Overview of Original Equipment Manufacturer Battery Electric Vehicle Battery Aftersales Services

Overview of Original Equipment Manufacturer Battery Electric Vehicle Battery Aftersales Services

Long-term Sustainable Partnerships in the Value Chain Will Be the Base for Growth Potential in Electric Vehicle OEM Battery Aftersales

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17-Nov-2023
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Research Code: MH0C-01-00-00-00
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Electric vehicle (EV) battery aftersales are a key aspect of the EV customer journey, as they affect the vehicle’s performance, reliability, and lifespan. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) need to offer innovative and tailored solutions that address customer pain points and preferences, such as battery health monitoring, warranty extension, recycling, and reuse. By doing so, OEMs can differentiate themselves from competitors and build customer loyalty and trust. EV battery aftersales present both challenges and opportunities for OEMs and their channel partners in a fast-changing and competitive market.

This report provides a comprehensive analysis and benchmarking of the leading EV OEM’s battery aftersales strategies in North America and Europe, covering various aspects such as battery repair, maintenance and warranty, battery 4R, battery management system, battery remote diagnostics and prognostics, battery reverse logistics, and battery services for fleets.

This study also includes a brief analysis of the other notable EV OEMs and the potential downstream opportunities for value chain participants outside the OES channel. The report showcases best practices and case studies of standout partnerships and identifies avenues for OEMs to enhance their EV battery aftersales offerings. Finally, it also provides valuable insight and recommendations for OEMs and other stakeholders in the EV aftersales ecosystem to help them leverage the emerging trends and opportunities in this dynamic space. The base year is 2022, and the forecast period is from 2023 to 2030.

Author: Benson Augustine

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) Battery Aftersales Services

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

Questions This Study Will Answer

Key Competitor

Aspects of OEM BEV Battery Aftersales Services Ecosystem

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

Findings

Trends in Battery Aftersales Strategy

Emerging Business Models in Battery Aftersales

The Nature of EV OEM Channel Battery Partnerships

The Role of Value Chain Participants in EV OEM Battery Aftersales and Potential Downstream Opportunities

Overview: PHEV/BEV Battery Replacement Aftermarket

Battery Repair and Maintenance

Battery Supplier Warranty

Battery Reverse Logistics

Battery Reverse Logistics (continued)

Battery Reverse Logistics (continued)

BMS: Prognostics and Remote Diagnostics

BMS: Prognostics and Remote Diagnostics (continued)

BMS: Prognostics and Remote Diagnostics (continued)

Battery 4R Strategy and Partnerships

Battery 4R Strategy and Partnerships (continued)

Battery 4R Strategy and Partnerships (continued)

Battery Services for Fleets

Battery Services for Fleets (continued)

Battery Services for Fleets (continued)

Case Study: Battery Aftersales Ecosystem

Case Study: BMS

Case Study: Battery 4R

Case Study: Battery Services for Fleet

Growth Opportunity 1: Battery 4R

Growth Opportunity 1: Battery 4R (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Reverse Diagnostics and Prognostics

Growth Opportunity 2: Reverse Diagnostics and Prognostics (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Battery Reverse Logistics

Growth Opportunity 3: Battery Reverse Logistics (continued)

The Last Word: Three Big Predictions

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

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Electric vehicle (EV) battery aftersales are a key aspect of the EV customer journey, as they affect the vehicle s performance, reliability, and lifespan. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) need to offer innovative and tailored solutions that address customer pain points and preferences, such as battery health monitoring, warranty extension, recycling, and reuse. By doing so, OEMs can differentiate themselves from competitors and build customer loyalty and trust. EV battery aftersales present both challenges and opportunities for OEMs and their channel partners in a fast-changing and competitive market. This report provides a comprehensive analysis and benchmarking of the leading EV OEM s battery aftersales strategies in North America and Europe, covering various aspects such as battery repair, maintenance and warranty, battery 4R, battery management system, battery remote diagnostics and prognostics, battery reverse logistics, and battery services for fleets. This study also includes a brief analysis of the other notable EV OEMs and the potential downstream opportunities for value chain participants outside the OES channel. The report showcases best practices and case studies of standout partnerships and identifies avenues for OEMs to enhance their EV battery aftersales offerings. Finally, it also provides valuable insight and recommendations for OEMs and other stakeholders in the EV aftersales ecosystem to help them leverage the emerging trends and opportunities in this dynamic space. The base year is 2022, and the forecast period is from 2023 to 2030. Author: Benson Augustine
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