A new Automotive World report looks at the prospects for the light vehicle (LV) and heavy commercial vehicle (HV) sectors in North America in the period 2020 to 2024, and how mobility is likely to evolve in the country over the longer term.
In this report, Automotive World first explores the near-term outlook for light and heavy vehicles, with commentary on the economic situation in which North America’s automakers and suppliers are currently operating, and a closer look at the light vehicle and heavy commercial vehicle sectors.
The second section of the report, ‘Future mobility in North America—the industry perspective’ examines the longer-term transformation of mobility and transportation in the region, addressing topics such as the rise of connected car technology, autonomous vehicle testing, shared mobility, medium and heavy duty truck electrification and the future of the North American pick-up market.
Table of contents
- Executive summary
- Chapter 1: North America’s new vehicle market: prospects to 2024
- Economic outlook
- Recent light vehicle (LV) demand
- LV market characteristics
- LV market shares
- Outlook for LV demand
- North America’s heavy vehicle (HV) market
- Outlook for HV demand
- Chapter 2: Future mobility in North America—the industry perspective
- US leads North America’s push for connectivity
- Is federal regulation inevitable for US autonomous vehicle testing?
- How can North America make the most of Mobility as a Service?
- The end of growth at all costs: North America’s ride-hailing giants turn attention to profit
- US truck electrification slow, despite growing industry noise
- Could electrification change North America’s love affair with the pick-up?
- Appendix (Excel)
- Historic vehicle sales by OEM group and brand (2015-2019)
- Vehicle sales forecasts by OEM group and brand (2019-2024)
North America is the latest market to be covered in Automotive World’s five-year market outlook series.