Strategic Outlook of Global Electric Vehicle Market in 2015

The United States to Remain Leader and Sell over 162,000 EVs and PHEVs

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This outlook presents current electric vehicle (EV) market trends and gives an overview of the 2015 landscape. The research covers trends across Europe, North America, China, and select countries in Asia-Pacific. Additional content focuses on EV sales for 2014 by region and segment, and similarly estimates the market for 2015. It also offers a brief outline of the EV market to 2020. The study further discusses EV charging infrastructure trends across different geographies. Also, included are an analysis of future battery chemistries in EVs and a case study on the evolution of the Tesla Gigafactory. Key conclusions and a future outlook of the EV market conclude the research. The base year for analysis is 2013 and forecasts extend to 2020.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey Findings Executive Summary—OEM Strategies Electric and Hybrid VehiclesExecutive Summary—EV SalesExecutive Summary—Sales Forecast by Region and TechnologyExecutive Summary—Overview of Global Powertrain MarketExecutive Summary—Global EV Unit Sales Scenario AnalysisExecutive Summary—Model Launch Roadmap of Key OEMsExecutive Summary—EV Direct Current (DC) Charging Connectors Executive Summary—EV Charging Infrastructure in EuropeExecutive Summary—Future Battery Chemistries Technology RoadmapExecutive Summary—EV Battery Pack CostExecutive Summary—EV Market Highlights, ChinaResearch Scope, Objectives, Background, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aim and ObjectivesDefinitionsElectric Vehicle SegmentationElectric Propulsion TechnologyVehicle Segmentation Vehicle Segmentation (continued)2014 Highlights and Major Global Electric Vehicle TrendsEV Market: Top 10 Predictions for 2015 EV Market: Top 10 Predictions for 2015 (continued) OEM Strategies Electric and Hybrid VehiclesLi-ion Battery Capacity AnalysisEV Market Highlights—ChinaAttractive Service OptionsGlobal Electric Vehicle Market Outlook 2015Executive Summary—EV SalesComparative Analysis of Top EV OEMs by Region and Type—2014Regional HighlightsKey Market in the United StatesSales Forecast by Region and Technology2015 Outlook—European Market for EVs2015 Outlook—North American Market for EVsExecutive Summary—Overview of Global Powertrain MarketEV Unit Sales Scenario AnalysisEV Outlook by Region and TypeSales by Region—BEVSales by Region—PHEV and eREVSales by Region—FCVSales by Region—HEVElectric Vehicle Launches and SpecificationsExecutive Summary—Model Launch Roadmap of Key OEMsFCV LaunchTesla’s EV LineupBMW’s EV LineupLaunch of Hybrid Supercars in EuropeLaunch of Project LivewireElectric Vehicle Incentives and SubsidiesEV Purchase Incentives—Europe EV Purchase Incentives—Europe (continued) EV Purchase Incentives—United States EV Purchase Incentives—United States (continued) EV Purchase Incentives—United States (continued) EV Purchase Incentives—US and ChinaNew Energy Policy in China—HighlightsElectric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure EV Charging Overview—North AmericaEV Charging Overview—EuropeComparison of Refueling Time for EVs and FCVsEV DC Charging Connectors EV Charging Infrastructure in the United StatesEV Charging Infrastructure in EuropeTesla Super Charging Network—United StatesTesla Super Charging Network—Europe and ChinaCharging Station Forecast—JapanCharging Station Forecast—South Korea Electric Vehicle Battery OutlookMarket RoadmapTechnology RoadmapBattery Cell Selection ProcessCurrent and Future Battery RequirementsEV Range and Battery TypeEV Range and Battery Type (continued) EV Battery Pack CostBattery Warranty OverviewCase Study: Tesla Gigafactory Case Study: Tesla Gigafactory (continued)Key Electric Vehicle Introductions—2015Key 2015 Market Introductions—Plug-in Hybrids Key 2015 Market Introductions—Battery Electric VehiclesKey 2015 Market Introductions—Hydrogen Fuelled VehiclesConclusions and Future OutlookConclusions and Future OutlookAppendixMarket Engineering Methodology




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