Business Strategy and Innovation
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.
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22 Apr 2019  |  Latin America
Customer-centric Automotive Retail Strategies and Innovations Along the Customer Journey in Brazil, 2018–2023
Omnichannel Presence, with a Profitable Mix of New Retail Formats, which Leverages Digital Solutions is Expected to be Central to a Successful Customer Retail Strategy
The automotive retail market in Brazil is at the helm of change and is currently being disrupted by a number of transformative shifts, such as newer dealership formats (pop-up stores, experience outlets, online vehicle commerce, virtual live stores), and omnichannel (online-to-offline customer journeys, digital technologies, newer vehicle financin...
27 Mar 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Driven by Growing Domestic Consumption and Private Investments, TIV in Big 3 ASEAN Markets Expected to Cross 2.9 Million Units in 2019
This research service discusses in detail the Automotive Outlook in ASEAN during 2018 and presents the expected trends for 2019. The study provides an analysis of the automotive outlook in the region with a focus on the three key markets in ASEAN—Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. It also touches upon the trends in other ASEAN countries with smal...
25 Mar 2019  |  North America
Connected, Shared, Electric and Autonomous Technologies to Dominate Industry Innovation in 2019
The automotive industry has evolved significantly over the past decade. Digital technology, change in customer sentiment and economic health have played a vital role in this evolution. OEMs and other key industry players are taking note of this evolution and investing heavily in non-commercial business practices of manufacturing vehicles. Alternati...
11 Feb 2019  |  North America
‘Buy America’ Standards to Boost Domestic Sourcing
This research service is aimed at providing valuable content for bus manufacturers and distributors by analyzing various bus segments and dealership models in the US market. Manufacturing and doing bus business in the United States has been made challenging with various policies defined by the federal government. Additionally, the US Department of ...
10 Jan 2019  |  North America
Sedans to Emerge as Most Popular Bodystyle in Premium Electric Vehicle Segment by 2021
This research service provides an overview of the future of sedans and discusses how the decline in sales within the segment is expected to change in the future. The sedan segment has been a popular choice among consumers in North America with 77 models being sold as of 2015. This number has since dropped to 75—despite growth in the number of m...
09 Jan 2019  |  North America
The Market for Shared Driverless Shuttle Buses and Technology to be Worth $10.40 Billion by 2031
The rapid rate of urbanization in many parts of the world has heavily stressed their urban transport system. Many areas are underserved by transit systems due to the lack of first and last mile connectivity, inaccurate scheduling, low availability of cabs, expensive ride services, and traffic congestion. Alternative modes of transportation, that of...
31 Dec 2018  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
With An Expected Growth Rate of 7.2%, The Industry is Ripe for New Opportunities, Backed by a New Automotive Policy and Political Stability
The economies in developed countries have either stabilized or declined over the past few years. As a result, automotive companies are struggling to grow their sales in these markets. End-customers are either continuing to use their existing vehicles or are looking at alternative modes of transport. To sustain growth, automotive OEMs are continuous...
27 Dec 2018  |  North America
Regional VIO parc is Expected to Increase from ~102.9 to ~122.5 Million Units, with Sales Reaching ~7.2 Million Units in 2023
The Latin American (LATAM) passenger vehicle market has witnessed a major downturn in recent years (2014-2016), given generalized fall in GDP growth rates across key industries and major national economies, devaluation of local currencies against the US Dollar, drop in primary commodity prices, rising inflation rates, and loss of purchasing power p...
27 Dec 2018  |  Asia Pacific
ADAS Sales to Achieve 69.4 Million Units by 2025 in China
In 2017, the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) market for passenger cars recorded 15.5 million in unit sales. The market is expected to experience rapid growth at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.6% during 2017–2025. Sales volumes are likely to increase to 69.4 million units in 2025. As an emerging market, the ADAS market for pa...
26 Dec 2018  |  North America
Passenger Rail Connectivity Market is Expected to be Valued at $9.77 Billion from the Period 2017 to 2025
With a strong resurgence in traffic volumes and shifting customer demands, the global railroads are finding themselves in the midst of change. Rail is becoming the favoured choice as cities seek the most economical and fuel-efficient modes of travel. Western Europe is the largest market followed by North America and Eastern Europe in the passenge...