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.
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
31 Mar 2022  |  Latin America
Geopolitical Chaos due to the COVID-19 Pandemic Directly Impacted Light Vehicle (LV) Sales
In 2020, there was a 26.8% drop in total LATAM passenger vehicle sales, equivalent to a reduction of 1.5 million units. The Brazilian market was responsible for the largest drop in units, reaching 710,000 units less than 2019, followed by Mexico’s 368,000 unit drop. The automakers had different strategies for this period, from closing plants to d...
10 Feb 2022  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Exploring Last-mile Services During and Post-COVID-19 Pandemic Enables the E3W Cargo Segment Growth
India recorded a significant dip in E3W sales in FY 2021 compared to FY 2020 due to the pandemic, which affected vehicle sales worldwide. However, the country registered growth in the E3W cargo segment in FY 2021 over FY 2020 because the pandemic created a demand for last-mile services and the e-commerce segment. Home-based charging, semi-public...
08 Feb 2022  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Future Growth Potential Enhanced by Innovative Business Models, Government Incentives, and Investment in Last-mile Logistics
The research study provides a detailed overview of India’s electric two-wheeler (E2W) industry, covering current and upcoming market trends, relevant government regulations, charging infrastructure, key OEM profiles and their growth strategies, and a snapshot of product sales. It provides industry annual sales projections to 2026 based on forecas...
02 Feb 2022  |  Asia Pacific
Competitive Intensity Accelerates GrabFood’s, Foodpanda’s, and GoFood’s Bid at Market Concentration
This study assesses on-demand food delivery in Southeast Asia, with a focus on the platform-to-consumer segment. The key countries discussed are Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. On-demand food delivery is a door-to-door and online-to-offline service. Service operators integrate the value chains of catering ...
31 Jan 2022  |  Europe
Transformational Growth of Electric Two-wheelers Will Drive the Expansion of the Aftermarket and the Development of Safety Technologies and Charging Infrastructure
The study assesses the two-wheeler (2W) market in Germany, comprising both internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and electric 2Ws (e2Ws). The study's objective is to examine factors transforming the 2W space and how Germany, as a market, is transitioning towards electric solutions. It incorporates an in-depth country analysis, looking at macro ...
14 Dec 2021  |  Global
Automakers Adopt Sustainable Materials, Recycling, Remanufacturing, and Product Life Extension Strategies in Race to Meet National Decarbonization Goals and Create Green Supply Chains
Traditional manufacturing centers on the process of generating new resources for production whereas a circular economy model aims to minimize the use of virgin materials in the manufacturing process, making the value chain sustainable. The focus is on reclaiming, reusing, and remanufacturing components and materials from end-of-life (EOL) products....
13 Dec 2021  |  North America
OEMs will Partner with Suppliers and Technology Companies to Drive Open Innovation and Run Real-world Experiments on Future Mobili
A mobility living lab is a test bed and key tool for open innovation in the connected, automated, shared, and electric (CASE) mobility domain. Living labs enable collaboration between regional governmental authorities, research institutions, and OEMs to develop technologies in a real-life environment best suited for specific local mobility landscap...
12 Nov 2021  |  Europe
Future Growth Potential in Government Support of Start-ups and Strategic Creation of Equitable Electric 2W Charging Infrastructure
This study assesses the overall two-wheeler (2W) market in the United Kingdom, comprising both internal combustion engine (ICE) and electric motorcycles. The objective of this study is to look at factors that are transforming the 2W space and how the UK market is positioning itself to transition toward electric solutions. The study moves from a ...
29 Sep 2021  |  Global
New Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electric (CASE) Mobility Models Will Lead to Transformational Growth
This report identifies the new scenarios that are impacting the automotive insurance industry and the evolving and new business models in this space. The study identifies and analyzes the trends and the shifts in the industry, focusing particularly on 4 areas—connected, autonomous, shared, and electric. The automotive insurance industry has wi...
06 Sep 2021  |  Latin America
Select Caribbean and Central American Automotive OEM, Dealership, Aftermarket Strategy, Growth Opportunities
Price Competitiveness and Focus on Aftermarket to Drive Future Growth Potential for Dealers
This research service analyzes the performance of light vehicle automotive segment and dealership activities based on the prevailing conditions in select Central American and Caribbean markets, such as Puerto Rico, Panama, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and El Salvador. This research service considers how markets have evolved ...