This research service provides an overview of Malaysia's National Automotive Policy 2014 with a focus on the policy’s strategic imperatives, objectives, specific goals, and the roadmap for achieving the same. The study also discusses the future of green cars, eco-cars, and other energy-efficient vehicles in ASEAN and Malaysia. The study includes descriptions on the ASEAN and Malaysia green cars sales and programs and also provides an insight into NAP 2014. This study also discusses the future of hybrids, EVs and other EEVs, while providing a company perspective on the same.
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Strategic Assessment of Malaysian National Automotive Policy 2014Executive SummaryKey FindingsASEAN and Malaysia Automotive Market OverviewRanking of ASEAN Passenger Car SalesTotal Automotive Industry Volumes (TIV) in ASEAN2013 Highlights of ASEAN Automotive MarketKey Players in ASEAN Passenger Car MarketTotal Automotive Industry Volumes in MalaysiaMarket Share Analysis of Passenger Cars Market in MalaysiaPassenger Car Market Breakdown by Vehicle Segments in MalaysiaASEAN and Malaysian Green Car Sales and Programs Green Car Sales in ASEANHybrid Vehicle Sales in MalaysiaKey Causes for Formulation of Policies by ASEAN GovernmentsEco and Green Car Programs in Malaysia, Indonesia, and ThailandEco and Green Car Programs in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand (continued)Eco and Green Car Programs in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand (continued)Energy Efficient Vehicles (EEVs) in MalaysiaMalaysian National Automotive Policy (NAP) 2014Strategic Imperatives of Revised National Automotive PolicyStrategic Imperatives of Revised National Automotive Policy (continued)Key Stakeholders of National Automotive Policy 2014Key Objectives and Targets of National Automotive Policy2020 Targets of National Automotive PolicyCore Direction and Strategy of National Automotive PolicyInvestment Direction of National Automotive PolicyTechnology and Direction of National Automotive PolicyMonetary Incentives Offered by National Automotive PolicyMarket Expansion Direction of National Automotive PolicyComponent and Spare-Part Supply Chain DevelopmentHuman Capital DevelopmentSafety and Environment Strategic RoadmapsStrategic Roadmaps (continued)Recent DevelopmentsRecent Developments (continued)Future of Hybrids, EVs, and Other EEVsFuture of Hybrids, EVs and Other EEVsFuture of Hybrids, EVs and Other EEVs (continued)Frost & Sullivan PerspectiveFrost & Sullivan Perspective—EEV ProgramFrost & Sullivan Perspective—Development of Globally Competitive Automotive VendorsFrost & Sullivan Perspective—Reduction of Car PricesKey Policy SignalsOffer to Automotive DealersKey Conclusions and Future OutlookKey Conclusions and Future OutlookLegal DisclaimerAppendixTable of Acronyms and Abbreviations Table of Acronyms and Abbreviations (continued) 1. Automotive Supplier Capability Level2. ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Framework3. Impact of AEC 4. Phases of AEC Implementation5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps 5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps (continued)5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps (continued)5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps (continued)5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps (continued)5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps (continued)5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps (continued)5. Details of Strategic Roadmaps (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy