Expanding Automotive Manufacturing Sector in India
The Indian automotive manufacturing sector is expanding at a fast rate, which is making the country one of the fastest-growing automotive manufacturers in the world. With an annual production of nearly 4.5 million units in 2016, the country was the fifth-largest automobile manufacturer in the world, falling behind China, the United States, Japan, and Germany. The country’s automotive industry was the second-fastest growing among the top 10 vehicle manufacturers, with an annual growth rate of 7.9%, which was second only to China in 2016. The annual vehicle production in the country grew from 3.89 million units in 2012 to 4.49 million units during the same year. In addition to this, the country’s Automobile Mission Plan aims to lead India to be among the top three automobile manufacturers in the world by 2026. Incentives from the government, rising disposable income, lower auto financing interest rates, increasing FDI in the automotive sector, along with the country being ranked at 30th position in the global manufacturing index by the World Economic Forum, are the factors expected to drive the automotive industry in the country, registering a CAGR of over 10% over the forecast period.
Booming Vehicle Ownership Rate in the Country
Two-wheelers accounted for the lion’s share of automotive sales in the country, followed by the passenger vehicle segment. Rising income level in the country, along with the increase in the young population, is driving the Indian automotive market. With over 17.5 million two-wheeler sales in 2017, India has currently become the largest two-wheeler market in the world, crossing China.
In addition to the two-wheeler sales, India was also among the top passenger and commercial vehicle markets, with annual sales of 3.6 million units in 2016. Changing demographics, increasing female drivers’ count on road, and rising income levels of young consumers, are driving the two-wheeler market in the country.
The number of motor vehicles per 1,000 people was about 53 in 2001, which more than tripled to reach 167 per 1,000 people in 2015. The number of cars per 1,000 people in the country is expected to double to become 40 cars per 1,000 people by the end of the forecast period. Besides the two-wheelers and passenger vehicles, India is the largest tractor market and manufacturer in the world. With the rapid growth in vehicle ownership in the country, OEMs are increasing their presence by expanding their manufacturing, assembling, or sales volume in the country.
Key Developments in the Market:
- January 2018: Mercedes-Benz leads the luxury vehicle sales in the country, with over 15,000 units sold in 2017, followed by BMW and Audi.
- January 2018: Lamborghini launches its latest super-SUV, Urus, in India.
- September 2017: Bosch to offer electro-mobility solutions for automakers in India.
Reasons to Purchase this Report:
- Provides latest insights into the Indian automotive industry.
- Gives a detailed analysis of the competitive landscape in the automotive industry, segmented by two-wheelers and four-wheelers.
- Analyzes the market scenario with the help of Porter’s Five Forces Analysis.
- Forecasts the market volume and value by assessing the impact of the market drivers and constraints.
- 3 months analyst support, along with the Market Estimate Sheet (in excel).
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1.1. Study Deliverables
1.2. General Study Assumptions
2. Research Methodology
2.2. Analysis Methodology
2.3. Study Phases
2.4. Econometric Forecast Model
3. Executive Summary
4. Market Overview And Technology Trends
4.1. Current Market Scenario
4.2. Technology Trends
4.3. Porters Five Force Framework
4.3.1. Bargaining Power Of Buyer
4.3.2. Bargaining Power Of Supplier
4.3.3. Threat Of New Entrants
4.3.4. Threat Of Substitute Products
4.3.5. Intensity Of Rivalry
5. Market Dynamics
5.1.1. Government Initiatives And Policies Supporting The Automotive Industry
5.1.2. Expanding Market Value And Fdi From International Automakers
5.2.1. Environmental Concerns Hindering The Industrial Growth
5.2.2. Tax Burdens And Tough Policies On Hybrid And Ic Engine Vehicles
5.3.1. Increased Investments Opens New Opportunities To Component Manufacturers
5.3.2. Rising Vehicle Ownership To Create Market For Automotive Services Market
6. India Automotive Industry Segmentation, By Vehicle Type
6.1. Passenger Vehicles
6.2. Commercial Vehicles
7. India Automotive Industry Segmentation, By Manufacturers
7.2. Tier 1
8. Competitive Landscape
8.2. Market Share Analysis
9. Company Analysis
9.1. Audi AG
9.2. BMW AG
9.3. Daimler AG
9.4. Ford Motor Company
9.5. Honda Motor Company Ltd.
9.6. Hyundai Motor Company
9.7. Isuzu Motors Ltd.
9.8. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
9.9. Maruti Suzuki Ltd.
9.10. Nissan Motor Company Ltd.
9.11. Renault Group
9.12. Tata Motors
9.13. Toyota Motor Corporation
9.14. Volkswagen AG
10. Future Outlook Of The Market
- Audi AG
- BMW AG
- Daimler AG
- Ford Motor Company
- Honda Motor Company Ltd.
- Hyundai Motor Company
- Isuzu Motors Ltd.
- Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
- Maruti Suzuki Ltd.
- NISSan Motor Company Ltd.
- Renault Group
- Tata Motors
- Toyota Motor Corporation
- Volkswagen AG