Opportunities in the Global Taxi Market

Global Taxi Market to Grow from 4 Million Vehicles in 2014 to 5 Million Vehicles by 2020

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Growth in the taxi market is expected to be driven by government intervention, particularly with respect to regulations and subsidies to shift to greener technologies. The adoption of alternate fuels is rising as cities begin enforcing more stringent emission regulations to control pollution. The advent of eHailing has changed customer perceptions of taxi commutes and has provided an easier alternative to street hailing. This study introduces the different market segments that have developed, and discusses automotive Mega Trends and their impact on this market. In addition, it highlights the key technology trends and analyzes the new market channel strategies adopted by key vehicle OEMs.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsGlobal Taxi Market (Public and Private) SnapshotMarket for Taxis by Region SnapshotTop 10 Public and Private Taxi Markets SnapshotAnalysis of the Number of Public vs. Private Taxis SnapshotMobility Modes in Key Countries and Public Transport Use Differences Between Developed and Emerging Taxi Markets SnapshotCommon Taxi Models in Key Cities Globally SnapshotAverage Price of Public Taxi Models in Key Markets SnapshotRoadmap of OEMs in the Taxi Market Regional Regulatory Framework in Key Cities SnapshotKey Taxi Replacement Programs SnapshotKey Green Taxi Programs SnapshotGrowth of Alternative Fuel in 2020Key EV Taxi Initiatives SnapshotCase Study of EV Taxis SnapshotNew Use Cases for Taxi Hailing SnapshotCompetitive Analysis of Global eHailing Apps Snapshot Key Findings and Future Outlook Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesResearch BackgroundKey Questions This Study Will AnswerResearch MethodologyKey OEM Groups Compared in this StudyDefinitions and SegmentationDefinition of the Taxi MarketDefinition of Taxi Business ModelsOverview of the Global Taxi MarketImpact of Mega Trends on the Taxi MarketImpact of Mega Trends on the Taxi Market (continued)Factors Influencing the Expansion of the Taxi MarketFactors Influencing the Expansion of the Taxi Market (continued)Industry ChallengesDrivers for ProfitabilityDrivers for Profitability (continued)Differences Between Developed and Emerging Taxi MarketsMobility Modes in Key Countries and Public Transport UseRegional Regulatory FrameworkRegional Regulatory Framework (continued)Regional Regulatory Framework (continued)Regional Regulatory Framework (continued)Average Age of Taxis and Key Taxi Replacement ProgramsKey Taxi Replacement ProgramsGlobal Market for TaxisExisting and Upcoming Global Taxi Market Top 10 Public and Private Taxi MarketsMarket for Public Taxis by Region Market for Private Taxis by RegionAnalysis of the Number of Public vs. Private Taxis Growth of Alternative Fuel within the Taxi MarketNumber of Tourist Arrivals and Size of the Taxi MarketPassenger Car Density and Size of the Taxi MarketProfiles of Key Public Taxi MarketsLondon—Key TrendsLondon—Drivers and Challenges of the Taxi MarketLondon—Taxi and WAV Policy Details London—Taxi and WAV Policy Details (continued) London—Taxi Market StructureLondon—Taxi Market Structure (continued)London—Taxi EconomicsChicago—Key TrendsChicago—Drivers and Challenges of the Taxi MarketChicago—Taxi and WAV Policy Details Chicago—Taxi Market StructureChicago—Taxi Market Structure (continued)Chicago—Taxi EconomicsMumbai—Key TrendsMumbai—Drivers and Challenges of the Taxi MarketMumbai—Taxi Market Structure Mumbai—Taxi Market Structure (continued)Mumbai—Taxi EconomicsToronto—Key TrendsToronto—Taxi Market StructureToronto—Taxi Market Structure (continued)Paris—Key TrendsParis—Taxi Market StructureParis—Taxi Market Structure (continued)Beijing—Key TrendsBeijing—Taxi Market StructureBeijing—Taxi Market Structure (continued)OEM Taxi StrategyCommon Taxi Models—Key Cities in North America Common Taxi Models—Key Cities in Europe Common Taxi Models—Key Cities in the Rest of the WorldAverage Price of Public Taxi Models in Key Markets Roadmaps of OEMs in the Taxi Market Key OEM Models in the Taxi Market in Select CountriesKey OEMs Models in the Taxi Market in Select Countries (continued) OEM Profile—Renault-Nissan OEM Profile—Nissan NV200OEM Profile—FordOEM Profile—Ford Transit Connect TaxiOEM Profile—Mercedes-BenzOEM Profile—Mercedes-Benz Vito TaxiOEM Profile—Karsan Concept V1Green Taxi Programs Congestion Charges and Road Tolls in Key CitiesInfrastructure for Green Initiatives in Key CountriesInfrastructure for Green Initiatives in Key Countries (continued)Key Green Taxi ProgramsKey Green Taxi Programs (continued)Key EV Taxi Initiatives Case Study of EV TaxiseHailing Opportunities in the Taxi MarketeHailing Taxi Model—Timeline of Launching App to MarketNew Use Cases for Taxi Hailing Impact to the Taxi MarketeHailing Legal and Regulatory Framework Competitive Analysis of Global eHailing Apps UberHailomytaxiMyTeksi/GrabTaxiEasy TaxiKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey ConclusionsKey Conclusions (continued)Key Conclusions and Future OutlookLegal DisclaimerAppendixDefinition of Public and Private Taxis by Regional MarketsDefinition of Public and Private Taxis by Regional Markets (continued)Assumptions for GrowthRegional Regulatory Framework Regional Regulatory Framework (continued) Regional Regulatory Framework (continued) Regional Regulatory Framework (continued) Regional Regulatory Framework (continued)Regional Regulatory Framework (continued) Regional Regulatory Framework (continued)Table of Acronyms UsedTable of Acronyms Used (continued)Image SourcesImage Sources (continued)Image Sources (continued)Market Engineering Methodology




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