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Strategy Analytics

India Update: Flexibility & Localization In A Volatile Market

Author: Kevin Mak

Publication Date: Dec 10 2013

Pages: 160

Report Type: Report, Word


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Summary

The Indian automotive industry has had to adapt to a volatile domestic market, due to a weakening rupee and high inflation. Both suppliers and auto makers have had to raise the local parts and design content to lower costs and raise affordability for Indian consumers. Auto makers have also explored opportunities to export vehicles to other markets, to offset sluggish growth in the domestic market. The report will also highlight the growth domains in automotive electronics and has a directory of key auto makers and vendors operating in India.

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Table of Contents

  • 1 Executive Summary
  • 2 Current Market Environment
    • 2.1 Volatile Domestic Sales
      • 2.1.1 Current Decline
      • 2.1.2 Future Upswing
    • 2.2 Doubling Vehicle Production
      • 2.2.1 Growth Segments - Compact Economy and Low-Cost Cars
      • 2.2.2 Ultra Low-Cost Cars Stall
      • 2.2.3 Foreign Domination
      • 2.2.4 Luxury Segments
    • 2.3 Vehicle Exports Growing
      • 2.3.1 Weakened Rupee
      • 2.3.2 Coastal Bases
      • 2.3.3 Targeting Emerging Markets
      • 2.3.4 Leading Export OEMs
  • 3 Supply Industry
    • 3.1 Electronics Growth
      • 3.1.1 Systems Growth
      • 3.1.2 Semiconductor and Sensor Growth
    • 3.2 Export Growth
    • 3.3 Localization Growth
    • 3.4 Leading Vendors
      • 3.4.1 Joint Ventures
      • 3.4.2 Foreign Vendor Subsidiaries
      • 3.4.3 Supply Relations
    • 3.5 Application Trends
      • 3.5.1 Fuel Economy Mandates
      • 3.5.2 Alternative Fuels Growth
      • 3.5.3 Emission Controls
      • 3.5.4 Diesel Penetration
      • 3.5.5 Hybrid and Electric Vehicles
      • 3.5.6 Safety
      • 3.5.7 Comfort and Convenience Aids
      • 3.5.8 Security Systems
  • 4 Market Threats
    • 4.1 Industrial Disputes
    • 4.2 Counterfeiting
  • 5 Vehicle Manufacturer Activity
    • 5.1 Ashok Leyland
    • 5.2 Audi
    • 5.3 Bajaj Auto
    • 5.4 BMW
    • 5.5 Datsun
    • 5.6 Eicher Motors
    • 5.7 FIAT-Chrysler
    • 5.8 Force Motors
    • 5.9 Ford
    • 5.10 General Motors
    • 5.11 Hindustan Motors
    • 5.12 Honda
    • 5.13 Hyundai
    • 5.14 International Cars and Motors (ICML)
    • 5.15 Isuzu
    • 5.16 Jaguar-Land Rover
    • 5.17 Mahindra & Mahindra
    • 5.18 Maruti-Suzuki
    • 5.19 Mercedes-Benz
    • 5.20 Mini
    • 5.21 Mitsubishi
    • 5.22 Naza
    • 5.23 Nissan
    • 5.24 Peugeot
    • 5.25 Piaggio
    • 5.26 Premier Autos
    • 5.27 Renault
    • 5.28 Reva
    • 5.29 SAIC
    • 5.30 San Motors
    • 5.31 Skoda
    • 5.32 Suzuki
    • 5.33 Tata Motors
    • 5.34 Toyota
    • 5.35 Volkswagen
  • 6 Automotive Electronics Vendors
    • 6.1 Abhishek
    • 6.2 ADVICS
    • 6.3 Aisin
    • 6.4 Alfa Instruments
    • 6.5 Alpha Toyo
    • 6.6 Alps Electric
    • 6.7 Anand
    • 6.8 ASTI Corporation
    • 6.9 Autoliv
    • 6.10 Behr
    • 6.11 BERU
    • 6.12 Besoto
    • 6.13 BorgWarner
    • 6.14 Bosch
    • 6.15 Brose
    • 6.16 Calsonic Kansei
    • 6.17 Clarion
    • 6.18 Comstar
    • 6.19 Continental
    • 6.20 CTS
    • 6.21 Cummins
    • 6.22 Daesung Electric
    • 6.23 Delphi
    • 6.24 DENSO
    • 6.25 Diamond Electric
    • 6.26 Devilog Systems India
    • 6.27 Dongyang Mechatronics
    • 6.28 Electrovaya
    • 6.29 Faurecia
    • 6.30 FCC
    • 6.31 Ficosa
    • 6.32 FIEM
    • 6.33 Flash Electronics
    • 6.34 Fourth Generation Engineers
    • 6.35 Fujitsu Ten
    • 6.36 GKN Driveline
    • 6.37 Halla
    • 6.38 Halonix
    • 6.39 Harman
    • 6.40 Hella
    • 6.41 Honeywell
    • 6.42 Huf Hülsbeck & Fürst
    • 6.43 Hyundam Industrial
    • 6.44 Igarashi Electric Works
    • 6.45 Interface Microsystems
    • 6.46 Ixetic
    • 6.47 JATCO
    • 6.48 Johnson Controls
    • 6.49 JPM Group
    • 6.50 JTEKT
    • 6.51 Keihin
    • 6.52 Key Safety Systems
    • 6.53 Koito
    • 6.54 Kongsberg Automotive
    • 6.55 Kyungshin Industrial
    • 6.56 Laird Technologies
    • 6.57 Lumax Automotive Systems
    • 6.58 Magna International
    • 6.59 Magneti Marelli
    • 6.60 Mando
    • 6.61 MapmyIndia
    • 6.62 Marquadt
    • 6.63 Meritor
    • 6.64 Minda
    • 6.65 Mitsuba
    • 6.66 Mobis
    • 6.67 MVD Auto Components
    • 6.68 NAVTEQ
    • 6.69 NGK Spark Plugs
    • 6.70 Nikko Auto
    • 6.71 Nippon Seiki
    • 6.72 NSK
    • 6.73 Omron
    • 6.74 OSRAM
    • 6.75 Philips
    • 6.76 PMP Auto Components
    • 6.77 Pricol
    • 6.78 REIL Electricals
    • 6.79 Remy International
    • 6.80 Rinder
    • 6.81 S&T Motiv
    • 6.82 Samvardhana Motherson
    • 6.83 Sanden
    • 6.84 Sensing Technologies (formerly JP Tools & Components)
    • 6.85 Showa
    • 6.86 Shutham Electric
    • 6.87 SL Corp
    • 6.88 Stanley Electric
    • 6.89 TACO (Tata Automotive Component Systems)
    • 6.90 Takata
    • 6.91 TomTom
    • 6.92 Toyoda Gosei
    • 6.93 Trimble
    • 6.94 TRW
    • 6.95 TVS
    • 6.96 UCAL Fuel Systems
    • 6.97 UM Group
    • 6.98 U-Shin
    • 6.99 Valeo
    • 6.100 Varroc
    • 6.101 Visteon
    • 6.102 Vodafone
    • 6.103 WABCO
    • 6.104 Webasto
    • 6.105 Western Thomson
    • 6.106 Yazaki
    • 6.107 ZF Friedrichshafen
    • 6.108 Zizala
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