New Mega Trends in the US Automotive Sector

Impact of Mega Trends on the Future of Mobility

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In the future, 85% of the US population will be living in urban areas. Increased connectivity among vehicles and roadway infrastructure will improve roadway safety, traffic congestion, and pave the way for adoption of autonomous driving technologies. In addition, people over the age of 65 will represent 20% of the population and constitute one of the largest consumer groups with specific transportation needs. This analysis by Frost & Sullivan details and analyzes 10 Mega Trends that are emerging as changes in population trends and purchasing habits occur. These Mega Trends will drive growth and innovation in the field of mobility in the United States, and this research service provides insights into the business opportunities that arise.

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Executive SummaryNew Mega Trends—North America: Top Mega Trends Covered in Frost & Sullivan ResearchExecutive Summary—Key FindingsUrbanization—North America to See 8 SMART Cities by 2025Smart is the New Green—Smart Car Social Mega Trends—New Car Registrations by Age GroupBricks and Clicks—Current Digital Car Retailing Trends in North AmericaExecutive Summary—Key Conclusions and Future OutlookResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesResearch BackgroundResearch Methodology—From Macro-to-micro TrendsResearch Methodology—From Macro-to-micro Trends (continued)Definitions Used in the StudyDefinitions UsedMega Trend 1: Urbanization—‘City as a Customer’Main Trends in UrbanizationUrbanization—The United States is More Suburban than UrbanUrbanization—American Mega Suburbs Create Mobility Conditions that Differ Fundamentally from those in the Urban ContextUrbanization—Mega Cities in the United StatesUrbanization—Case Study: BOS-WASH Corridor Urbanization—North America to See 8 SMART Cities by 2025Urbanization—Cities, and Not Countries, will Drive Wealth Creation in the FutureUrbanization—Case Study: How Siemens AG Aligns Itself to Mega TrendsMacro-to-micro Implications of UrbanizationMega Trend 2: Smart is the New GreenSmart is the New GreenFeatures and ServicesSmart is the New Green—Smart Car Macro-to-micro Implications of Smart is the New GreenMega Trend 3: Social TrendsSocial Mega TrendsSocial Mega Trends—Baby Boomers and Millennials Social Mega Trends—New Car Registrations by Age GroupSocial Mega Trends—Baby Boomers Keep Auto Sales BoomingSocial Mega Trends—American Middle BulgeSocial Mega Trends—New Age Diverse America Social Mega Trends—Six Degrees Apart: Geo Socialisation in 2020Macro-to-micro Implications of Social TrendsMega Trend 4: Connectivity and ConvergenceConnectivity and ConvergenceConnectivity and Convergence—Space JamConnectivity and Convergence—Augmented RealitySocial NetworkingConnectivity and Convergence—AR to Boost New Car SalesMacro-to-micro Implications of Connectivity TrendsMega Trend 5: Bricks and ClicksBricks and Clicks Bricks and Clicks—GlobalThe United States as a Key Future Online MarketFuture of US Brick and Mortar Stores—From Big Box to Small BoxBricks and Clicks—Current Digital Car Retailing Trends in North AmericaBricks and Clicks—Trend Analysis of Digital Sales GenerationBricks and Clicks—New York City Right Fit for First Wave of Digital Flagship StoresBricks and Clicks—Evolution of the Bricks and Clicks Model in New Car RetailingBricks and Clicks—Macro to Micro ImplicationsMega Trend 6: Innovating to ZeroExamples of 'Innovating to Zero'Macro-to-micro Implications of Innovating to ZeroMega Trend 7: New Business Models—Value for ManyNew Business Models'Value for Many' New Business Models—Global Vehicle PlatformsMacro-to-micro Implications of New Business ModelsMega Trend 8: Economic TrendsEconomic Trends—The Game Changers in 2025Economic Trends—Top 10 States Contributing to US GDP in 2020Macro-to-micro Implications of Economic TrendsMega Trend 9: Health, Wellness and WellbeingMindFuture of Health, Wellness and Well BeingHealth, Wellness and Wellbeing—Is Health Wellness and Well Being in Cars a Myth or a Reality?Macro-to-micro Implications of Health Wellness and WellbeingMega Trend 10: Future of MobilityFuture Of Mobility—The Future Innovation in Mobility to Focus on the 'Wild' SideFuture Of Mobility—Mobility Integrators: New Market ParticipantsFuture Of Mobility—Global Micro Mobility Solutions Market to Explode in the FutureFuture Of Mobility—Overview of Micro Mobility Models of Key Global Mainstream OEMsFuture Of Mobility—Traditional Carsharing Services MarketFuture Of Mobility—Peer-to-peer Carsharing in North AmericaFuture Of Mobility—Case Study: BMW Fleet Strategy for Car SharingFuture Of Mobility—Mobility IntegratorsFuture Of Mobility—OEMs’ Three Prong Approach Toward ParkingFuture Of Mobility—The High Speed Intercity Passenger Rail ProgramFuture Of Mobility—'Blended Two Phase Approach' for California’s HSRFuture Of Mobility—Bus Rapid Transport SystemsMacro-to-micro Implications of Future MobilityConclusionConclusion—Top Unique Facts about the US Auto IndustryConclusion—The future in 2025 in the United StatesExecutive Summary—Key Conclusions and Future OutlookAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAbbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)From Macro to Micro—Taking Mega Trends from Information to Strategy ImplementationLearn More About 'New Mega Trends'Mega Trends Research Plan 2013-14:Mobility Research Program—Selective List of StudiesMobility Research Program—Selective List of Studies (continued)




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