South Korean Electric Vehicle Growth Opportunities

South Korean Electric Vehicle Growth Opportunities

Technology Strategy of South Korea will Transform it into a Leader with Global Influence

RELEASE DATE
16-Aug-2021
REGION
Asia Pacific
Research Code: MG09-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU02187-AP-MT_25631
$4,950.00
In stock
SKU
AU02187-AP-MT_25631
$4,950.00
DownloadLink

Pay by invoice

ENQUIRE NOW

Description

Automotive industry is rapidly evolving in terms of technology as well as tackling environmental issues. Electric vehicles (EVs) have been introduced as a clean energy initiative due to low or zero emissions and have come a long way to become an integral part of OEMs’ business strategies. Automakers are creating separate EV business units to be prepared for the expected EV boom in the future. But, the surge in EV demand will create a huge need for charging infrastructure, safety regulations, and new standards.

South Korea is a curious market considering the technology leadership in battery production and strong EV sales (exports) in Europe, despite the home market lagging considerably behind Europe, China and US. Hybrids have done well in South Korea suggesting an enthusiasm for alternative fuel vehicles and environmental considerations. According to the public, primary factors for slow EV adoption are low EV range and lack of charging infrastructure.

2020 is an important year as PEVs had their highest annual sales ever while EV (PEVs and HEVs) market penetration surpassed 10% for the first time. The government made huge strides in expanding the charging infrastructure along with a renewed focus on increasing EV penetration while adopting stricter emission policies similar to Europe. Hyundai-Kia will be launching its first EVs based on the brand’s new pure electric E-GMP platform with state-of-the-art specs. Battery manufacturers, such as LG Chem, Samsung SDI, and SK Innovations have entered into an arms race to consolidate long-term supply contracts, raw material supply, R&D for improved batteries, chemistries, recycling, and other key partnerships as they brace themselves for the inevitable battery boom.

The study gives us a detailed analysis of the EV market scenario with charts based on annual sales (anchored in 2020) as well as historical sales. PEVs and HEVs have separate sections. Data is compiled and presented in the form of:
• Historical annual sales, monthly sales for 2020, and market penetration as well as YoY growth from 2010 to 2020
• Market share by EV type, and sales share of each EV type for the top 5 highest selling OEMS since 2010
• Top 10 models for 2020 as well as historical top 10 models for PEVs and HEVs
• Charging station infrastructure data
• Detailed regional incentives, regional scenarios (drivers and restraints)
• Battery manufacturer profiles
• Hyundai-Kia profile
• Key EV-centric start-ups in the region

The report also provides the growth opportunities to act on and the suggested actions.

Key Issues Addressed

  • How has the EV market progressed from 2010?
  • What is the most popular EV type, vehicle model, OEM, and vehicle segment year on year and cumulatively?
  • What are the market shares for PHEVs, BEVs, FHEVs, and MHEVs, and how has their growth trend been since 2010?
  • Which are the fastest growing OEMs, and which models have disrupted sales trends or exposed demand in the market?
  • Which are the key participants in EV industry, and what are their plans for the immediate future (next 1 to 2 years)?
  • Which are the significant EV start-ups in the region, and what sectors they are targeting?
  • What is the current regional scenario in terms of incentives, drivers, and restraints?
  • What are the growth opportunities?

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

Impact of Top Three Strategic Imperatives on South Korean Electric Vehicles

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Electric Vehicle (EV) Propulsion Types

Key Competitors in South Korea's EV Market

South Korean EV and Hybrid Market Overview

South Korea—Key Takeaways

South Korea—Key Growth Metrics

Historical PEV and HEV Sales, South Korea 2010–2020

Historical Cumulative EV Sales, South Korea, 2010–2020

Top Selling PEV Models, South Korea 2010–2020

Top Selling HEV Models, South Korea 2010–2020

South Korea EV Market Snapshot, 2020

Market Share by Propulsion Type

Historical PEV Sales, South Korea 2010–2020

Historical BEV versus PHEV Sales, 2010–2020

Monthly PEV Sales Distribution, 2020

2020 PEV Sales—Top 10 OEMs and Models (BEVs and PHEVs)

Top Selling PEV Models, South Korea 2010–2020

PEV Passenger Car Forecast, 2021–2025

PEV Passenger Car Forecast Discussion, 2021–2025

Historical HEV Sales, South Korea 2010–2020

Historical FHEV vs. MHEV Sales, 2010–2020

Monthly HEV Sales Distribution, 2020

HEV Sales of Top 10 OEMs and Models, 2020 (FHEV and MHEV)

Top Selling HEV Models, South Korea 2010–2020

Charging Infrastructure in South Korea, 2020

Future of Charging Infrastructure in South Korea, 2020

OEM Highlight—Hyundai-Kia

OEM Highlight—Hyundai-Kia (continued)

OEM Highlight—Battery Manufacturers

OEM Highlight—Battery Manufacturers (continued)

South Korea’s eMobility Start-ups

South Korea’s eMobility Start-ups (continued)

South Korea’s EV Incentives

Regional Scenario—Key Drivers for EV Penetration

Regional Scenario—Key Restraints in the EV Market

Growth Opportunity 1—Li-ion Battery Recycling will be a Critical Industry in South Korea as it is Home to 3 of the World’s Leading Li-ion Battery Manufacturers

Growth Opportunity 1—Li-ion Battery Recycling will be a Critical Industry in South Korea as it is Home to 3 of the World’s Leading Li-ion Battery Manufacturers (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2—Unlocking the Commercialization Potential for the Rapidly Growing Charging Industry in South Korea

Growth Opportunity 2—Unlocking the Commercialization Potential for the Rapidly Growing Charging Industry in South Korea (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3—Partnerships and Acquisitions Enable Existing Oil & Gas Companies to Pivot to EV Charging and Leverage Existing Locations

Growth Opportunity 3—Partnerships and Acquisitions Enable Existing Oil & Gas Companies to Pivot to EV Charging and Leverage Existing Locations (continued)

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

List of Exhibits (continued)

Legal Disclaimer

Related Research
Automotive industry is rapidly evolving in terms of technology as well as tackling environmental issues. Electric vehicles (EVs) have been introduced as a clean energy initiative due to low or zero emissions and have come a long way to become an integral part of OEMs’ business strategies. Automakers are creating separate EV business units to be prepared for the expected EV boom in the future. But, the surge in EV demand will create a huge need for charging infrastructure, safety regulations, and new standards. South Korea is a curious market considering the technology leadership in battery production and strong EV sales (exports) in Europe, despite the home market lagging considerably behind Europe, China and US. Hybrids have done well in South Korea suggesting an enthusiasm for alternative fuel vehicles and environmental considerations. According to the public, primary factors for slow EV adoption are low EV range and lack of charging infrastructure. 2020 is an important year as PEVs had their highest annual sales ever while EV (PEVs and HEVs) market penetration surpassed 10% for the first time. The government made huge strides in expanding the charging infrastructure along with a renewed focus on increasing EV penetration while adopting stricter emission policies similar to Europe. Hyundai-Kia will be launching its first EVs based on the brand’s new pure electric E-GMP platform with state-of-the-art specs. Battery manufacturers, such as LG Chem, Samsung SDI, and SK Innovations have entered into an arms race to consolidate long-term supply contracts, raw material supply, R&D for improved batteries, chemistries, recycling, and other key partnerships as they brace themselves for the inevitable battery boom. The study gives us a detailed analysis of the EV market scenario with charts based on annual sales (anchored in 2020) as well as historical sales. PEVs and HEVs have separate sections. Data is compiled and presented in the form of: • Historical annual sales, monthly sales for 2020, and market penetration as well as YoY growth from 2010 to 2020 • Market share by EV type, and sales share of each EV type for the top 5 highest selling OEMS since 2010 • Top 10 models for 2020 as well as historical top 10 models for PEVs and HEVs • Charging station infrastructure data • Detailed regional incentives, regional scenarios (drivers and restraints) • Battery manufacturer profiles • Hyundai-Kia profile • Key EV-centric start-ups in the region The report also provides the growth opportunities to act on and the suggested actions.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • How has the EV market progressed from 2010
  • What is the most popular EV type, vehicle model, OEM, and vehicle segment year on year and cumulatively
  • What are the market shares for PHEVs, BEVs, FHEVs, and MHEVs, and how has their growth trend been since 2010
  • Which are the fastest growing OEMs, and which models have disrupted sales trends or exposed demand in the market
  • Which are the key participants in EV industry, and what are their plans for the immediate future (next 1 to 2 years)
  • Which are the significant EV start-ups in the region, and what sectors they are targeting
  • What is the current regional scenario in terms of incentives, drivers, and restraints
  • What are the growth opportunities
More Information
Author Ishaan Kolse
GPS Codes 9673-A6,9800-A6,9882-A6
Industries Automotive
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Podcast No
WIP Number MG09-01-00-00-00