Regulatory Impact on the Electric Vehicle Market in South Korea

Major Chinese OEMs Perceive the Country as a Potential EV Market

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The study focuses on the evolution of electric vehicles and emerging trends in the South Korean market. The increasing share of diesel cars is one of the key reasons limiting electric vehicle market growth. The stringent emission norms are also being met with by diesel vehicles that are also cheaper than electric vehicles. The biggest challenge that prevails in the industry is that local Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) are focusing on the export market more than the local market. This is mainly due to various factors such as high costs, lack of infrastructure, and adoption of diesel cars. OEMs are able to meet stringent emission norms due to implementation of small-sized diesel engines.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Market Engineering Measurements
Estimated Sales by Vehicle Type—HEV, BEV, and PHEV
EV Incentives—South Korea
EV Sales 2015
Specification of EV Charging Infrastructure and Plug types
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Research Aim and Objectives
3. Definitions
Electric Vehicle Segmentation
Neighbourhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs)
Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs)
Extended Range Electric Vehicles (eREVs)
Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs)
4. South Korean Regulatory Environment
Hybrid Electric Vehicle Market—South Korea
Market Highlight
Implementation of Emissions Standards for Gasoline Light Duty Vehicles (LDVs)
Motor Vehicle Emission Regulations—South Korea
Diesel Emission Standards—South Korea
Light Vehicle Emission Regulations Roadmap—South Korea
South Korean Fuel Economy and GHG Standards for LDVs
GHG Credits and Incentives
EV Incentives—South Korea
5. Powertrain Electrification Outlook
Market Engineering Measurements
Estimated Sales by Vehicle Type—HEV, BEV, and PHEV
EV Sales 2015
Electric Vehicle Adoption – South Korea
Electric Powertrain Payback Period Analysis for South Korea
Model Launch Roadmap of Key OEMs—South Korea
Likely Future EV Model Launches in South Korea
PHEV Sales by Region
BEV Sales by Region
EV Sales Forecast by Top OEMs
Unit Shipment Forecast for Total Electric Vehicle Market
Scenario Analysis for Total Electric Vehicle Market
Top 5 Selling Electric Vehicle Models in 2015
Global Fuel Cell Vehicle Outlook
Fuel Cell Passenger Cars—Expected Model Launches
EV Supply Chain—South Korea
6. Charging Infrastructure
Specification of EV Charging Infrastructure and Plug Types
EV Direct Current (DC) Charging Connectors
Charging Infrastructure—South Korea
7. Conclusions and Future Outlook
Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
Legal Disclaimer
8. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. EV Market: EV Incentives, South Korea, 2015
2. EV Market: Specification of EV Charging Infrastructure, South Korea, 2015
3. EV Market: Classification of PHEVs and EVs, South Korea, 2015
4. EV Market: Key Trends, South Korea, 2015
5. EV Market: Market Highlights, South Korea, 2015
6. EV Market: Motor Vehicle Emission Regulations, South Korea, 2015–2025
7. EV Market: Motor Vehicles Emission Regulations, South Korea, 2015
8. EV Market: Emission Regulations Framework and Standards, South Korea, 2015
9. Trends in Fuel Economy Standards, South Korea, 2006–2020
10. EV Market: GHG Credits and Incentives, South Korea, 2015–2020
11. EV Market: EV Incentives, South Korea, 2015
12. EV Market: Market Engineering Measurements, South Korea, 2015
13. EV Market: Payback Period Analysis, South Korea, 2015
14. EV Market: PHEV and BEV Launch Roadmap, South Korea, 2013–2016 onwards
15. EV Market: Model Launches, South Korea, 2017-2019
16. Fuel Cell Passenger Car Market: Expected Model Launches by OEM, Global, 2015–2020
17. EV Market: Specification of EV Charging Infrastructure, South Korea, 2015
18. EV Market: Acceptable DC Charging Standards, South Korea, 2015
19. EV Market: Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, South Korea, 2015–2022


1. EV Market: Key Takeaways, South Korea, 2015
2. EV Market: Market Engineering Measurements, South Korea, 2015
3. HEV and EV Market: Unit Shipment by Type, South Korea, North America, Japan, Europe and China, 2022
4. Total EV Market: Sales by Country, Global, 2015
5. Total EV Market: Per Cent Sales Breakdown by Region, Global, 2015
6. Total EV Market: Per Cent Sales Breakdown by EV Type, Global, 2015
7. EV Market: Timeline for Implementation of Nationwide Emission Standards for Gasoline LDVs, Global, 2007–2019
8. EV Market: Fuel Economy Standards, South Korea, 2003–2020
9. HEV and EV Market: Unit Shipment by Type, South Korea, North America, Japan, Europe and China, 2022
10. Total EV Market: Sales by Country, Global, 2015
11. Total EV Market: Per Cent Sales Breakdown by Region, Global, 2015
12. Total EV Market: Per Cent Sales Breakdown by EV Type, Global, 2015
13. Total PHEV Market: Estimated Unit Sales, Global, 2015–2022
14. Total BEV Market: Estimated Unit Sales, Global, 2015–2022
15. EV Market: Unit Shipment Forecast by Top OEMs, South Korea, 2015 and 2022
16. EV Market: Unit Shipment Forecast, South Korea, 2015-2022
17. EV Market: Scenario Analysis of Hybrid Electric Vehicle Sales, South Korea, 2015–2022
18. EV Market: Top 5 Five Selling Models, South Korea, 2015
19. Fuel Cell Passenger Car Market: FCV Unit Sales Forecast, Global, 2015–2020
20. EV Market: EV Supply Chain, South Korea, 2015–2020
21. EV Market: Market Trends, South Korea, 2009–2015
22. EV Market: Charging Station Type, South Korea, 2015
23. EV Market: Charging Infrastructure Split by Ownership, South Korea, 2022
24. EV Market: Charging Station Type, South Korea, 2022



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