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28 Nov 2014  |  Europe
Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Active Safety and ADAS Features
The European consumer base for passenger cars has traditionally embraced the latest technologies for enhancing driving dynamics, connectivity, comfort, and convenience. Although safety was placed second to technology, future trends suggest that consumers are not only willing to pay for life-saving technologies but also show interest in evaluating a...
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26 May 2014  |  Europe
Desirability and Willingness to Pay for Safety Systems and ADAS Systems
Overall, safety is the second most influential general vehicle feature for next vehicle purchase, with reliability being the first. Majority of respondents have their families and themselves in mind when purchasing safety options. The French, however, are significantly more concerned with the safety of their children than their European counterpart...
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16 Nov 2010  |  North America
Impact of Urbanization and Development of Megacities on Personal Mobility and Vehicle Technology Planning
Frost & Sullivan believes about 4.5 Billion people globally will be living in cities by 2025. This represents about 60% of the total world population. Rising urban population will lead to rapid expansion of city borders into neighbouring suburbs resulting in the formation of MEGACITIES. There will 30 megacities with population above 10 million by 2...
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26 Jul 2013  |  North America
Urban Mobility 3.0, New Urban Mobility Business Models - Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Annual Industry Workshop 2013
Presentations from Frost & Sullivan's Interactive Two-day Workshop and Networking Event 2013
This research study focuses on providing all the presentations from Frost & Sullivan's two-day workshop event held in June 2013 in London, called Urban Mobility 3.0: New Urban Mobility Business Models. These include presentations from Frost & Sullivan Europe and APAC team and a host of other companies, such as Siemens Mobility, Zipcar Europe, BMW A...
29 Oct 2010  |  North America
Electric Vehicles Unplugged 2010 New Business Models and Infrastructure Development Trends Presentations from Frost & Sullivans Interactive 2 Day Workshop and Networking Event 2010
This research study focusses on providing all the presentations from Frost & Sullivan's 2 day workshop event in June 2010 in London named electric vehicle unplugged 2010 new business models and infrastructure development trends. These include presentations from Frost & Sullivan Europe and China team and host of other companies such as Nissan, Ford,...
02 Feb 2012  |  North America
30 Percent Reduction in Vehicle Platforms by 2020
This study presents the analysis of vehicle platform strategies of key global original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the light vehicle category. It introduces definitions of a vehicle platform and architecture. It presents an overview of existing and proposed vehicle platform introductions by key 12 OEM groups. The study also discusses market f...
30 Mar 2012  |  Global
More Than 150 New Micro-Mobility Models Targeted By 2020
This study presents analysis and benchmarking of global original equipment manufacturer micro-mobility solutions. It introduces market definitions and segmentation, and offers an overview of existing and proposed micro-mobility model introductions by key global OEMs including passenger car OEMs. It discusses automotive Mega Trends and their impact....
11 Nov 2008  |  North America
Research Service N4D5 is an overview and analysis of the North American automotive aftermarket. The study identifies the different industry segments within the aftermarket and analyzes the different industry segments by units in operation, analyzes the major participants, and the factors contributing to the current state of the market. Forecasts fo...
18 Dec 2009  |  North America
This Research Service is a strategic analysis of the global light vehicle tires aftermarket. The research service identifies the different regions across the globe and analyzes the tires aftermarket by unit shipments, revenues, major trends, challenges, market drivers and restraints, product mix, product pricing, vehicle category, product category,...
15 Aug 2007  |  North America
Research Service N26A is an overview and analysis of the North American automotive aftermarket. The study identifies the different industry segments within the aftermarket and analyzes the different industry segments by units in operation, analyzes the major participants, and the factors contributing to the current state of the market. Forecasts fo...