The foundations of the automotive industry are being shaken as traditional ideas are being re-evaluated. Mainstream automotive companies are being forced to innovate in order to stay relevant through out-of-the-box thinking and thorough market analysis. New companies and solutions are being born, smaller markets are growing and established markets are restructuring to adapt to new strategies.
Frost & Sullivan's Business Strategy and Innovation Program applies expert and critical intelligence to the following four main areas:
- Innovative and visionary industry trends and strategies
- Disruptive technologies and engineering advancements
- Emerging business models and their development strategies
- Cross industry convergence and future implications
Digital Allied Services to become a Margin Booster for OEMs by 2025 as the Digital Ecosystem Evolves
Region : Latin AmericaApart from providing a host of key market innovator profiles, this research highlights the opportunities that can be mined with the application of digital transactions in the automotive industry. The study showcases the potential areas for automakers and suppliers for investment and for technology companies to focus on to maximize their revenue pot...
UK Manufacturers Could Lose Up to £800 Million If Approval Framework Doesn’t Suit UK Terms
Region : EuropeThe Brexit vote on 23 June 2016 is considered by many to beginning of UKs slowdown in the world economy. By what is considered to be the UK ‘shooting itself in the foot’, the UK has to construct an exit plan that will enable it to leave the European Union without causing further damage to its economy. This study talks about what the potential...
By Launching 12 New EV Models, the Alliance is Set to be the First to Cross the One-million-a-year Sales Mark by 2022
Region : GlobalIn 2017, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance sold an estimated 10.6 million passenger vehicles and light commercial vehicles (LCVs), making it the best-selling automotive group in the world. Such an achievement stems from the Alliance’s commitment to driving maximum synergies, while enabling individual brands to retain their distinct identi...
Vehicle Subscription Targets 10% of New Vehicles Sales by 2025
Region : North AmericaFrost & Sullivan defines vehicle subscription as a shared mobility service where a customer can get access to temporary vehicle ownership - usually by the month. In other words, it can be described as micro leasing a vehicle for a shorter period. It is also sometimes referred as temporary ownership via renting a new car or leasing a used car. Vehic...USD 7,500.00Read More
Reliability, Safety, and Durability remain Key Parameters for both Male and Female New Vehicle Buyers
Region : EuropeOriginal equipment manufacturers (OEMs) always strive to provide customers with the features they seek in a new car. However, this becomes complicated when female and male buyers have different vehicle choices. By conducting a survey on customer preferences for new vehicles, OEMs can design vehicles in accordance with certain key customer considera...
Brazil’s ROTA 2030 Plan, Macro-economic Landscape, and Technology Roadmap to Impact Vehicle Pricing by 2023
Region : Latin AmericaThe Brazilian automotive market has been declining since its historic high in 2012–2013. However, the forecast for 2017–2018 is one of market stability, followed by growth from 2019 onwards. In addition, the market has also experienced macro-economic volatility which has further impacted this decline. Along the same time frame, regulation-drive...
With 8 New Launches, SUVs and Trucks Were the Most Popular Segments at the NAIAS 2018
Region : North AmericaThis research highlights the new vehicle announcements and launches that were part of the North American International Auto Show in 2018. Being among the first few shows in the year, the NAIAS showcased vehicles that will play a key role in the American market over the year. With nearly 50% of the product launches coming from the SUVs, crossovers, ...USD 3,000.00Read More
6 OEMs Target Nearly $275 Billion Investments Globally by 2022, Including 26% Share in North American Manufacturing Facilities
Region : North AmericaThe need to optimize manufacturing investments, better utilization of production facilities, and improving production plant performance are becoming paramount, as they enable manufacturers to start delivering high volumes of vehicles with a variety of models that are preferred in the market and they will also open the door to lucrative revenue stre...
Average Vehicle Weight is Expected to Reduce by 20-25%, with Body-In-White (BIW) Expected to Lose Over 140kg by 2025, Due to Increased Adoption of HS Steel and Aluminium
Region : GlobalThe carbon emissions target for North America and Europe is to achieve below 100 g/km (97 in North America by 2025 and 95 in Europe by 2021). Advances in powertrain technology are expected to significantly reduce CO2 emissions, but alternate methods must be employed in order to assist a fuel-efficient powertrain. Lightweighting strategy is expected...
Around $40 Billion was Spent on R&D by 5 Global Automotive OEMs in 2016
Region : GlobalAutomotive manufacturers are currently focusing on building fully connected and completely autonomous vehicles, as drivers expect next-generation digital technologies in their cars. As autonomous and connected technologies go hand-in-hand in building efficient self-driving cars, connected car technologies will create a drift in the automotive ecosy...