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
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21 Jan 2014  |  Europe
2011 European Consumers' Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Advanced Driver Assistance and Driving Dynamics Technologies
Consumers' Willingness to Pay for Driver Warning, Assistance, and Information Systems
The primary aim of this study is to evaluate European consumer perceptions, understanding, expectations, motivation, and willingness to pay for driver assistance systems and active safety features. Overall, European vehicle owners continue to rank reliability and safety as the most important features when choosing a new car. More than half of vehic...
20 Jun 2014  |  Europe
Brand Differentiation and Competitive Pressures to Revolutionize the Luxury Vehicle Market by 2020
The aim of this research service is to provide a strategic overview of the global luxury vehicle market. Luxury automotive OEMs must evolve and adapt to emerging Mega Trends of urbanization, demographic and social preference changes, and technology and electric mobility. The study introduces new market segments that have developed to meet changing ...
28 Jun 2013  |  Europe
From an Industry Benchmark in Platform Sharing to the Most Profitable Automotive OEM by 2020
The aim of this research service is to provide a strategic overview of the Volkswagen Group that identifies and interprets the factors that contribute to the success of the organization. The study covers the Volkswagen Groups product portfolio and sales performance and analyzes its key operational strategies with a focus on its corporate structure...
27 Apr 2020  |  Global
Stakeholders to Focus on Resource Optimization, New Growth Segments and Cost Rationalization to Overcome Slowdown
The mushrooming corona virus outbreak in the central Chinese city of Wuhan prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to declare a global health emergency in late January. The corona virus outbreak isn’t just a massive health crisis; it’s an economic one as well. If the pandemic is not contained by a large extent by April, the drop in consum...
30 Aug 2018  |  North America
Vehicle Subscription Targets 10% of New Vehicles Sales by 2025
Frost & 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...
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27 May 2015  |  North America
At Least 46 OEMs with Nearly 84 Models Target 7.4 Million in Sales by 2022
The aim of the research is to identify and understand the growth of subcompact SUVs and what this trend means for the industry on a global scale. This research aims to provide a detailed overview and strategic analysis of subcompact SUV and crossover market participants, models, and customers in different regions/geographies. A direction is provide...
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22 Feb 2013  |  Global
An OEM Expected to Hit 10 Million Sales. Global Vehicles in Operation to Exceed 1 Billion
The study discusses the outlook of the global automotive industry in detail. It illustrates the growth and slowdown of regional markets in 2012 and analyses the expected market performance in 2013. It explores the drivers behind the growth in APAC and the US and the factors contributing to the slowdown in Europe. Additionally, it highlights the key...
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28 Feb 2013  |  North America
Factors that make HKMC the #4 Competitor in the Automotive Industry
Since 2001, HYUNDAI-KIA Motor Company (HKMC) has shown tremendous growth in performance across the global market. Whilst the traditional automakers were showing signs of trouble during the economic crisis of 2008, HKMC has shown an incredible growth trend not only with the HYUNDAI brand, but also the KIA brand. The main drivers behind the success o...
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24 Apr 2020  |  North America
Affordable Small Cars from Asian Brands will Dominate
The study provides a comprehensive analysis of OEMs in the automotive markets of a few Caribbean and Central American markets: Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, and Jamaica. It considers how markets have evolved and provides a snapshot of the current landscape and its impact on OEMs' business growth. The top participants in each market ar...
16 Jul 2019  |  North America
Customer-centric Metrics at the Forefront of Performance Assessment as Companies Embrace Digitization and Expand into New Monetization Avenues
The automotive industry as we now know it is undergoing a distinct, irreversible shift. Nothing is the same it was five years ago. Companies continue investing in new technologies that will enhance their customer-facing applications and their internal efficiencies. However, when it comes to measuring their performance as an organization or to asse...