledge. Our integrated value proposition combines continuous global market intelligence, thought leadership, and bespoke advisory services. A global network of relationships with key industry players helps us provide actionable insights into the most extensive range of automotive technologies, modules, systems, components, and platforms. Our value-enhancing research and analysis empowers our clients to convert disruption into multiple, high-value growth and innovation opportunities
The mobility industry is in the midst of massive disruption as it accelerates towards a future that is connected, autonomous, shared, and electric. To understand the unprecedented opportunities arising from this transition, Frost & Sullivan’s mobility practice provides high quality research across 12 key program areas.
Our 12 key research pillars, offering a complete 360 analysis of the automotive & transportation Market Intelligence
The Key to a Sustainable Source of Fuel for Transport
Region : AfricaThe South African electric vehicle (EV) market is still in its infancy, but is expected to grow at a slow but steady pace over the next five years. South Africa’s automotive sector is currently ranked 23rd in terms of manufacturing and is a key player in the international automotive value chain. The EV market is currently restrained due to a vari...
Product Offerings are Constantly Evolving to Cater to the Growing Operational Leasing Market in South Africa
Region : AfricaThe South African leasing market is constantly evolving as leasing companies and OEMs continue to develop products to meet the ever-changing needs of their customers. Significant growth within the operational leasing market in South Africa is expected as consumers become increasingly aware of the benefits of leasing. The market will be marked by in...
Despite the Economic Slowdown, the Leasing Industry Witnessed a Stable Growth Rate of 10.0% In 2016
Region : AfricaVehicle leasing is seen as a solution to the growing problems faced by companies for their mobility needs, including vehicle funding, fleet maintenance and, more importantly, residual risk handling. Businesses in the present market conditions are focused on their core products/services and would like to outsource all other support activities. Mobil...USD 1,500.00Read More
Country to Emerge as a Regional Hotspot Owing to Its Comparatively High Logistics Performance and the Long-term Economic Growth Potential
Region : AfricaGlobal financial crisis, weak domestic demand, and other related factors have affected South Africa’s GDP growth during past 3 years, continuing onto 2016. The GDP of South Africa accounted for 0.42% of world GDP in 2016. The economy is expected to grow at a rate slower than the population growth rate in 2017 and 2018, implying a lower standard o...USD 4,950.00Read More
Trade Cooperation, Infrastructure Upgrades, and Digitalization Will Open Growth Opportunities in Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, and South Africa
Region : AfricaDue to economic and political uncertainties, African economies such as South Africa and Nigeria are expected to witness slow growth in 2017. On the contrary, improving economic conditions in Kenya and Morocco will support moderate growth. Despite differences in terms of economic growth prospects, high priority is placed on the development of transp...
Despite Slowdown, the Market is Expected to Grow at a Robust CAGR of 6.1% until 2025, Driven by Increasing Infrastructure Developments
Region : AfricaThe African commercial vehicles (CV) market, despite the slowdown due to low oil and commodity prices, is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.1%, largely driven by increasing infrastructural developments and rising urbanisation. South Africa is the largest contributor to the CV market in Africa, with 53% share. However, un...USD 4,950.00Read More
Automotive Investment Policy Review for Africa and its Impetus to OEMs
Region : AfricaGame-changing Automotive Policy Developments in Africa Automotive Investment Policy Review for Africa and its Impetus to OEMs As Africa speeds up its efforts to industrialise, the automotive sector has attracted attention from a number of governments on the continent. With over 1 billion inhabitants and a growing consumer base, the potential ups...
Luxury Cars Surge in African Automotive Markets
Region : AfricaAs demand for premium and luxury cars increases in Africa's major automotive markets, understanding the trends, geographies, and factors impacting sales is necessary. This study investigates new luxury car sales in South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria, with an emphasis on which luxury cars and sports utility vehicles (SUV) are selling well; why exotic ...
Kenya and Ethiopia Will Continue to Develop Local Automotive Capacity While Used Car Imports Continue to Grow
Region : AfricaAfrica is the world’s last growth frontier. With the lowest motorisation rate in the world, there is considerable potential for growth in the automotive industry. Most of the cars on Africa's roads are imported. While governments have taken steps to regulate the import of used cars, the practice continues to persist. New and locally produced veh...USD 1,500.00Read More
Market Expected to Grow at 4.7% CAGR to Reach $267 Million by 2022
Region : AfricaThis report covers the Algerian automotive filters aftermarket of the passenger and commercial vehicle segments in terms of volume and value. It provides a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the market including market trends and market metrics. An increase in the number of vehicles in operation (VIO) and improved awareness about maintenance ...USD 4,950.00read more