Analysing latest trends and their impact
Motor Vehicles Industry Briefing
Historical and forecast data for value-added output and total sales of automobiles, bodies, engines and parts in the world’s key industrial and emerging markets from Oxford Economics, with detailed analysis of key drivers. Our sophisticated industry model is driven by macroeconomic demand feeding through sectoral supply chains and captures changes in relative prices and competitiveness, two critical aspects of automotive production patterns.
The full integration and consistency with Oxford’s macro model means that we can analyse the impact of risk scenarios and events on the sector, which is included in the package. As part of your subscription, you receive monthly industry updates; quarterly world summary reports; supplementary base forecast and scenario data and tables; and full telephone and email support from our analysts. 67 countries and 10 regions are covered, with a time frame of 25 years of historical trends and forecasts up to 2017.
Global Automotive Scenario Service
In addition to a the baseline forecast, each quarter Oxford Economics and LMC work in partnership to examine the impact of several alternative scenarios that highlight the potential impact of important potential risk events, on light vehicle sales and production, such as a breakup of the Eurozone or a faster than expected unwinding of QE.
Ongoing advice on economic and industry trends
Both Oxford Economics and LMC Automotive pride themselves on service and responsiveness to clients. Our global team of automotive analysts, country experts, industry economists and macroeconomists are available to answer questions on any aspect of the service – from broad questions of what is driving the global view of automotive production, to specific inquiries such as the changing cost structure of automotive manufacturing and its regional impacts, the implications of environmental policy and regulatory standards on the composition of the car parc of the future, and any other amplifications of the forecast that clients may require.