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Global Vehicle Assembly Plant Database – 2016 Edition

Global Vehicle Assembly Plant Database – 2016 Edition

The Global Vehicle Assembly Plant Database – 2016 Edition – contains production data for nearly 50 vehicle groups, 140 brands and over 1,100 models. It includes light (<3.5t GVW) and heavy (>3.5t GVW) vehicles. Some 40 plants have been added to the database for the 2016 edition. The data file contains all OEM groups with global light vehicle production in excess of 500,000upa and many low-volume producers.

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Passenger Car OEM Quarterly Data Book (Q1, 2016)

Passenger Car OEM Data Book / Q1 - 2016

The Passenger Car OEM Quarterly Data Book is an essential source of information for anyone with an interest in the operational activities of the world’s major passenger car OEMs and the markets in which they operate. This report includes the following: Strategic analysis of the activities of the world’s top ...

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Special report: Connected cars

Special report: Connected cars

The connected car is far from exclusive to the OEMs. Traditional and non-traditional players are desperate to get involved. The question for all parties is how to monetise the connected car and all it has to offer. From Tier 1 suppliers, via the telco perspective to HMI and software developers and the OEMs themselves, this exclusive Automotive World report provides top-level insight from a range of key connected car stakeholders.

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Russia’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2020

Russias new vehicle market: Prospects to 2020

2015 marked the third successive year of decline for both the light and heavy vehicle markets in Russia, and underlying conditions remain challenging. However, an end to the downward spiral could be in sight if the economy begins to recover in 2017 as forecast. This exclusive Automotive World report examines the outlook for the Russian market in the period 2016-2020.

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Volvo Group production outlook to 2020

Volvo Group production outlook to 2020

Volvo Group has set itself the target of becoming the most profitable or second-most profitable company within its peer group, and becoming the top-seller or second-top seller of heavy duty trucks. This exclusive Automotive World report outlines how the company's improved geographic spread thanks to various JVs, acquisitions and organic growth, could see the group hit half a million units by the end of the forecast period.

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NAFTA’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2020

NAFTA's new vehicle market prospects to 2020

2015 was another spectacular year for the North American light vehicle and M/HD truck markets, but to achieve a seventh consecutive year of rising light vehicle sales in the US looks achievable only with incentives. This exclusive Automotive World report examines the outlook for the NAFTA market in the period 2016-2020.

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Renault-Nissan Alliance production outlook to 2020

Renault-Nissan Alliance model plans and production outlook to 2020

In 2015, the Renault-Nissan Alliance (RNA) sold a record 8.53 million cars and LCVs, its sixth successive year of rising sales. It retained its positions as the fourth largest vehicle manufacturer worldwide and second largest of the Europeans. This exclusive Automotive World report looks at the OEM's brand portfolio and the role the CMF strategy will play in helping RNA grow its production to 10.4 million units by the end of the forecast period.

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Special report: Vehicle lightweighting

Special report: Vehicle lightweighting

A successful lightweighting strategy involves much more than simply replacing a few steel panels with aluminium or carbon fibre – it’s about using the right material for the right part in the right place. Lightweighting has become a whole-vehicle concept in itself, improving not only fuel economy and emissions but also vehicle performance and handling.

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Europe’s new vehicle market: Prospects to 2020

Europe's new vehicle market: Prospects to 2020

According to this Automotive World forecast, light vehicle (LV) demand in the EU & EFTA region will grow through to 2019, halted by a cyclical downturn towards the end of the forecast period. Demand for heavy CVs is expected to peak across the region in 2018, falling slightly to around 425,000 units by the end of the same period.

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