Latin America New Mobility Business Models, Forecast to 2023

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The mobility market in Latin America is rapidly moving towards offering new mobility business models that are focused on an on-demand, integrated, multi-modal mobility network, driven by changing demographics, preferences, and technologies. Mobility in Latin America, although rapidly changing, still focuses heavily on traditional modes and personal vehicle ownership. However, Latin America has been experiencing disruption over the past 3-5 years. Business models embodying the sharing economy are rapidly growing. These solutions are becoming an additional alternative to everyday mobility. While in some cases this is primarily complementing vehicle ownership, signs of replacing ownership is also selectively being

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key FindingsExecutive Summary—Key Findings (continued)Paradigm Shift from Vehicle Ownership to UsageCompetitive Landscape of New Mobility Models Regional New Mobility SnapshotSnapshot of New Mobility Business Models Snapshot of New Mobility Business Models (continued)Exhibit—Bilhete Unico and Moovit, São PauloTransformation in Mobility Industry Ecosystem—2016Cities-2-Watch Index in Latin AmericaCities-2-Watch Index in Latin America (continued)Integral Mobility Program—Mexico CityThe Emerging Urban Mobility Landscape in Latin AmericaKey Companies to Watch (C2W) in the LATAM Mobility MarketChanging Role of Public Sector in MobilityArgentina New Mobility Business Models PostcardBrazil New Mobility Business Models PostcardChile New Mobility Business Models PostcardMexico New Mobility Business Models PostcardConclusions and 2023 Key ExpectationsResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions this Study will AnswerResearch Background Research MethodologyDefinitions and SegmentationStudy DefinitionsTransformative Trends Impacting the Future of New Mobility Business Models in Latin AmericaResurgence of the ‘Next-generation’ Continent—LATAM in Next 10 YearsTrend 1—Urbanization: Mega Cities and Mega Economies of the FutureTrend 1—Urbanization: City as a Customer Trends 2—Digital FutureConnected Mobility—Exhibit: Sem PararTrend 3—New Business Models is Impacting MobilityThe Sharing Economy is Impacting MobilityVehicle Sharing Business Models—Comparative Market PositioningTrend 4—Mobility for Gen-Y and Gen-ZTrend 5—‘She-conomy’ of LATAM Exhibit—Laudrive, eHailing by Women for WomenTrend 6—As-a-Service Model Evolution in MobilityOEMs in LATAM Shift Focus towards Car-as-a-Service (CaaS)Trend 7—Flexible On-demand Mobility Solution Exhibit—Integrated Connected Bus Mobility: SPTrans, São PauloTrend 8—Luxury Urban Mobility Solutions in LATAMTrend 9—Growing Focus on Corporate and Integrated Mobility in LATAMMobility Infrastructure in LATAMKey Planned Traditional Mobility Infrastructure ProjectTraditional Mobility Infrastructure—BRT SystemsTraditional Mobility Infrastructure—Bicycle LanesTraditional Mobility Infrastructure—Growth in Bicycle LanesFuture of New Mobility Business Models in Latin America—Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico: Carsharing in LATAMTransformational Trends Impacting Carsharing in Latin AmericaCarsharing Vehicle Fleet and Members ForecastsCarsharing Vehicle Fleet and Members Forecasts (continued)Snapshot of Carsharing across LATAMCompetitive Landscape of Select CSOs in BrazilCompetitive Landscape of Select CSOs in ChileCompetitive Landscape of Select CSOs in MexicoBike Sharing in LATAMTransformational Trends Impacting Bike Sharing in Latin AmericaSnapshot of Bike Sharing across LATAMBike Sharing Estimates and ForecastsTechnological Innovations Competitive Landscape of Bike Sharing in ArgentinaCompetitive Landscape of Bike Sharing in BrazilCompetitive Landscape of Bike Sharing in ChileCompetitive Landscape of Bike Sharing in MexicoeHailing in LATAMTransformational Trends Impacting eHailing in Latin AmericaTaxi and eHailing Market—Latin AmericaDiversification of Business Models—The Market Evolves to Stay RelevantTaxi and eHailing Market—Latin AmericaExhibit—App MeLeva: Personal Transport Network (PTN)Taxi and eHailing Market—LATAMSnapshot of eHailing across LATAMCompetitive Landscape of eHailing in ArgentinaCompetitive Landscape of eHailing in BrazilCompetitive Landscape of eHailing in ChileCompetitive Landscape of eHailing in MexicoCompetitive Landscape of eHailing in Mexico (continued)Ridesharing in LATAMFlexible On-demand Mobility Solution—RidesharingBenefits of RidesharingCompetitive Landscape of Ridesharing in Argentina and BrazilCompetitive Landscape of Ridesharing in Chile and MexicoIntegrated Mobility in LATAMIntegrated Mobility—A User-centric Approach to Mobility-as-a-ServiceMobility Integrators—Stakeholders Making it PossibleIntegrated Mobility Solution Types in LATAMCard-based Integrated Mobility Solutions in LATAMMobility Apps Solutions in LATAMExhibit—OnBoard MobilityExhibit—Leve-meCorporate Mobility in LATAMCorporate Mobility Landscape in Latin AmericaFleet and Leasing Outlook—Brazil and MexicoFuture of Corporate Mobility—From TCO to TCMFrost & Sullivan’s Vision for the Future of Corporate Mobility in LATAMRegulatory Landscape in LATAM Impacting MobilityRegulations Influencing New Mobility Business ModelsRegulations Influencing New Mobility Business Models (continued)Growth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity in New Mobility Business ModelsGrowth Opportunity in New Mobility Business Models (continued)Strategic Imperatives for Success and GrowthConclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations2017 Proposed Research PlanSelected Research Topics Covered in 2015–2016Latin America Automotive & TransportationMarket Engineering Methodology

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