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

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

RELEASE DATE
28-Jun-2005
REGION
North America
Research Code: F247-01-00-00-00
SKU: AU00496-EU-MR_09096

$4,950.00

Special Price $3,712.50 save 25 %

In stock
SKU
AU00496-EU-MR_09096

$4,950.00

$3,712.50 save 25 %

DownloadLink

Pay by invoice

ENQUIRE NOW

Description

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.

Table of Contents

Market Overview and Definitions

  • Introduction
  • Definitions of Interior Systems and Modules
  • Market Engineering Measurements

Market Drivers and Restraints

  • Market Drivers
  • Market Restraints

Market Measurements

  • Total Market Revenue Forecasts by Segment
  • Penetration Forecasts by Product Segment
  • Total Market Penetration by Vehicle and Product Segment
  • Total Market Penetration by Automaker

Value Chain Analysis

  • Value Chain Mapping
  • Automakers' Platform Strategies
  • Tier 1 and 2 Evolution
  • Product Design and Development

Key Market Trends

  • Supply Chain Management and Logistics
  • Future Supplier Park Evolution
  • Complete Interior Integration
  • Value Share Analysis by Vehicle and Product Segment

Frost & Sullivan Awards

  • Frost & Sullivan Award for Growth Leadership in Cockpit Modules
  • Frost & Sullivan Award for Customer Value Enhancement in Seating Systems
  • Frost & Sullivan Award for Voice of the Customer in Overhead Modules
  • Frost & Sullivan Award for Market Leadership in Interiors
  • Frost & Sullivan Award for Leadership in Modular Manufacturing

Introduction

Supply Chain Structure and Key Challenges

Market Measurements

Key Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle Manufacturers

Competitive Structure and Suppliers

Key Strategic Analysis

  • Market Overview
  • Market Engineering Measurements
  • Definition

Introduction

Supply Chain Structure and Key Challenges

Market Measurements

Key Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle Manufacturers

Competitive Structure and Suppliers

Strategic Analysis

Introduction

Supply Chain Structure and Key Challenges

Market Measurements

Key Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle Manufacturers

Competitive Structure and Suppliers

Key Strategic Analysis

Introduction

Supply Chain Structure and Key Challenges

Market Measurements

Key Sourcing Priorities of Vehicle Manufacturers

Competitive Structure and Suppliers

Strategic Analysis

Related Research
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.
More Information
No Index Yes
Podcast No
Industries Automotive
WIP Number F247-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No