In today’s fast-moving global environment, disruptive market trends and risk events can threaten strategic plans and destroy corporate profits. Nowhere is this more evident than in the automotive sector, which has seen tectonic shifts in production and demand over the past several years that have sunk some businesses and buoyed others.
But the shifts are not over: what does the China growth downshift imply for automotive markets in Asia? How will Abenomics reshape the Japanese automotive supply chain? What is the future of auto manufacturing in Western Europe, and who will be the winners and losers? Automotive executives and those who support them must anticipate and exploit these and other evolving trends, and doing so effectively requires more advanced quantitative tools and insights to assess their implications and develop response strategies.
Oxford Economics, the leader in global economic and industry forecasting and quantitative analysis, has teamed up with LMC Automotive, a major provider of automotive forecast and analysis to create the Advanced Automotive Program. A complete decision-support tool for automotive industry executives, consultants, analysts, and investors, it provides access to reliable analysis of top-down macroeconomic and automotive sector trends that will affect the global industry around the world, as well as a wealth of granular bottom-up automotive market data and research.
In particular, today’s sophisticated automotive executive needs:
Granular automotive data and long-term forecasts for production, sales, and powertrain for light vehicles, hybrids, and commercial vehicles.
Detailed reports written by industry experts to explain and support forecasts, highlighting trends and opportunities.
Trusted analysis of future macroeconomic trends, which are continuously revised to take into account latest data and events.
Flexible scenario tools to test the impact of alternative macro events on light vehicle production and demand, and analyse performance under different economic conditions.
Ongoing access to automotive analysts, economists and country specialists to provide expert insights into current and emerging automotive and macroeconomic trends.
To find out more, contact your nearest Oxford Economics representative.