Chinese Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing Report, 2016

  • ID: 3975795
  • Report
  • Region: China
  • 95 Pages
  • Research In China
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The Car Manufacturing of Most Internet Companies has Been Still in Planning and Conceptual Phase, But Only a Few have Made Substantial Progress

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alibaba
  • Chehejia
  • Harmony Futeng
  • LeSEE
  • NextEV
  • WM Motor
  • MORE

Starting in 2014, Internet giants like LeEco, Alibaba, Tencent, Google, and Baidu announced to set foot in the field of intelligent connected cars successively. Moreover, the emerging internet firms that venture into car manufacturing such as ZHICHEAUTO, Xiaopeng Motors, NextEV, and WM Motor were successively established, which obviously paces up the development of Internet giants' car manufacturing. In 2016, various news about Internet giants' car manufacturing aroused public concern. First, senior executives of traditional automakers left for internet companies that venture into car manufacturing, and then LeSEE was released and NextEV and JAC signed OEM agreements.

So far, however, the car manufacturing of most internet companies has been still in planning and conceptual phase, but only a few have made substantial progress, which is reflected in the following:

  • In terms of product, most players have launched concept cars. In July 2016, Alibaba and BAIC jointly rolled out Roewe RX5, a connected car model that can be mass produced, with the order volume of 25,000 units in the first month after the release.
  • As for the footprint of auto plants, some Internet giants that venture into car manufacturing has started construction of their independent manufacturing factories, such as LeSEE’s Zhejiang Base, Chehejia’sChangwu Base in Changzhou, WM Motor’s Wenzhou Base, and LingyunIntelligent’s Hefei Base; others have confirmed their OEM plants, including NextEV (with JAC), Xiaopeng Motors, and ZHICHEAUTO.
  • With regard to financing, most Internet giants that venture into car manufacturing have achieved A-round of financing, such as LeSEE (USD1.08 billion), WM Motor (USD1 billion), and Chehejia (USD780 million); only a few companies are conducting B round of financing.
  • In terms of automotive manufacturing qualification, only a small number of Internet firms have gained qualification for the production of new energy vehicles through M&A or cooperation, these companies including Dearcc (cooperation withSoueast Motor) and Harmony Futeng (through the holding of Zhejiang Green Field Motor). As yet, there has been no individual Internet company that has obtained the qualification for manufacturing new energy vehicles.
  • In the short run, restricted by basic manufacturing of automobiles and layout of production line, the development of Internet giants that venture into car manufacturing is pessimistic, and they still need to put fund into the development of telematics products, ADAS, and other Internet technological products.
  • But in the long run, according to the strategic planning for Internet giants' car manufacturing, Internet giants that venture into car manufacturing happen to share the development direction with traditional car makers. Development of electricity-driven, intelligent, and internet-connected auto products helps make it possible to mutually fuse Internet companies’ hardware-oriented development with internet-connection of traditional auto makers, at length leading to a gradual fusion development.
  • This mainly comes out of the following factors: (1) favorable polices on Internet Plus and new energy vehicles; (2) the increase in demand for personalized and customized automobiles; (3) With Internet technical superiority, Internet giants that venture into car manufacturing could easily make layout in Internet-connected vehicles in advance.

The report mainly includes three sections:

1. Industry policies, development history, development path, financing, and development trend, etc. of China’s Internet giants' car manufacturing industry;
2. Current situation, enterprise presence, and development trend, etc. of intelligent, electricity-driven, and Internet-connected automobiles in China
3. Core talents, financing, plants, strategic planning, and development layout, etc. of 13 Chinese Internet giants that venture into car manufacturing.

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alibaba
  • Chehejia
  • Harmony Futeng
  • LeSEE
  • NextEV
  • WM Motor
  • MORE

1 Overview of Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
1.1 Definition
1.2 Classification
1.3 Characteristics
1.4 Advantages and Disadvantages

2 Development of Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing Market
2.1 Overview
2.2 Policy
2.3 Development Path
2.4 Financing
2.5 Product Positioning
2.6 Profit Model
2.7 Sales Channel
2.8 Development Trend
2.8.1 Boosting Transformation of Automobile Industry
2.8.2 Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing Leans to Fusion Development
2.8.3 Automobiles will Develop towards Electricity-Driven, Smart, and Internet-connected Cars

3 Chinese Automobiles will Develop towards Electricity-Driven, Smart, and Internet-connected Cars
3.1 Electric Vehicle
3.1.1 Current Situation
3.1.2 Corporate Competition
3.2 Internet-Connected
3.2.1 Overview
3.2.2 Current Situation
3.2.3 Enterprises’ Layout
3.3 Smart Cars
3.3.1 Overview
3.3.2 Current Situation
3.3.3 Enterprises’ Layout
3.3.4 Development Trend

4 Internet Giants That Venture into Car Manufacturing
4.1 LeSEE
4.1.1 Profile
4.1.2 Core Talents
4.1.3 Financing
4.1.4 Products
4.1.5 Plants
4.1.6 Strategic Layout
4.1.7 Dynamics
4.2 NextEV
4.2.1 Profile
4.2.2 Core Talents
4.2.3 Financing
4.2.4 Plants
4.2.5 Products
4.2.6 Dynamics
4.3 Harmony Futeng
4.3.1 Profile
4.3.2 Core Talents
4.3.3 Financing
4.3.4 Products
4.3.5 Strategy
4.4 Chehejia
4.4.1 Profile
4.4.2 Core Talents
4.4.3 Financing
4.4.4 Products
4.4.5 Plants
4.4.6 Strategy
4.5 WM Motor
4.5.1 Profile
4.5.2 Core Talents
4.5.3 Financing
4.5.4 Plants
4.5.5 Strategy
4.6 YudoNew Energy Vehicle (Yundo Auto)
4.6.1 Profile
4.6.2 Core Talents
4.6.3 Strategy
4.6.4 Products
4.6.5 Plants
4.6.6 Dynamics
4.7 Baidu’s Driverless Car Division
4.7.1 Profile
4.7.2 Top Management Team
4.7.3 Partners
4.7.4 Strategic Planning
4.7.5 Driverless Car Testing
4.8 Xiaopeng Motors
4.8.1 Profile
4.8.2 Core Talents
4.8.3 Products
4.8.4 Financing
4.8.5 Strategic Planning
4.9 ZHICHEAUTO
4.9.1 Profile
4.9.2 Core Talents
4.9.3 Partners
4.9.4 Financing
4.9.5 Products
4.9.6 Strategic Planning and Development
4.10 Beijing Dearcc Auto Technology
4.10.1 Profile
4.10.2 Core Talents
4.10.3 Products
4.10.4 Partners
4.10.5 Strategic Positioning
4.11 Alibaba
4.11.1 Profile
4.11.2Core Talents
4.11.3 Products
4.11.4 Partners
4.11.5 Strategic Positioning
4.12 Youxia Motors
4.12.1 Profile
4.12.2 Products
4.12.3 Partners
4.12.4 Plants
4.12.5 Strategic Layout
4.13 Beijing Lingyun Intelligent Technology
4.13.1 Profile
4.13.2 Operation
4.13.3 Financing
4.13.4 Products
4.13.5 Strategic Planning

List of Charts

  • Ecological Layout for Connected Cars
  • Classification of Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
  • Advantage and Disadvantage of Internet Giants That Venture into Car Manufacturing
  • Internet Giants That Venture into Car Manufacturing VS Conventional Auto Makers
  • Fourth Internet Portal of Internet Companies
  • Main Development History of Chinese Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
  • China’s Policies on Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
  • Subsidy Standards for Electric Passenger Vehicle in China, 2013-2020
  • Provisions for Access of New Battery Electric Passenger Vehicle Manufacturers
  • Investment Distribution of EV Startups in China
  • Production and Development Modes and Progress of Internet Giants That Venture into Car Manufacturing in China
  • Financing of Chinese Internet Giants That Venture into Car Manufacturing
  • Product Layout and Mass Production Plan for Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing in China
  • Possible Profit Models of Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
  • Number of Patents Applied by Major Chinese Internet Giants That Venture into Car Manufacturing as of July 2016
  • Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing Demand-fueled Sales Mode
  • Sales Channel of Connected Cars
  • Conventional Automakers' R&D and Production Process VS Production Process of Internet Giants That Venture into Car Manufacturing
  • Trend for Reform of After Sale of Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
  • Automobile Industry Structure, 2015&2025
  • Investment Opportunities in Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
  • Development Pattern of Internet Giants' Car Manufacturing
  • Development Trend for Intelligent Driving Enterprises
  • Future Automotive Products
  • Development Trend and Investment Opportunities for Intelligent Vehicle
  • Evolution of Autonomous Driving Industry Chain
  • Sales Volume of Fuel-efficient and New Energy (EV/PHEV) Passenger Vehicles in China, 2015-2016
  • Sales Volume of Electric Passenger Vehicles (EV&PHEV) in China, 2011-2020E
  • Competitive Landscape of Electric Passenger Vehicles (EV&PHEV) in China, 2015
  • Market Share of New Energy (EV/PHEV) Passenger Vehicle Enterprises in China Jan.-Sep. 2016
  • Sales Volume of New Energy Passenger Vehicles in China by Enterprise, 2016
  • Application Scenarios of Telematics
  • Monthly and Cumulative Penetration of Telematics System for Models on Sale in China, Jan.-Sep. 2016
  • Telematics Assembly Rate of Models on Sales in China as of Sep. 2016
  • TOP 15 Telematics Systems, Jan.-Sep. 2016
  • Key Manufacturers’ Layout in Telematics
  • Five Major Development Stages of Intelligent Vehicle
  • Monthly Penetration and Pre-installation of Major Intelligent Systems of Models on Sale in China, 2016
  • Assembly Rate of ADAS of Models on Sale in China, Jan.-Sep. 2016
  • Number of Models Equipped with ADAS in China by Price, Jan.-Sep. 2016
  • Pyramid Industrial Chain for Intelligent Vehicle
  • Path Selection of Intelligent Driving Enterprises
  • Internet FirmsTapping into Intelligent Vehicle
  • Major Internet Companies’ Layout in Intelligent Vehicle as of Oct. 2016
  • Mainstream Vendors' Progress in Intelligent Vehicle
  • Mainstream Auto Makers’ Layout in Self-driving
  • Development Idea for Intelligent Connected Car
  • Technical Architecture and Development Vision of Intelligent Connected Car
  • Development Plan for Intelligent Connected Car
  • Development History of Intelligent Connected Passenger Car
  • List of Intelligent Connected Car Projects
  • Main Executives of LeSEE
  • Financing of LeSEE
  • Concept Cars Released by LeSEE
  • LeSEE’s Pant Construction
  • LeSEE’s Automobile Ecosystem
  • NextEV’s Executives
  • Financing of NextEV
  • Construction of NextEV’s Production Base
  • Executives of Harmony Futeng
  • Presence of Harmony Futeng
  • Core Executives of Chehejia
  • Financing of Chehejia
  • Chehejia’s Products
  • Construction of Chehejia’s Production Base
  • Chehejia’s EV Strategy
  • Organizational Structure of WM Motor
  • Subsidiaries of WM Motor
  • Leading Executives of WM Motor
  • Production Base of WM Motor
  • Shareholder Structure of YudoAuto
  • Core Talents of YudoAuto
  • Products and Technologies of YudoAuto
  • Core Technologies of Yudo Auto
  • Product Positioning of YudoAuto
  • Core Talents of Baidu’s Driverless Car Division
  • Major Partners and Cooperation of Baidu’s Driverless Car Division
  • Development Direction of Baidu’s Driverless Car Division
  • Core Talents of Xiaopeng Motors
  • BETA Version of Xiaopeng Motors
  • Financing of Xiaopeng Motors
  • Core Talents of ZHICHEAUTO
  • Partner of ZHICHEAUTO
  • Financing of ZHICHEAUTO
  • Shareholders of Dearcc
  • Core Talents of Dearcc
  • Dearcc EV10
  • Dearcc’s Position
  • Alibaba’s Core Talents for Automotive Business
  • Alibaba’s Connected Car
  • Automobiles Co-developed by SAIC and Alibaba
  • Product of Youxia Motors
  • Distribution of Youxia Motors’ Production Bases
  • Business Performance of Beijing Lingyun Intelligent Technology, 2015
  • Financing of Beijing Lingyun Intelligent Technology
  • Two-wheeled Electric Concept Car of Beijing Lingyun Intelligent Technology
  • Strategic Layout for EV of Beijing Lingyun Intelligent Technology
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  • Alibaba
  • Baidu’s Driverless Car Division
  • Beijing Dearcc Auto Technology
  • Beijing Lingyun Intelligent Technology
  • Chehejia
  • Harmony Futeng
  • LeSEE
  • NextEV
  • WM Motor
  • Xiaopeng Motors
  • Youxia Motors
  • YudoNew Energy Vehicle (Yundo Auto)
  • ZHICHEAUTO
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