Latin American Passenger Vehicle Market Outlook, 2017

Latin American Passenger Vehicle Market Outlook, 2017

Digital Transformation Expected to Propel Growth across the Entire Automotive Value Chain Pushing Sales Volumes Upwards of 5 Million Units

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16-Mar-2017
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North America
Research Code: K184-01-00-00-00
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Senior management and CEO-level executives in the Latin American (LATAM) automotive value chain state “as-a-service” models focusing on the future of connected cars and harnessing Big Data to better serve consumers as the two biggest themes and top-of-mind-issues in the passenger vehicle market today. However, the LATAM automotive market declined by about 3.5% in 2016 to account for just below 5.0 million units. While Brazil witnessed a decline of almost 20%, dropping below the 2.0 million units mark, Mexico had a record year, reaching over 1.6 million vehicles. In addition, Argentina and Chile returned to the growth trajectory in 2016. Competition for the top spot intensified in 2016, and the year witnessed a number of market share changes. Also, a shift away from cars and towards SUVs was a key trend.

As a part of this outlook study, Frost & Sullivan identifies the key disruptive trends that will shape 2017 in the LATAM passenger vehicle market, including:
•     Digital Transformation of the Industry
•     Technology Innovation and Regulations
•     Growing Vehicle Segments
•     Start-up Boom in LATAM
•     OEMs Enter Mobility Landscape
•     Market Differentiators: Standard and Advanced Vehicle Features
•     Used Cars
•     eRetailing to Change Face of Aftermarket

The study analyses and presents forecasts for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru by original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and market. Over the last few years in LATAM, the automotive market has also witnessed immense disruption and changes to traditional structure. The study identifies some of these key companies to watch (C2W) in 2017 (e.g., Canal da Peça, Itaro, EasyCarros, InstaCarro, Sirena, Moovit, plus 10 others). These companies represent a defining business model that has a unique perspective, strength of vision, and that are extremely innovative, thus improving the entire automotive industry.

The angle of digital transformation impacting the automotive industry is also discussed through trends and case studies in LATAM. Furthermore, deep-dives provide outlook and disruptive trends for vehicle powertrain technologies, electric vehicles, connected cars, vehicle features, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), urban mobility, and the aftermarket in LATAM. The study then concludes with key predictions for 2017.

Key Questions This Study Answers:
•     What is the 2017 market growth forecast, and in which countries is key movement expected?
•     What are the major advancements emerging concerning powertrain, electric vehicles, connected cars, ADAS, and in-vehicle features in the
LATAM region?
•     What are the top disruptive trends, and how will digital transformation affect the market landscape in LATAM?
•     What will the new business models and market strategies for sustainable growth look like?

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Table of Contents

2016 Key Highlights

Growth Opportunity Themes Cited by Global Survey of CEOs

Potentially Disruptive Business Models Cited by Global Survey of CEOs

2016/2017 Senior Management Top-of-Mind Issues

2016 São Paulo Auto Show—Key Highlights

Key LATAM Disruptive Trends and Transformative Shifts for 2017

Transformation in LATAM Automotive Industry Ecosystem—2017

Key Companies to Watch (C2W) in Brazil’s Automotive Industry

2017 Top Predictions

Research Scope

Vehicle Segmentation

LATAM Economic Outlook vs. Automotive Sales Movement

Top Markets by Sales Volume in 2016

Winners of 2016

LATAM Light Vehicle Sales by OEM Brand in 2016—A Snapshot

LATAM Light Vehicle Sales by Vehicle Segment

LATAM Light Vehicle Sales by Region in 2017—A Snapshot

LATAM Light Vehicle Sales by Region in 2017—Conservative Scenario

LATAM Light Vehicle Sales by OEM Group in 2017—A Snapshot

Regional Spotlight—Argentina

Regional Spotlight—Brazil

Regional Spotlight—Chile

Regional Spotlight—Colombia

Regional Spotlight—Mexico

Trump Potential Trade Policies to Lead to Production Shifts

Regional Spotlight—Peru

The Five Pillars of Digitization in the Automotive Industry

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Impact on Automotive Manufacturing—Automotive 4.0

Automotive 4.0 in LATAM—Smart Manufacturing and Robotics

Big Data from Connected Cars Offering Cost Savings

Digitalization Reshaping Automotive Retail Process

Digitalization Reshaping Automotive Retail Process (continued)

Digitization Impacting Aftermarket Services—“Internet of Parts” and Virtual Garages

As-a-Service Model Evolution in Automotive

Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) in LATAM

Growing Vehicle Segments in LATAM

Accelerated Growth in B/C-SUVs and B/C-Pickups

More Luxury Vehicles across Segments in LATAM

Used Car Market in LATAM

OEMs in LATAM Shift from Product to Service

OEMs to Use Driver-centric Vehicle Innovations to Differentiate Product in LATAM from 2017 and Beyond

Features at the Forefront of New Vehicle Segments

Top-level Connected Car Solution Trends

eRetailing to Change the Face of the Aftermarket

Key LATAM Mobility Observations for 2017

Overview of Mobility in LATAM

The Sharing Economy—Car Sharing and Bike Sharing

Flexible On-demand Mobility Solution—eHailing

Taxi and eHailing Market in LATAM

Corporate Mobility in LATAM

Flexible On-demand Mobility Solution—Ride Sharing

Integrated Mobility Solutions

Transit and City Infrastrucutre Encouraging New Forms of Mobility

Top Transformative Trends Impacting the Aftermarket in LATAM

New Entrants and Disruptive Models in the Automotive Aftermarket

Quick Maintenance OEM Shops and Fixed Packaged

LATAM Aftermarket Revenue Forecast

Key LATAM Powertrain Observations for 2017

2017 LATAM Powertrain Heat Maps and Technology Trends to Watch

LATAM—Emission, Fuel Economy Targets, and Laws

Unit Vehicle Sales Forecast by Powertrain Mix by Country

Unit Vehicle Sales Forecast by Transmission Mix by Country

Engine Downsizing in LATAM—Unit Vehicle Production Forecast

Gasoline and Flex Fuel Engine Boosting—Unit Vehicle Sales Forecast

2016 Key Observations

Top Transformative Trends Impacting Connected Cars in LATAM

Connected Car Forecast

Connected Services Snapshot in LATAM

Connected Infotainment Snapshot in LATAM

LATAM HMI Market Penetration Forecast

ADAS Features on the Rise in LATAM

ADAS Features on the Rise in LATAM (continued)

ADAS Features on the Rise in LATAM (continued)

Key LATAM Connected Car and ADAS Observations for 2017

Key LATAM Vehicle Features Observations for 2017

Top LATAM Transformational Shifts and Trends Impacting Car Features

Transitional Features Are Market Differentiators

Overall LATAM Feature Package Summary

Future Vehicle Feature Opportunities in LATAM

Growth Opportunity in LATAM

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions and 2017 Outlook

Legal Disclaimer

List of Acronyms

List of Acronyms (continued)

2017 Proposed Research Plan

Selected Research Topics Covered in 2015–2016

Latin America Automotive & Transportation List of Published Titles, 2009–2014

Market Engineering Methodology

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Senior management and CEO-level executives in the Latin American (LATAM) automotive value chain state “as-a-service” models focusing on the future of connected cars and harnessing Big Data to better serve consumers as the two biggest themes and top-of-mind-issues in the passenger vehicle market today. However, the LATAM automotive market declined by about 3.5% in 2016 to account for just below 5.0 million units. While Brazil witnessed a decline of almost 20%, dropping below the 2.0 million units mark, Mexico had a record year, reaching over 1.6 million vehicles. In addition, Argentina and Chile returned to the growth trajectory in 2016. Competition for the top spot intensified in 2016, and the year witnessed a number of market share changes. Also, a shift away from cars and towards SUVs was a key trend. As a part of this outlook study, Frost & Sullivan identifies the key disruptive trends that will shape 2017 in the LATAM passenger vehicle market, including: • Digital Transformation of the Industry • Technology Innovation and Regulations • Growing Vehicle Segments • Start-up Boom in LATAM • OEMs Enter Mobility Landscape • Market Differentiators: Standard and Advanced Vehicle Features • Used Cars • eRetailing to Change Face of Aftermarket The study analyses and presents forecasts for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru by original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and market. Over the last few years in LATAM, the automotive market has also witnessed immense disruption and changes to traditional structure. The study identifies some of these key companies to watch (C2W) in 2017 (e.g., Canal da Peça, Itaro, EasyCarros, InstaCarro, Sirena, Moovit, plus 10 others). These companies represent a defining business model that has a unique perspective, strength of vision, and that are extremely innovative, thus improving the entire automotive industry. The angle of digital transformation impacting the automotive industry is also discussed through trends and cas
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