Strategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets

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This study covers the North American market for automotive interior systems and modules -- that is, vehicle interior equipment that automakers buy as systems or modules rather than as individual components. Cockpit systems; carpet, acoustic, and cargo management systems; overhead systems; and seating systems are detailed. Drivers and restraints of the trend to modularization are presented, as are unit shipment and revenue forecasts for each system type. Penetration rates by vehicle segment and by automaker are forecast. The competitive situation and major competitors are discussed for each system. Forecasts run to 2011.

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Strategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryStrategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, Total Market for Interior Systems and ModulesMarket Overview and DefinitionsIntroductionDefinitions of Interior Systems and ModulesMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Drivers and RestraintsMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Measurements Total Market Revenue Forecasts by SegmentPenetration Forecasts by Product Segment Total Market Penetration by Vehicle and Product SegmentTotal Market Penetration by AutomakerValue Chain AnalysisValue Chain MappingAutomakers' Platform Strategies Tier 1 and 2 EvolutionProduct Design and DevelopmentKey Market TrendsSupply Chain Management and LogisticsFuture Supplier Park EvolutionComplete Interior IntegrationValue Share Analysis by Vehicle and Product SegmentFrost & Sullivan AwardsFrost & Sullivan Award for Growth Leadership in Cockpit ModulesFrost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Enhancement in Seating SystemsFrost & Sullivan Award for Voice of the Customer in Overhead ModulesFrost & Sullivan Award for Market Leadership in InteriorsFrost & Sullivan Award for Leadership in Modular ManufacturingStrategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, Cockpit ModulesIntroductionMarket OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsDefinitionSupply Chain Structure and Key ChallengesSupply Chain StructureKey ChallengesMarket Measurements Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastsPenetration Analysis by Vehicle SegmentPenetration Analysis by AutomakerKey Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle ManufacturersBMW Manufacturing Corp.DaimlerChryslerFord Motor CompanyGeneral Motors CorporationHonda of America Manufacturing Inc. Nissan North AmericaToyota Motor Manufacturing North AmericaVolkswagen de Mexico S.A. de C.V.Competitive Structure and SuppliersMarket Share Analysis Collins and Aikman CorporationVisteon CorporationDelphi CorporationJohnson Controls Inc.Calsonic Kansei North America Inc.Other SuppliersKey Strategic Analysis Value Analysis and Trends by Vehicle SegmentComponent-Level Value Analysis and TrendsCost Benefit AnalysisStrategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, Carpet; Acoustic and Cargo Management SystemsIntroductionMarket OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsDefinitionSupply Chain Structure and Key ChallengesSupply Chain StructureKey ChallengesMarket Measurements Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastsPenetration Analysis by Vehicle SegmentKey Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle ManufacturersBig ThreeOthersCompetitive Structure and SuppliersMarket Share Analysis Collins and Aikman CorporationFaurecia Interior SystemsIntier AutomotiveJohnson Controls Inc.Lear CorporationRieter Automotive North America Inc.Strategic Analysis Value Analysis and Trends by Vehicle SegmentCost Benefit AnalysisStrategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, Overhead ModulesIntroductionMarket OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsDefinitionSupply Chain Structure and Key ChallengesSupply Chain StructureKey ChallengesMarket Measurements Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastsPenetration Analysis by Vehicle SegmentPenetration Analysis by AutomakerKey Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle ManufacturersBMW Manufacturing Corp.DaimlerChryslerFord Motor CompanyGeneral Motors CorporationHonda of America Manufacturing Inc. Nissan North AmericaToyota Motor Manufacturing North AmericaVolkswagen de Mexico S.A. de C.V.Competitive Structure and SuppliersMarket Share Analysis Johnson Controls Inc.Lear CorporationIntier Automotive Grupo AntolinKey Strategic Analysis Value Analysis and Trends by Vehicle SegmentComponent-Level Value Analysis and TrendsCost Benefit AnalysisStrategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, Seating SystemsIntroductionMarket OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsDefinitionSupply Chain Structure and Key ChallengesSupply Chain StructureKey ChallengesMarket Measurements Unit Shipment and Revenue ForecastsPenetration Analysis by Vehicle SegmentPenetration Analysis by AutomakerKey Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle ManufacturersBMW Manufacturing Corp.DaimlerChrysler Corp.Ford Motor CompanyGeneral Motors CorporationHonda of America Manufacturing Inc. Nissan North AmericaToyota Motor Manufacturing North AmericaVolkswagen de Mexico S.A. de C.V.Competitive Structure and SuppliersMarket Share Analysis Lear CorporationJohnson Controls Inc. and Joint VenturesFaurecia Interior SystemsIntier AutomotiveOthersStrategic Analysis Value Analysis and Trends by Vehicle SegmentComponent-Level Value Analysis and TrendsCost Benefit AnalysisStrategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, AppendixGlossaryAbbreviationsCompound Annual Growth RateConversion EquationsExchange RatesStrategic Analysis of the North American Automotive Interior Systems and Modules Markets, Decision Suppport DatabaseDecision Support DatabaseTrade Regulations in North AmericaVehicle Platforms United StatesGlobal Joint Ventures and AffiliationsGlobal Light Vehicle ProductionGlobal Light Vehicle Sales




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