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  • Industry: Industrial and consumer markets, Automotive
  • Date: 1/14/2014

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Tax Partner, Automotive Leader

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louis.thomas@kpmg.lu

Global Automotive Executive Survey 2014 

Strategies for a fast-evolving market


As alternative powertrain technologies continue to shape the global automotive sector, plug-ins are tipped to be the leading form of e-vehicle. And organic growth has overtaken joint ventures and partnerships in popularity, as businesses reconsider the benefits of alliances.

 

Faced with relatively long development cycles, automakers are investing in downsizing the internal combustion engine in parallel with alternative electro-propulsion. Respondents to KPMG International’s 2014 Global Automotive Executive survey also believe that innovation is critical to survival, to achieve technological leadership and adopt forward-looking mobility solutions.


Automotive executives have to cope with a range of complex trends:

 

OEM strategy shifts to organic growth

 

Plug-in vehicles in demand

 

Technology is driving change

 

Growth in urban populations changes mobility patterns

 

Consumers still want fuel-efficient cars with built-in connectivity

 

Online sales to grow, but dealerships divided on future models

 

Vehicle sales in emerging markets to accelerate

 


 

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