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世界の小型電気自動車・ハイブリッド車市場:将来予測

Global electric and hybrid light vehicles market - forecasts to 2033

発行 just-auto 商品コード 204723
出版日 ページ情報 英文 228 Pages
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世界の小型電気自動車・ハイブリッド車市場:将来予測 Global electric and hybrid light vehicles market - forecasts to 2033
出版日: 2018年10月09日 ページ情報: 英文 228 Pages
概要

当レポートは、世界の小型電気自動車および小型ハイブリッド車の技術開発状況および産業成長動向について分析し、車種別・技術別の生産台数の見通しや、地域別の詳細動向、主な市場促進要因、近年の技術開発の成果、製品別の市場競争状況、市場全体の構造変化の動きなどについて調査・考察しております。

目次

  • イントロダクション
  • PESTER分析 (政治面・経済面・社会面・技術面・環境面・規制面の要因)
  • 「Well to Wheel」(油井から車輪まで):二酸化炭素バランス
  • 電気自動車に対する代替手段
    • バイオディーゼル
    • エタノール
    • 未来の燃料:結論
    • 水素
    • 天然ガス・LPG
  • 電力企業の設備容量
  • 電気自動車の技術
    • 電気自動車
    • ハイブリッド車
  • 将来予測
    • 予測データ
    • 今後の市場促進要因
  • リチウム資源の地政学的分布
  • 中核技術に対するメーカー側の支配権の喪失
  • 製品環境
    • 電気自動車
    • フルハイブリッド車
    • マイルドハイブリッド車
目次
Product Code: 100840

Updated in the last quarter, this report has been extracted from motor industry information and intelligence platform QUBE and provides a comprehensive overview of the global electric and hybrid light vehicle, major electric and hybrid light vehicle manufacturers, top markets, technology trends and market size forecasts out to 2031.

Based on exclusive interviews, primary research and proprietary data this global market study includes:

  • Production volumes (by OEM) for the global electric vehicle, mild hybrid, full hybrid and plug-in hybrid passenger car markets to 2031
  • Future volume drivers
  • A review of the latest technological developments and market trends (within E-REV, BEV, Start-stop, mild hybrids, parallel/power-split hybrids, plug-in parallel hybrids)
  • Alternative fuels
  • Product landscapes (details of OEM model-level activity) 
  • Electric and hybrid vehicle market size forecasts out to 2031 by region
  • Sector PESTER (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Regulatory) analysis

You can use this report to:

  • Gain global insight into the electric and hybrid vehicles sector
  • Understand the size and scope of the market
  • Hear directly from leading electic and hybrid light vehicle companies on their strategies and plans
  • Review the latest and most significant technological developments   
  • Know the key trends within the sector and what's driving them
  • Spot opportunities and threats in this rapidly emerging area
  • Establish key companies' latest activities and prospects
  • Prepare supply and demand forecasts
  • Produce internal sales plans and forecasts
  • Carry out competitive intelligence

Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • Pester analysis
  • 'Wells to wheels' carbon balance
  • Alternatives to electrification
    • Biodiesel
    • Ethanol
    • Future fuels conclusions
    • Hydrogen
      • Daimler
      • General Motors
      • Honda
      • Hydrogen market projections
      • Hyundai
      • Toyota
    • Natural gas and LPG
  • Electric trucks
  • Electric utility capacity
  • Electrified vehicle technology
    • Electric-drive vehicles
      • BEV
      • E-REV
    • Hybrids
      • Full (parallel or 'power-split') hybrids
      • Mild hybrids
      • Plug-in parallel hybrids
      • Start-stop systems
  • Forecasts
    • Forecast data
      • Advanced battery forecasts
      • Electric vehicle forecasts
      • Full hybrids forecast
      • Mild hybrid forecasts
        • 48 volt mild hybrids
      • Plug-in hybrid forecasts
      • Production history of electrified vehicles
        • Battery electric vehicles
        • Full hybrid vehicles
        • Mild hybrid vehicles
        • PHEV/EREV vehicles
    • Forecast drivers
      • Battery cost projections
      • China
      • Fuel prices
      • Lithium-ion cell production capacity
      • Regional preferences
      • Regulation of carbon and other emissions
      • Vehicle costs, new financial models, and battery costs
  • Geopolitics of lithium
  • Loss of OEM control over core technology
  • Product landscape
    • Battery companies
    • Electric vehicles
      • Electric vehicle companies
        • Group 1: In production
          • BMW - Mini
          • Coda
          • Daimler: Smart - Mercedes-Benz
          • General Motors electrics
          • Mitsubishi
          • Nissan
          • Renault
          • Subaru electrics
          • Tesla
          • Think
          • Volvo (Geely) - electric cars
        • Group 2: The cautious
          • Bollore Group
          • BYD
          • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
          • Ford
          • Honda
          • Hyundai-Kia
          • Karma (was Fisker)
          • Mahindra Reva
          • NEVS (was Saab)
          • PSA Groupe
          • Tata
          • Toyota
          • VW Group electric vehicles
            • Audi electric vehicles
            • Porsche electric vehicles
            • Volkswagen electric vehicles
            • VW Group electrics: Skoda
        • Group 3: The intenders
          • Aptera
          • Dongfeng-Nissan
          • Heuliez
          • Jaguar Land Rover electrics
          • Lotus
          • Magna
          • Mazda
          • Proton
          • SAIC
            • Dyson
          • Yamaha (in partnership with Gordon Murray Design)
    • Full hybrids
      • Full hybrid companies
        • Group 1 - Toyota
          • Higher capacity, lithium cells
          • Plug-in hybrids: 2012 Prius & others
          • Three Prius generations and other hybrids
        • Group 2: The second tier
          • BMW
          • BYD
          • Daimler (Mercedes-Benz)
          • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
          • Ford
          • General Motors hybrids
          • Honda
          • Hyundai-Kia
          • Jaguar Land Rover hybrids
          • Mazda
          • Mitsubishi
          • Nissan
          • PSA Groupe
          • Volvo / Geely
          • VW Group hybrids
            • Audi
            • Bentley
            • Porsche
            • Volkswagen
            • VW Group plug-in hybrids: Skoda
        • Group 3: The intenders
          • Changan
          • Renault
          • Saab
          • SAIC
    • Mild hybrids
      • Mild hybrid companies
        • BMW
        • Changan
        • Chery
        • General Motors mild hybrids
        • Honda
        • Hyundai-Kia
        • Mercedes-Benz
        • PSA Groupe
        • Subaru hybrids
        • Suzuki
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