Electric Vehicles

 

Governments and environmentalists alike continue to push, rightfully so, to create cleaner methods of transport. But can electric vehicles fill that requirement? How can consumers be persuaded to switch? And is the automotive supply chain actually ready for this change? 

 

To help address those questions our research starts from the bottom-up. Covering everything from semiconductors (Including silicon carbide & gallium nitride) to battery technology and on the road vehicles, whilst simultaneously doing a deep dive into user’s experiences, desires and pain points with electric vehicles. 

 

This fuels our forecasts and enables us to help you create a product that excites the user and a business strategy that breaks through into the automotive market.

 
 

OEM Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Strategies

Several auto groups have announced their strategic plans to become fully electric, as tighter mandates will begin to bite. In those plans, they have also announced the development of electric vehicle platforms and the formation of battery cell joint ventures. With consumer sentiment for EVs rising, demand for battery electric powertrains will see further growth.


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Global xEV Semiconductor Demand Forecast 2019 to 2028

The xEV semiconductor and sensor demand is forecast to grow at a CAAGR of 38% over 2020 - 2025, from $3.4 billion to $16.4 billion. The continued momentum will push market demand to $24.1 billion by 2028. This data model presents a quarterly view of the global outlook for the xEV systems and associated semiconductor and sensor demand.


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UX Evaluation: Volvo XC40 Recharge Full Electric 22MY

Strategy Analytics conducted an evaluation of the Volvo XC40 Recharge Electric 22MY. The system provides a seamless digital experience inside and outside the car, and benefits from the unbeatable Google navigation and speech systems. However, driving features have been relegated too much, hindering their usability.


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Consumer Interest in EVs: Lingering Concerns Meet a COVID Bump

Strategy Analytics undertook an internet-based survey with consumers in the US, UK, and China to investigate their interest in, and concerns with, BEV ownership. This report covers the types of vehicles (BEV, HEV, PHEV, ICE) consumers would consider for their next vehicle along with concerns around range anxiety, price, features, cost, and other factors.


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Lyft’s Q2 Revenue Rise Still Short of Pre-Pandemic Levels, Triggering MaaS Shift
feature that Lyft says it will pilot in the next few months. This new product offering shows that Lyft recognizes that reducing TCO is essential to profitability. Also, as with many others in the transportation industry, Lyft has announced a commitment to achieve 100% use of electric vehicles (EVs) used on the Lyft platform by 2030. The

Report | 16/08/2021 Nicole Schlosser | Automotive

Efficiency and Programmability, Lattice's Certus-NX Automotive FPGA Targets Edge Processing
. Applications targeted include back-up cameras, BMS (Battery Monitoring Systems) in electric vehicles, RADAR sensors, surround view systems, AVB (Audio- Video Bridging), driver monitoring, occupant counting, hardware security and infotainment systems. • Such applications are mostly being supported, at present, by low end microcontrollers. • However

Report | 26/08/2021 Kevin Mak | Automotive

IAA Mobility 2021: Munich to Become Ground Zero for Autonomous Driving Mobility Applications in Europe
/ Mobileye will retrofit 50 electric vehicles provided by NIO. Twenty of which are destined to hit the streets of Munich in 2022 via Moovit and Sixt and the rest will be tested and operated in Tel Aviv, Israel. Intel/ Mobileye picked NIO’s ES8 platform because the vehicle has a battery capacity of 100 KWh and with a range of 400+ miles, it makes

Report | 10/09/2021 Angelos Lakrintis | Automotive

Automaker Mobility Service Database: Topline Report
Electric Mobility (Bikes, Cars, Infrastructure) 18 *’Autonomous vehicles’ in this report refers to AVs in relation to existing or preestablished mobility service providers. For better information and insight on OEMs and autonomous vehicle partnership/investment, please contact Strategy Analytics’ AVS Service. Source: Strategy Analytics

Report | 20/01/2021 Ben Lundin | Automotive

Mobility Mixx a Key Piece of the Puzzle as Mitsubishi Builds MaaS Dominance in Europe
companies to give employees more shared mobility options and to combine all associated costs into one invoice for the employer. In addition to sharing the commute, making the commuting vehicle itself low- emission or zero-emission, with electric vehicles (EVs) and convenient means to charge them, is another crucial element to accommodate this

Report | 09/05/2022 Nicole Schlosser | Automotive

Consumer Interest in Car-based Voice Assistants: Not All OEMs Are Perceived as Less Capable than the Big Players
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Report | 09/09/2021 Diana Franganillo | Automotive

China: Automakers and Tier 0.5 Providers – At the Center of the Digital Transformation
development and commercialization of electric vehicles will dramatically change the current supply chain. With electric vehicles relying on charging infrastructure; OEMs may have opportunities to expand their service operations into the area of smart city infrastructure in China. The key challenges for Chinese OEMs in the electrified vehicle market

Report | 19/03/2020 Kevin Li | Automotive

China: Automakers and Tier 0.5 Providers – At the Center of the Digital Transformation
development and commercialization of electric vehicles will dramatically change the current supply chain. With electric vehicles relying on charging infrastructure; OEMs may have opportunities to expand their service operations into the area of smart city infrastructure in China. The key challenges for Chinese OEMs in the electrified vehicle market

Report | 19/03/2020 Kevin Li | Automotive

Infotainment Operating Systems 2021: Android Emerges as Dominant Infotainment Platform, Implementations Vary
completely unrelated to the vehicle infotainment system, it does have some bearing on functionality and user experience, specifically in the area of wake/boot time. This is one area where battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) electric vehicles have a potential advantage due to their substantial on-board Google

Report | 30/07/2021 Edward Sanchez | Automotive

Swvl’s SPAC Marks Start of MaaS Consolidation
selling all its shares. Swvl claims each of its minibuses takes 15 cars off the road. The company says it is in the process of transitioning to electric propulsion for its minibus fleet. (Swvl has also teamed up with African mobility fintech company Moove to expand its vehicle options and roll out 500 electric buses, further lightening the

Report | 19/04/2022 Nicole Schlosser | Automotive

CES 2020: Powertrain, Body, Chassis and Safety Advances Underpinned by Software
highlighted a combined order intake of EUR 20.5 billion, across 48V, HV e-thermal solutions and HV solutions from VSEA (Valeo Siemens electric Automotive), and expects 90 vehicles to be using its HV solutions by 2022.  On Semiconductor was showcasing its latest power electronics offerings to cover requirements from xEV systems including traction

Report | 04/02/2020 Asif Anwar | Automotive

Automotive Semiconductor Industry Performance Snapshot: Q4 2020
semiconductor supply shortages was a common theme. 3.4.1 Infineon Infineon highlighted a 10% increase in automotive revenues with strength in components for electric vehicles. The company noted that semiconductor shortages are being felt in the overall automotive supply chain with products on allocation. Foundry capacity, especially for

Report | 25/02/2021 Asif Anwar | Automotive

Uber, Lyft's Q3 Earnings Reflect Start of Recovery, MaaS Plan Momentum
-future-outlook?slid=1435387&spg=1 Connected Mobility © Strategy Analytics 2021 All Rights Reserved | www.strategyanalytics.com 3 As the push for electric vehicles (EVs) continues to ramp up, Uber scored a win in Q3, through its partnership with international car rental company Hertz. Hertz is bringing 100,000 Tesla vehicles onto its

Report | 16/11/2021 Nicole Schlosser | Automotive

Yandex.Taxi and Yandex.Drive in the Wake of COVID-19 - Q1 2020 Market Update
Madrid and Copenhagen markets with a fleet of over 1,000 electric vehicles. It is unfortunate for Yandex.Drive that its plan for expansion coincided with the expansion of COVID-19, but the company does seem poised to continue to pursue growth, even during so much economic uncertainty. Expectations: • In the earnings call, the company stated

Report | 30/04/2020 Ben Lundin | Automotive

Beijing Auto Show 2020: Computing Platform Becomes the Main Theme in ADAS Market
Horizon Robotics' release at Beijing Auto Show, please refer to Chapter 3.2 of this report. Autonomous Vehicle Service Copyright © Strategy Analytics 2020 | www.strategyanalytics.com 6 of 21 Exhibit 2.2 ADAS Domain Controller of Chery EV Ant Electric SUV Source: Strategy Analytics According to Chery New Energy, the ADAS system on

Report | 04/11/2020 Mark Liu | Automotive

 

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