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The Electric and Range Extended Electric Light-Vehicle Report

This new 158 page report analyses the market drivers, market challenges and market dynamics and forecasts for electric and range extended electric light-vehicles. Available electric vehicles are also featured.

Furthermore the report examines enabling technologies including batteries and energy storage, new anode technologies, electric motors, transmissions, range extenders and electric vehicle supply equipment.

Background to this research
Currently, there is a range of established and emerging technologies competing for a place alongside the gasoline- and diesel-fuelled ICE in the road transportation sector. Natural gas is widely established as an alternative fuel, particularly in developing countries. Ethanol is well established in Brazil, for example, and its use elsewhere, particularly in the US, is increasing. Biodiesel production and use is increasing worldwide.

Hybrid-electric drivetrains are well established in the market and other hybrid technologies, such as hybrid-hydraulic and hybrid-kinetic, are being investigated; several OEMs are conducting hydrogen fuel cell vehicle trials; and the first mass-production EVs and REEVs are now on the market.

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
Figure 1: GM s EV 1 Source: Auto Evolution
Figure 2: Vehicle size and duty cycle aligned to powertrain Source: Toyota
Figure 3: Well-to-wheel CO2 emissions by powertrain including source considerations Source: Eduardo Velasco Orosco, UAEM & GMM
Figure 4: Comparative drivetrain costing per percentage point CO2 reduction Source: Toyota
Figure 5: Well-to-wheel powertrain costs relative to conventional Source: Eduardo Velasco Orosco, UAEM & GMM
Figure 6: Future light vehicle fuel mix forecast to 2030 Source: Various including PRTM Research and OICA(April 2011)
Figure 7: Fuel economy standards to 2015 for selected countries (US mpg) Source: Various
Figure 8: CO reductions in the EU, Japan and the US, 2000 – 2010 Source: Implats
Figure 9: NOx reductions in the EU, Japan and the US, 2000 – 2010 Source: Implats
Figure 10: HC reductions in the EU, Japan and the US, 2000 – 2010 Source: Implats
Figure 11: Diesel PM reductions in the EU, Japan and the US, 2000 – 2010 Source: Implats
Figure 12: Lifecycle emissions and fuel use per mile for light gasoline and electric cars Source: US Department of Energy
Figure 13: WTI crude oil spot price (USD), 1985 – November 2011 Source: US Energy Information Administration
Figure 14: US all grades retail gasoline price (USD), 1995 – November 2011 Source: US Energy Information Administration
Figure 15: Comparison of average well-to-wheel CO2 emissions of ICEs with those of EVs powered by the average EU electricity mix Source: C E Delft
Figure 16: Fuel chain efficiency rates for ICE and EV vehicles Source: SupplierBusiness
Figure 17: Rapidly converging powertrain costs Source: McKinsey
Figure 18: European and US consumer expectations of plug-in hybrid range (miles) Source: AutoTECHCAST
Figure 19: EV driving range as a function of ambient temperature Source: GM
Figure 20: 1990 US driving patterns (miles) Source: 1990 Nationwide personal transportation survey
Figure 21: Percentage of daily journeys (km) by country Source: Nissan
Figure 22: Lithium demand forecast to 2020 Source: TRU Group
Figure 23: Principal uses of selected rare earth oxides Source: Avalon Rare Metals
Figure 24: Rare earth oxide prices (USD), 2008 – November 2011 Source: Lynas Corporation
Figure 25: Global rare earth production (tons) forecast to 2014 Source: D. Kingsworth (Industial Miner) in PRTM April 2011
Figure 26: Growth of EV charging facilities in China Source: Research China
Figure 27: Changes and opportunities in the value chain Source: Ricardo
Figure 28: EV market forecast by region, 2011 – 2017 Source: IHS Automotive
Figure 29: REEV market forecast by region, 2011 – 2017 Source: IHS Automotive

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The Brazilian Supplier Report

In 2011, Brazil was the world’s seventh largest auto producer, turning out 3.41 million vehicles and also the fifth largest auto market, with sales of 3.63 million representing increases of 7% and 3.4% respectively on the previous year. But of greater significance is the fact that the market in Brazil had continued to grow strongly throughout the global economic downturn of the previous two years. In 2009, despite a 43% drop in exports, local vehicle production slipped only 1% as domestic sales bucked the global gloom, growing by 11.5%.

The continued resilience of Brazil’s auto market and the increasing affluence of Brazilian consumers has certainly attracted renewed global attention and has stimulated a flurry of substantial new investments from international vehicle manufacturers and suppliers. Whilst the initial success of these new projects may rest on the continuing growth of the domestic market, their longer-term sustainability will require Brazil to place greater emphasis on building international sales and trading partnerships than has previously been the case. The increased levels of vehicle assembly will also place new pressure on the local supply base and the availability of indigenous engineering skills.

This first edition report examines the Brazilian economy and reports on developments at those car and truck makers currently active in Brazil. Furthermore the report includes sections on the component sector, new automotive investments, the automotive market, alternative technologies, business challenges and the road ahead.

Finally the report provides detailed profiles and analysis of 69 key automotive suppliers in Brazil.

Introduction : Booming Brazil
The Economy
Key Economic And Political Indicators
International Trade
Trade Patterns In The Automotive Sector
Government Policy
Local Business Sentiment

The Brazilian Automotive Industry Today
Historical Background
Passenger Cars

The Major Producers
Vw
Ford Motor Co
General Motors
Fiat
Renault
Psa
Honda
Hyundai
Nissan
Commercial Vehicles
Light Commercial Vehicles
The Major Truck Makers
Man
Mercedes Benz
Scania
Iveco
Agrale
Paccar
Coach And Bus Bodybuilders
The Component Sector
Engine Production
New Automotive Investments
Vehicle Engineering In Brazil
The Automotive Market In Brazil
The Vehicle Parc In Brazil
Local Preferences And Prices
The Aftermarket
Alternative Technologies In Brazil
The Flex-Fuel Phenomenon
Biodiesel
Hybrid And Electric Vehicles
Business Challenges In Brazil
The Road Ahead

Supplier Profiles
Acumuladores Moura
Aethra Sistemas Automotivos
Aisin do Brasil
Aunde Brasil
Autoliv do Brasil
Autometal
Automotiva Usiminas
Behr Brasil
Bekaert do Brasil
Borrachas Vipal
Bridgestone do Brasil Industria e Comercio
Chris Cintos de Segurança
Cinpal
Continental Group
Cummins Brasil
Dana Indústrias
Delga Indústria
Denso do Brasil
DHB Componentes Automotivos
Dura Automotive Systems
Fabricas Nacional de Instrumentos
Fibam Companhia Industrial
Fras-Le
Freios Controil
Fumagalli Automotive Wheels
Fundiçáo Tupy
Goodyear do Brasil
Grupo Brasil
Hyosung do Brasil
Indústrias Arteb
Iochpe-Maxion
Jardim Sistemas
Kieper do Brasil
Magna Seating
Mahle Metal Leve
Mangels Industrial
Maxion Componentes Automotivos
Maxion Rodas e Chassis
Michelin
Nemak Alumínio do Brasil
NFP Steering DriveSol
NSK do Brasil
NTN do Brasil
Pirelli Pneus
Plascar
Plastic Omnium
Proema Automotiva
PST Electrônica
Randon
Robert Bosch
Romi
Sabó Group
Saint-Gobain Sekurit Brasil
Sifco
Sociedade Fabricante de Peças
Soplast
Stanley Electric do Brasil
Sumidenso do Brasil
Suspensys Sistemas Automotivos
Takata Petri
ThyssenKrupp Group
TMD Friction do Brasil
Tower Automotive do Brasil
TRW Automotive
Valeo Sistemas Automotivos
Vibracoustic do Brasil
Visteon Sistemas Automotivos
WHB Componentes Automotivos
ZF do Brasil

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Mexican Automotive Supplier Report

Mexico, which has been a favoured destination for many US-based automakers and suppliers, is seeing growing investments from Japanese automakers too. Honda, Mazda and Nissan have lined up major investments in the country over the next two to three years, centered on increasing production and assembly operations as well as on setting up supplier parks. Many Japanese suppliers are following their OE customers, who are expanding their operations in Mexico.

As a result, new component production plants are expected to be established in certain key areas such as Baja California in Mexico. The industry is gearing up to regain the one-million units sales mark in 2014, a year when IHS expects annual vehicle sales in Mexico to touch 1.03 million. By 2020, vehicle sales in Mexico are projected to reach 1.3 million units. Vehicle production in Mexico reached a high of 2.1 million units in 2008 but the global financial crisis caused a sharp decline of 28.7% year-on-year in 2009 to 1.49 million units. Since then vehicle production is on recovery path in Mexico, largely driven by a revival in exports with vehicle production increasing 51% to 2.26 million in 2010 and a further 12.8% to a record 2.55 million in 2011 to become the eighth largest vehicle manufacturing country worldwide after China, Japan, US, Germany, South Korea, Brazil and India. IHS Automotive forecast that vehicle production in the country will breach 4.2 million units in 2020.

About this report

This second edition report examines the current economic scenario in Mexico including increasing foreign investment, the weak Peso, regulations and plethora of foreign trade agreements, foreign investment and the export orientated market.

The report goes on to examine the Mexican automotive industry including domestic sales and production analysis, the leading car makers in Mexico, export driven growth and increasing investments with particularly increased interest from Japan and Europe.

The supplier industry in Mexico is vast, and spread across all tiers. This is analysed along with the various automotive clusters, competitive advantage and outlook and challenges for the future. Finally the report also includes the detailed analysis of each of 75 key suppliers active in Mexico.

Executive Summary
Economic Scenario in Mexico
Key Indicators
Export-oriented market; FTAs cover over 40 countries
NAFTA
Increasing foreign investment
Government incentives for suppliers
Mexico s regulations for manufacturing plants – Maquiladora Programme
Weak Peso has made exports attractive

Overview of Mexico s Automotive Industry
Domestic vehicle sales recording reasonable recovery since 2008-09 s slowdown
Leading automakers in Mexico
C-segment dominates local automotive market
Greater reliance on import to meet local demand
Industry performance in 2012
Automakers increasing investments
Japanese automakers expanding presence
European automakers interest is growing too
Mexico becoming attractive manufacturing base for smaller, fuel-efficient vehicles

Mexico s Automotive Components Supply Base
United States is a major export destination
Investments by Suppliers
Powertrain production dominates
Dominance of foreign suppliers
Few strong domestic suppliers
Growing trend of co-location
Major automotive clusters

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Indian Supplier Report

Backed up with insights from key figures in the Indian automotive industry, this report provides a detailed overview of the current state of the industry and the prospects for the future. The report analyses the Indian component sector and also assesses current OEM supplier relations.

Furthermore the report looks at automotive cluster development by region and outlines the challenges facing the Indian supplier industry. The report goes on to detail government policy and infrastructure development and includes the results of our recent Indian supplier survey.

Finally the report includes profiles and analysis of 120 of the key automotive suppliers in India.

Background to this research
The automotive industry in India has witnessed phenomenal growth in the three decades after the country’s government partially opened the highly regulated domestic auto market in the early 1980s and especially after the comprehensive economic reforms in 1991.

Within a relatively short period, India has emerged as a major player in the global industry. The region has achieved rapid productivity improvements and while expanding its share in global markets. The rapid growth has also prompted the entry of dynamic foreign automakers and suppliers, who have raised the bar for their Indian counterparts in terms of quality and pricing.

List of Figures and Tables
Figure 1: Vehicle Sales and Production in India (2002-2011)
Figure 2: Two-wheelers dominates Indian automotive market both in term of sales and production
Figure 3: Two-wheeler Sales and Production in India (2004-2011)
Figure 4: Three-wheeler Sales and Production in India (2004-2011)
Figure 5: Indian Light Vehicle Sales
Figure 6: Indian Light vehicle Production
Figure 7: Vehicles Sales Percentage segment in India (2011)
Figure 8: Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz sales in India (2009-2011, 2016, and 2022)
Figure 9: India Light Vehicles Sales Forecast
Figure 10: India Light Vehicles Production Forecast
Figure 11: Indian Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicle Sales and Production (2002-2011)
Figure 12: Indian Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicle Sales and Production Forecast (2012-2022)
Figure 13: Indian Vehicle Exports (2004-2011)
Figure 14: India s Consumer Price Inflation (Jan-09 to Jan-12)
Figure 15: India s Central Bank Lending Rates (Jan-09 to Sep-11)
Figure 16: Indian Petrol and Diesel prices (Mar-10 to Dec-11)
Figure 17: BRIC GDP Forecast (2008-2014)
Figure 18: India has one of the lowest car densities in the world
Figure 19: Vehicle Sales and Production Forecast in India (2012-2022)
Figure 20: Turnover of India s automotive parts industry
Figure 21: Components Manufactured in India by use in Vehicle
Figure 22: India’s Auto Component Export Destinations Percent Share (FY2010-2011)
Figure 23: India’s Auto Component Export Destinations Percent Share (FY2009-2010)
Figure 24: India’s Auto Component Import Locations Percent Share (FY2010-2011)
Figure 25: India’s Auto Component Import Locations Percent Share (FY2009-2010)
Figure 26: Indian export and import value in USD (2005-2011)
Figure 27: Two-wheelers and commercial vehicles continue to drive industry growth , passenger vehicles segment recorded impressive recovery
Figure 28: Production of Light Vehicle Engines and Transmissions in India
Figure 29: Indian Supplier Investments in USD (2005-2011)
Figure 30: Map of Automotive Clusters in India
Figure 31: Raw Material Prices
Figure 32: Exchange Rate – INR against USD (Jan-10 to Jan-12)
Figure 33: Exchange Rate – INR against EUR (Jan-10 to Jan-12)
Figure 34: Exchange Rate – INR against JPY (Jan-10 to Jan-12)
Figure 35: Cargo handled at major Indian ports from 2004-05 to 2010-11
Figure 36: Indian ranks third in terms of infrastructure among BRIC countries
Figure 37: Survey – More than 60% of suppliers expect India’s automotive market to grow at 10-20% over the next five years
Figure 38: Survey – High inflation and interest rates ‘very important’ challenges for suppliers
Figure 39: Survey – Retaining talent ‘most challenging’ issue for suppliers
Figure 40: Survey – Volatility in OEM demand, input costs fluctuation weigh heavy on suppliers’ minds
Figure 41: Survey – Maruti Suzuki, Volkswagen most attractive OEMs among suppliers
Figure 42: Survey – Toyota, Volkswagen and Honda most exacting about testing and validation of components
Figure 43: Survey – Maruti Suzuki, Volkswagen and Toyota rank high on demanding supplier expansion

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Hybrid Electric Light Vehicles Report – 2012 Edition

This 284 page report provides a detailed study on the Hybrid Electric Light Vehicles sector examining market drivers, types of hybrid, market challenges along with market dynamics and forecasts.

Furthermore, the report examines enabling technologies and looks at OEM strategies as well as including profiles of 22 key suppliers within this sector.

Background to this research
During the past two to three years the hybrid powertrain has to all intents and purposes become part of the mainstream. Where even five years ago there were some lingering doubts that hybrid vehicle might be something of a side show because strong technical performance from high performance diesel engines, together with downsizing and turbocharging, seemed to be able to deliver the fuel economy benefits in a more effective manner both for the OEM and the consumer.

However, not only is hybridisation here to stay as part of most OEMs’ mainstream offerings, there have been large gains in technology performance and relative cost benefits, as OEMs and suppliers have devoted significant resources to bringing the on-cost of a hybrid powertrain down whilst improving performance.

Introduction
History
Powertrain choices
The growing frequency of patent filings

Types of hybrid
Series
Parallel
Series/parallel
Full
Mild or assist
Plug-in
Hydraulic
Kinetic
Pneumatic

Market drivers
Emissions standards
Europe
The United States
Japan
China
Other countries
Incentives and government policy
Europe
North America
Japan
China
The global oil supply
Fuel prices
Consumer preferences
United States
United Kingdom
China

Market challenges
Price
Competition from other technologies
Diesels
Stop-start technology
Recharging infrastructure for plug-in hybrids
Electricity grid issues
‘Smart’ grids and frequency regulation
Standards
Environmental performance of plug-in hybrids
Resource supply
Lithium
Rare earth elements

Market dynamics and forecasts
Development of the plug-in hybrid market
New business models for OEMs, grid companies and suppliers
Market forecasts
North America
Europe
Japan
China
Global plug-in hybrid demand

Enabling technologies
Batteries and energy storage
Energy and power density
Cycle life
Technology cost
Safety
Cell components and construction
Lithium battery chemistries
Other battery chemistries
Super-capacitors and ultra-capacitors
Energy storage membrane
Electric motors
Direct-current (DC) Motors
Asynchronous alternating-current (AC) motors
Synchronous AC motors
Switched reluctance motors
Axial-Flux Motors
Integrated starter-generators (ISG)
Belt-driven alternator-starters (BAS)
Transmissions
One-Mode and two-mode Hybrids
Antonov
FEV
Fiat Powertrain
Getrag
IAV
Jatco
Wrightspeed
ZF
Regenerative braking
Electric ancillaries
Electronic components
Supplier systems
Aftermarket plug-in hybrid conversions

OEM strategies
BMW
Daimler
Ford
General Motors
Honda
Hyundai/Kia
Nissan
Porsche
Proton
PSA Peugeot Citroën
Renault
Toyota
Volkswagen
Audi
Other OEMs
Appendix 1 – Plug-in hybrid vehicle availability
Appendix 2 – US laws, regulations and incentives

Supplier Profiles
Aisin AW
Allison Transmissions
Azure Dynamics
Bosch
Cobasys
Continental
Denso
Hitachi
JATCO
Johnson Controls
Keihin
Maxwell Technologies
NessCap
Saft
Sanyo
Sumitomo Wiring
TDK
Toyota Industries
UQM Technologies
Visteon
Yazaki
ZF

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Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US 2011-2015

HTML clipboardTechNavio’s analysts forecast the Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US to grow at a CAGR of 4.9 percent over the period 2011-2015. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increasing demand for high-performance tires. The Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US has also been witnessing the demand for lower cost tires. However, the emerging threat from stringent environment regulations could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.

TechNavio’s report, the Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket 2011-2015, has been prepared based on an in-depth analysis of the market with inputs from industry experts. The report focuses on the US regions; it also covers the Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market.

Key vendors dominating this market space include Bridgestone Corp., Cooper Tire and Rubber Co.

Michelin SCA, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. Other vendors mentioned in the report: Pirelli Tire, and Continental Corp., Accuride Corp., TBC Corp., The General Tire and Rubber Co., Yokohama Tire Corp., Hankook Tire Co. Ltd., Toyo Tire U.S.A. Corp., Falken Tire Corp., Kumho Tires Co. Inc.

Key questions answered in this report:
What will the market size be in 2015 and at what rate will it grow?
What key trends is this market subject to?
What is driving this market?
What are the challenges to market growth?
Who are the key vendors in this market space?
What are the opportunities and threats faced by each of these key vendors?
What are the strengths and weaknesses of each of these key vendors?

01. Executive Summary
02. Introduction
03. Market Coverage
04. Market Landscape
05. Vendor Landscape
06. Buying Criteria
07. Market Growth Drivers
08. Drivers and their Impact
09. Market Challenges
10. Impact of Drivers and Challenges
11. Market Trends
12. Key Vendor Analysis
12.1 The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.
12.2 Bridgestone Corp.
12.3 Michelin SCA
12.4 Cooper Tire and Rubber Co.
13. Other Reports in this Series

List of Exhibits:
Exhibit 1: Overview of the Automotive Aftermarket in the US
Exhibit 2: Automotive Aftermarket in the US 2011-2015 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 3: Automotive Aftermarket in the US by Vehicle Segmentation 2011-2015(in percent)
Exhibit 4: Light Vehicle Aftermarket in the US by Revenue Segmentation 2011
Exhibit 5: Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US by Product Segmentation 2011 (in percent)
Exhibit 6: Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US 2011-2015 (US$ billion)
Exhibit 7: Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US by Type of Tire 2011 (in percent)
Exhibit 8: Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US by Unit Shipment 2011-2015 (US$ million)
Exhibit 9: Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket Unit Shipments in the US by Product Segmentation 2011-2015 (US$ million)
Exhibit 10: Light Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US by Vendor Segmentation 2011
Exhibit 11: Light Truck Tire Aftermarket in the US by Vendor Segmentation 2011
Exhibit 12: Passenger Vehicle Tire Aftermarket in the US by Vendor Segmentation 2011

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