Iranian Automotive Market, Forecast to 2022

Sales Volume of Passenger Vehicles, Commercial Vehicles, and Buses and Minibuses to Reach 2.61 Million Units by 2022

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The Iranian passenger vehicles (PV) market is projected to grow, recording a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.6% during 2016–2022 with the potential lifting of sanctions and the entry of foreign original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and suppliers. By 2022, the B segment, with a 46% market share, will be most preferred segment cannibalising on the D segment for its value-added features. The B and D segments are dominated predominantly by Iranian OEMs and locally built cars, whilst the premium segments include foreign participants. The Iranian government has introduced strong initiatives to cut emissions and modernise the car parc, which provides strong opportunities for local production. Iran dispose

Research Scope

This research report includes following segments:

  • Passenger Cars
  • Light duty truck (LDT)
  • Medium duty truck (MDT)
  • Heavy duty truck (HDT)
  • Bus

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Key Issues Addressed

  • What is the condition of the domestic automotive market in Iran? How automotive market is expected to evolve over time? 
  • What is the economic and political situation in Iran and what are the social and technology trends affecting the country and the automotive industry?
  • What is the business environment and what kind of investment opportunities does the country have to offer to a potential investor?
  • What is the condition of the  road and fuel infrastructure network in Iran? 
  • What are the key policies, taxation regulations and economic incentives in the automotive industry?



Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key TakeawaysExecutive Summary—Automotive Sector in Iran: A SnapshotExecutive Summary—Passenger Vehicles Market Breakdown by OEMsExecutive Summary—Automobile Market: Areas of GrowthExecutive Summary—Findings and Future Outlook Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesVehicle Scope and Definitions in Iran Key Questions this Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch MethodologyKey Country FactsIran—Mega TrendsIran—Key Macroeconomic FiguresIran—Demographic TrendsIran—Political and Historical BackgroundIran—Geographical ViewIran—Road NetworkIran—Fuel InfrastructureInvestment Climate—R&D IncentivesInvestment Climate—Cost of Doing BusinessFree Trade ZonesInvestment Climate—Trade PoliciesTechnology AgreementsAutomotive Market—Policies in the Country Automotive Market—Policies in the Country (continued)Automotive Industry Hourly WagesPassenger Vehicles—Taxation Structure Used Vehicle—Trade RegulationsPassenger Vehicles—Market Special ConditionsAutomotive Sector—Basic IndicatorsPassenger Vehicles (PV)—ParcPassenger Vehicles—Market Trends Commercial Vehicles (CV)—ParcCommercial Vehicles + Buses and Minibuses—Market Trends Market StructurePassenger Vehicles—SegmentationPassenger Vehicles—Key ModelsPassenger Vehicles—Customer Needs Commercial Vehicles + Buses and Minibuses—Key ModelsCommercial Vehicles + Buses and Minibuses—Customer NeedsIran Auto Components Production MapPassenger Vehicles—Unit Shipment ForecastPassenger Vehicles—Unit Shipment Breakdown by OEMsPassenger Vehicles—Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle SegmentPassenger Vehicles—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by PowertrainPassenger Vehicles—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast TransmissionPassenger Vehicles—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast Fleet Ownership StructureCommercial Vehicles—Unit Shipment ForecastCommercial Vehicles—Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle SegmentCommercial Vehicles—Percent Unit Shipment Breakdown by Vehicle Segment and PowertrainCommercial Vehicles—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by WheelbaseCommercial Vehicles—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by Intended UseBuses and Minibuses—Unit Shipment ForecastBuses and Minibuses—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by Vehicle SegmentBuses and Minibuses—Percent Unit Shipment by PowertrainBuses and Minibuses—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by TonnageBuses and Minibuses—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by WheelbaseBuses and Minibuses—Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by Intended UseCV + Buses and Minibuses—Sales ChannelsCommercial Vehicles + Buses and Minibuses—Fleet Sales AnalysisCommercial Vehicles + Buses and Minibuses—Sales NetworkCommercial Vehicles + Buses and Minibuses—Vehicle Body ProducersPricingPassenger Vehicles—Top-selling ModelsPassenger Vehicles—Financial SolutionsAverage Prices—Commercial Vehicles + Bus + MinibusCommercial Vehicles + Buses and Minibuses—Financial SolutionsSpecial Focus—Passenger Vehicles: Sales and Aftersales Services MarketPassenger Vehicles—SAIPA: Business Model Passenger Vehicles—Distribution Channel Structure Passenger Vehicles—OEM and Aftermarket Distribution NetworkAftermarket Distribution StructureCompetitor AnalysisOEM Competitive AnalysisIKCO-DieselSAIPA DieselGrowth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity—Growing Segment and Alternative TechnologyStrategic Imperatives for Success and GrowthConclusions and Future OutlookKey ConclusionsThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedMarket Engineering MethodologyList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)





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