Future of Sedans in North America, 2018

Future of Sedans in North America, 2018

Sedans to Emerge as Most Popular Bodystyle in Premium Electric Vehicle Segment by 2021

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10-Jan-2019
REGION
North America
Research Code: K32C-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU01776-NA-MR_22781

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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 models in the premium segment—due to the phase-out of models in mass market segments. This is directly linked to the decline in oil prices over the years, which has sharply increased the sales of crossovers, SUVs and pickup trucks.

This research service categorizes sedans into 4 major categories based on their size, namely:
• Sub-compact Sedans: Vehicles with length lesser than 4300 mm, including vehicles such as Audi A3 and Nissan Versa
• Compact Sedan: Vehicles with length greater than 4300 mm and lesser than 4500 mm, including vehicles such as Honda Civic and Toyota
Corolla
• Mid-size Sedan: Vehicles with length greater than 4500 mm and lesser than 5000 mm, including vehicles such as Toyota Camry and BMW 5
Series
• Full-size Sedans: Vehicles with length lesser than 4300 mm, including vehicles such as Dodge Charger and Chevrolet Impala

Despite crossover popularity, some sedans have managed to secure better sales in 2017, than they had in previous years. Automakers have continued to show interest in the segment, introducing new models and variants. A key area that most OEMs have focused on is the premium sedan segment.

The research also discusses the potential future of sedans and where these models are expected to be popular, accounting for the rise in fuel prices and the shift to electrification. The research highlights how OEMs have moved from the sedans phased out between the years 2015 and 2017 and what models have replaced these vehicles in production facilities. The study also lists future models expected to be launched in the sedan segment and what categories they are to be introduced in.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Highlights

Executive Summary—North American Market: Vehicle Sales

Executive Summary—Best Performing Segments for OEMs

Executive Summary—Sedans Segment Performance

Executive Summary—Top 25 Vehicle Models in North America

Executive Summary—Model Phase Out in Sedan Segment

Executive Summary—Current and Future Outlook

Research Scope

Aim and Objectives

Vehicle Segment Definitions

North American Market—Vehicle Sales

Vehicle Sales—Hatchbacks and Sedans

Vehicle Sales—SUVs, Crossovers and Pickup Trucks

Vehicle Sales—MPVs and Vans

Best Performing Bodystyles for OEMs

Future of Vehicle Bodystyles

Sedans––Categories

Sedans––Model Segmentation

Sedans—Segment Performance

Top 25 Vehicle Models in North America

Top 10 Sedans in North America

Sedans and Crossovers Performance—Mass Market OEMs

Sedans and Crossovers––Premium OEMs

Sedans—Future Design Philosophy in Future

Potential Future Opportunity for Sedans

OEM Strategy for Sedans

Compact and Premium Sedans—Popular Segment for the Future

Model Phase Out in Sedan Segment

Upcoming Sedans

Future of Sedans—Performance Vehicles

Electrification—Bodystyle and Required Battery Size

Future of Sedans—Electrification

Future of Sedans—Premium Electric Vehicles

Growth Opportunity for Sedans.

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions and Implications

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Figures
  • 1. Future of Sedans: Top 25 Models, North America, 2016–2017
  • 2. Future of Sedans: Model Phase Out, North America, 2017
  • 3. Future of Sedans: Current and Future Outlook, North America, 2017 and 2025
  • 4. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Segment Definitions, Global, 2017
  • 5. Future of Sedans: Best Selling Bodystyles, North America, 2017
  • 6. Future of Sedans: Top 25 Models, North America, 2016–2017
  • 7. Future of Sedans: Top 10 Sedans, North America, 2016–2017
  • 8. Future of Sedans: Mass Market Sedans vs. Crossovers, North America, 2016–2017
  • 9. Future of Sedans: Premium Sedans vs. Crossovers, North America, 2016–2017
  • 10. Future of Sedans: Compact Sedan Sales, North America, 2016–2017
  • 11. Future of Sedans: Premium Sedan Sales, North America, 2016–2017
  • 12. Future of Sedans: Model Phase Out, North America, 2017
  • 13. Future of Sedans: Upcoming Sedans, North America, 2018–2021
  • 14. Future of Sedans: Bodystyle and Required Battery Size, North America, 2017
List of Charts
  • 1. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Sales by Segment, North America, 2015–2018
  • 2. Future of Sedans: Sedan Segment Vehicle Sales Performance, North America, 2015–2017
  • 3. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Sales by Segment, North America, 2015–2018
  • 4. Future of Sedans: Hatchback and Sedans Sales, US, 2015–2017
  • 5. Future of Sedans: Hatchback and Sedans Sales, Canada, 2015–2017
  • 6. Future of Sedans: SUVs/Crossovers & Trucks Sales, US, 2015–2017
  • 7. Future of Sedans: SUVs/Crossovers & Trucks Sales, Canada, 2015–2017
  • 8. Future of Sedans: MPVs and Vans Sales, US, 2015–2017
  • 9. Future of Sedans: MPVs and Vans Sales, Canada, 2015–2017
  • 10. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Sales, North America, 2017 and 2018*
  • 11. Future of Sedans: Categories, North America, 2017
  • 12. Future of Sedans: Model Count by Segment, North America, 2015, 2018 and 2021
  • 13. Future of Sedans: Sedan Segment Vehicle Sales Performance, North America, 2015–2017
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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 models in the premium segment—due to the phase-out of models in mass market segments. This is directly linked to the decline in oil prices over the years, which has sharply increased the sales of crossovers, SUVs and pickup trucks. This research service categorizes sedans into 4 major categories based on their size, namely: • Sub-compact Sedans: Vehicles with length lesser than 4300 mm, including vehicles such as Audi A3 and Nissan Versa • Compact Sedan: Vehicles with length greater than 4300 mm and lesser than 4500 mm, including vehicles such as Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla • Mid-size Sedan: Vehicles with length greater than 4500 mm and lesser than 5000 mm, including vehicles such as Toyota Camry and BMW 5 Series • Full-size Sedans: Vehicles with length lesser than 4300 mm, including vehicles such as Dodge Charger and Chevrolet Impala Despite crossover popularity, some sedans have managed to secure better sales in 2017, than they had in previous years. Automakers have continued to show interest in the segment, introducing new models and variants. A key area that most OEMs have focused on is the premium sedan segment. The research also discusses the potential future of sedans and where these models are expected to be popular, accounting for the rise in fuel prices and the shift to electrification. The research highlights how OEMs have moved from the sedans phased out between the years 2015 and 2017 and what models have replaced these vehicles in production facilities. The study also lists future models expected to be launched in the sedan segment and what categories they are to be introduced in.
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Executive Summary—Key Highlights~ || Executive Summary—North American Market: Vehicle Sales~ || Executive Summary—Best Performing Segments for OEMs~ || Executive Summary—Sedans Segment Performance~ || Executive Summary—Top 25 Vehicle Models in North America~ || Executive Summary—Model Phase Out in Sedan Segment~ || Executive Summary—Current and Future Outlook~ | Research Scope, Aim and Objectives~ || Research Scope~ || Aim and Objectives~ || Vehicle Segment Definitions~ | North American Sales Performance—Bodystyles~ || North American Market—Vehicle Sales~ || Vehicle Sales—Hatchbacks and Sedans~ || Vehicle Sales—SUVs, Crossovers and Pickup Trucks~ || Vehicle Sales—MPVs and Vans~ || Best Performing Bodystyles for OEMs~ || Future of Vehicle Bodystyles~ | Sedan Performance by Segment~ || Sedans––Categories~ || Sedans––Model Segmentation~ || Sedans—Segment Performance~ || Top 25 Vehicle Models in North America~ || Top 10 Sedans in North America~ || Sedans and Crossovers Performance—Mass Market OEMs~ || Sedans and Crossovers––Premium OEMs~ || Sedans—Future Design Philosophy in Future~ | Future of Sedans~ || Potential Future Opportunity for Sedans~ || OEM Strategy for Sedans~ || Compact and Premium Sedans—Popular Segment for the Future~ || Model Phase Out in Sedan Segment~ || Upcoming Sedans~ || Future of Sedans—Performance Vehicles~ || Electrification—Bodystyle and Required Battery Size~ || Future of Sedans—Electrification~ || Future of Sedans—Premium Electric Vehicles~ | Growth Opportunities and Strategic Imperatives~ || Growth Opportunity for Sedans.~ || Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth~ | Conclusions~ || Key Conclusions and Implications~ || The Last Word—3 Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || List of Exhibits~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Future of Sedans: Top 25 Models, North America, 2016–2017~ 2. Future of Sedans: Model Phase Out, North America, 2017~ 3. Future of Sedans: Current and Future Outlook, North America, 2017 and 2025~ 4. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Segment Definitions, Global, 2017~ 5. Future of Sedans: Best Selling Bodystyles, North America, 2017~ 6. Future of Sedans: Top 25 Models, North America, 2016–2017~ 7. Future of Sedans: Top 10 Sedans, North America, 2016–2017~ 8. Future of Sedans: Mass Market Sedans vs. Crossovers, North America, 2016–2017~ 9. Future of Sedans: Premium Sedans vs. Crossovers, North America, 2016–2017~ 10. Future of Sedans: Compact Sedan Sales, North America, 2016–2017~ 11. Future of Sedans: Premium Sedan Sales, North America, 2016–2017~ 12. Future of Sedans: Model Phase Out, North America, 2017~ 13. Future of Sedans: Upcoming Sedans, North America, 2018–2021~ 14. Future of Sedans: Bodystyle and Required Battery Size, North America, 2017~| 1. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Sales by Segment, North America, 2015–2018~ 2. Future of Sedans: Sedan Segment Vehicle Sales Performance, North America, 2015–2017~ 3. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Sales by Segment, North America, 2015–2018~ 4. Future of Sedans: Hatchback and Sedans Sales, US, 2015–2017~ 5. Future of Sedans: Hatchback and Sedans Sales, Canada, 2015–2017~ 6. Future of Sedans: SUVs/Crossovers & Trucks Sales, US, 2015–2017~ 7. Future of Sedans: SUVs/Crossovers & Trucks Sales, Canada, 2015–2017~ 8. Future of Sedans: MPVs and Vans Sales, US, 2015–2017~ 9. Future of Sedans: MPVs and Vans Sales, Canada, 2015–2017~ 10. Future of Sedans: Vehicle Sales, North America, 2017 and 2018*~ 11. Future of Sedans: Categories, North America, 2017~ 12. Future of Sedans: Model Count by Segment, North America, 2015, 2018 and 2021~ 13. Future of Sedans: Sedan Segment Vehicle Sales Performance, North America, 2015–2017~
Author Venkata Balakrishnan
Industries Automotive
WIP Number K32C-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9800-A6,9813-A6,9AF6-A6