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North American Automotive Production Outlook to 2018 by Vehicle Type (Passenger Cars, LCV, and HCV), Fuel Type (Gasoline, Diesel, and Others) and Key Country Level Markets (U.S., Canada, and Mexico)

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Publishing Date: April 2014
Report Code: AT 2302

 

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Automotive industry is a prime contributor to the Gross Domestic Product of a country, whose growth can be interlinked with the growth of the country’s economy. In addition to hikes in gasoline prices, imposition of stringent norms and emission regulations has changed the scenario of the automotive industry to more fuel efficient and eco-friendly vehicles. Leading the auto industry, the United States is the home to top Original Equipment Manufacturers, namely General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler participating as great benefactors to the growth of the North American automotive production market. The rising economy of Mexico has been at the forefront in terms of inward Foreign Direct Investments when it comes to the automotive industry over the past few years.

North American vehicle production is projected to grow at a CAGR of 7.5% over the next five years. U.S. production is expected to grow at a higher rate compared to other countries in North America, mainly due to increasing urbanization, and changing lifestyle of the population. In order to meet the increasing demand for vehicles in the region, OEMs have been pushing their production to higher levels.

This report covers vehicle production in terms of volume (thousand units) from 2011 to 2018. The North American automotive production market is broadly differentiated by geography (U.S., Canada, and Mexico), vehicle type (Passenger vehicles, Light Commercial Vehicles and Heavy Commercial Vehicles) and fuel type (Gasoline, Diesel, and others). Production forecasts are provided for each of the individual countries.

The report also provides a comprehensive review of market drivers, restraints, opportunities and challenges in the North American industry. The major players in the North American automotive production market have also been identified and profiled. The key players in the automotive market are identified as General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Fiat-Chrysler, and Honda.

Scope of the Report

Vehicle Trends in North America: Segmentation

North American Automotive Production Outlook Market

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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction (Page No. - 12)
   1.1 key Take-Aways
   1.2 report Description
        1.2.1 report Catalyst
        1.2.2 report Structure
   1.3 glance At Markets Covered
        1.3.1 by Country
        1.3.2 by Vehicle Type
        1.3.3 by Fuel Type
   1.4 stakeholders
   1.5 key Data Points & Sources
        1.5.1 secondary Sources
        1.5.2 key Data Points Taken From Primary Sources
   1.6 research Methodology & Assumption
        1.6.1 assumptions

2 Executive Summary (Page No. - 22)
   2.1 Light Commercial Vehicles: Leading Segment in Nafta
   2.2 Gasoline Trumps All

3 Market Overview (Page No. - 25)
   3.1introduction
   3.2 Market Dynamics
        3.2.1 North American Automotive Production: Drivers & Their Impact Analysis
               3.2.1.1 U.S.- Easy Availability of Skilled Labor and Technology
               3.2.1.2 Canada- Increasing Vehicle Demand
               3.2.1.3 Mexico- Lower Setup & Operational Cost
               3.2.1.4 U.S.- High Initial Set-Up Cost and Process
               3.2.1.5 Canada- Rising Labor and Raw Material Cost
               3.2.1.6 Mexico- Lack of Skilled Labor and Technicians
               3.2.1.7 U.S.- Highly Efficient Green Vehicles
               3.2.1.8 Canada- Changing The Models Produced in Canada
               3.2.1.9 Mexico- Exporting Is The Way to Go
   3.3 Burning Issues
        3.3.1 How to Keep Performance and Add Efficiency to It
   3.4 Winning Imperative
        3.4.1 Leanest, Meanest & Greenest Vehicle
   3.5 Value Chain Analysis
   3.6 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
   3.7 Pestle Analysis
   3.8 Market Share Analysis

4 North American Passenger Car Market,(Page No. - 44)
   4.1 Introduction
   4.2 North American Passenger Cars Production, By Country
   4.3 North American Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type
   4.4 North American Passenger Cars Production: Key Country Level Markets
        4.4.1 U.S. Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type
   4.5 North American Passenger Cars Production: Key Country Level Markets
        4.5.1 Mexico Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type
   4.6 North American Passenger Cars Production: Key Country Level Markets
        4.6.1 Canada Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type

5 North American Light Commercial Vehicles Market, By Country & Fuel Type (Page No. - 51)
   5.1 Introduction
   5.2 North American LCV Production, By Country
   5.3 North American LCV Production, By Fuel Type
   5.4 North American LCV Production: Key Country Level Markets
        5.4.1 U.S. LCV Production, By Fuel Type
        5.4.2 Mexico LCV Production, By Fuel Type
        5.4.3 Canada LCV Production, By Fuel Type

6 North American Heavy Commercial Vehicles Market, By Country & Fuel Type (Page No. - 60)
   6.1introduction
   6.2 North American HCV Production, By Country
   6.3 North American HCV Production, By Fuel Type
   6.4 North American HCV Production: Key Country Level Markets
        6.4.1 U.S. HCV Production, By Fuel Type
        6.4.2 Mexico HCV Production, By Fuel Type
        6.4.3 Canada HCV Production, By Fuel Type

7 Engine Production Scenario (Page No. - 69)
   7.1 North American Engine Manufacturing Scenario, 2011, By Fuel Type
   7.2 North American Engine Manufacturing Scenario, 2011, By Displacement
   7.3 North American Engine Manufacturing Scenario, 2011, By Manufacturer

8 Competitive Landscape & Strategies (Page No. - 73)
   8.1 Introduction
   8.2 Key Growth Strategies

9 Company Profiles (Page No. - 78)
   9.1 General Motors Co.
   9.2 Ford Motor Co.
   9.3 Fiat S.P.A.
   9.4 toyota Motor Co.
   9.5 Honda Motor Co.
   9.6 Nissan Motor Co.
   9.7 Volkswagen AG
   9.8 Hyundai Motor Co.
   9.9 BMW AG
   9.10 Daimler AG


List of Tables (30 Tables)

Table 1 Research Methodology: Forecasting Model
Table 2 North America: Passenger Cars Production, By Country, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 3 North America: Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 4 U.S.: Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 5 Mexico: Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 6 Canada: Passenger Cars Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 7 North America: LCV Production, By Country, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 8 North America: LCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 9 U.S.: LCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 10 Mexico: LCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 11 Canada: LCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 12 North America: HCV Production, By Country, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 13 North America: HCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 14 U.S.: HCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 15 Mexico: HCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 16 Canada: HCV Production, By Fuel Type, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Table 17 General Motors Co.: Revenue, By Segment, 2012-2013 ($Billion)
Table 18 Ford Motor Co.: Revenue, By Segment, 2011-2012 ($Billion)
Table 19 Fiat S.P.A.: Revenue, By Segment, 2011-2012 ($Billion)
Table 20 Toyota Motor Co.: Revenue, By Geography, 2012-2013 ($Billion)
Table 21 Toyota Motor Co.: Revenue, By Business Segment, 2012-2013 ($Billion)
Table 22 Honda Motor Co.: Automotive Segment Revenue, By Geography, 2012-2013 ($Million)
Table 23 Nissan Motor Co.: Revenue, By Segment, 2011-2012 ($Million)
Table 24 Volkswagen AG: Revenue, By Segment, 2011-2012 ($Million)
Table 25 Volkswagen AG: Revenue, By Geography, 2011-2012 ($Million)
Table 26 Hyundai Motors Co.: Revenue, By Segment, 2011-2012 ($Million)
Table 27 BMW AG: Revenue, By Segment, 2011-2012 ($Million)
Table 28 BMW AG: Revenue, By Geography, 2011-2012 ($Million)
Table 29 Daimler AG: Revenue, By Segment, 2012-2013 ($Billion)
Table 30 Daimler AG: Revenue, By Geography, 2012-2013 ($Billion)


List of Figures (20 Figures)

Figure 1 Glance At Markets Covered
Figure 2 Market Dynamics
Figure 3 Winning Imperative: The Balancing Act
Figure 4 North American Automotive Production Industry: Value Chain Analysis
Figure 5 North America Automotive Industry: Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
Figure 6 North American Automotive Production: Market Share Analysis 2012
Figure 7 Major Players’ Revenues (2012)
Figure 8 North America: Passenger Car Production, By Country, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Figure 9 North America: Passenger Car Production Share, By Fuel Type, 2013 Vs 2018
Figure 10 North America: Passenger Cars Production, By Country, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Figure 11 North America: LCV Production, By Country, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Figure 12 North America: LCV Production Share, By Fuel Type, 2013 Vs 2018
Figure 13 North America: HCV Production, By Country, 2011–2018 (‘000 Units)
Figure 14 North America: HCV Production Share, By Fuel Type, 2013 Vs 2018
Figure 15 North American Engine Manufacturing Scenario, 2011, By Fuel Type
Figure 16 North American Engine Manufacturing Scenario, 2011, By Displacement
Figure 17 North American Engine Manufacturing Scenario, 2011, By Manufacturer
Figure 18 Key Growth Strategies, 2011-2014
Figure 19 Key Growth Strategies Share, 2009-2014
Figure 20 Active Players in The Market

The North American automotive production market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 7.6%, indicating promising growth in the industry.

The North American automobile industry can be classified based on two segments, that is, by vehicle type (passenger cars, light-duty commercial vehicles (LCVs) and heavy-duty commercial vehicles (HCVs)) and by fuel type (gasoline, diesel, and other fuel types). This industry has grown at a very fast pace and during the course of time, the industry has matured to become one of the largest contributors to a country’s economic growth. This growth and advancement can be attributed to various different reasons like improving lifestyle, growing urbanization and population, increasing awareness regarding environmental problems, and an increase in the demand for fuel efficiency. To meet rigorous environmental laws, the automotive industry has been coming up with continuous technological advancements in the powertrain as well as other components of an automobile.

The key factors driving the growth of North American automotive production market is increasing demand in the entire North American market due to rise in population, as well as new and improved technologies in the powertrain sector. Growth in economy, availability of skilled labor, and new technologies, are the other factors that are pushing the automotive industry to new and greater heights in the region. The availability of cheap labor in some parts of the region is also a plus point as it saves on production cost for these companies and hence improves their profit margins. All these factors have put the automobile industry in the North American region on a promising growth track.

The major market for the automobile industry in the North American region is the U.S. where vehicle production is expected to reach 17,325.99 thousand units by 2018. This growth has been mainly attributed to the growth in demand of light-duty commercial vehicles and passenger cars. Right behind the U.S. is Mexico, which is growing at a much faster rate than that of Canada and will be significantly ahead of Canadian vehicle production over the next five years.

The key automobile manufacturers in the North American region are identified as General Motor Co., Ford Motor Co., Toyota Motors Co., Honda Motors Co., and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. These companies collectively account for a major share of the complete North American automotive production market. However, the demand for the vehicles of these key companies is highly dependent on the end consumer’s choice and the different government directives, which are passed.

This report covers the market for automobile manufacturing industry based on vehicle type (passenger cars, LCVs and HCVs) and fuel Type (Gasoline, Diesel, and other fuel types). The market size is arrived at, only considering the North American region with focus on the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, with qualitative insights for the markets. All the market estimates given are in terms of value (thousand units).

North American Automotive Production Outlook Market

Source: Industry Journals, Company Presentations, and MarketsandMarkets Analysis

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