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Submitted by - Vishal, Amit & Devesh Student of Vikas Sharma - Visiting Lectuer on Retail Verticals at Accman Institute of Management

Submitted by - Vishal, Amit & Devesh Student of Vikas Sharma - Visiting Lectuer on Retail Verticals at Accman Institute of Management

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  • 1. INDUSTRY
  • 2. HISTORY
    • In the year 1769, a French engineer by the name of Nicolas J. Cugnot invented the first auto mobile to run on roads. This automobile, in fact, was a self-powered, three-wheeled, military tractor that made the use of a steam engine. The range of the automobile, however, was very brief and at the most, it could only run at a stretch for fifteen minutes.
  • 3. SNAPS OF EARLIER CARS
  • 4. HISTORY
    • A Scotsman, Robert Anderson, was the first to invent an electric carriage between 1832 and 1839. However, Thomas Davenport of the U.S.A. and Scotsman Robert Davidson were amongst the first to invent more applicable automobiles, making use of non-rechargeable electric batteries in 1842.
  • 5. HISTORY
    • A t the beginning of the 20th century the automobile was a plaything for the rich. Most models were complicated machines that required a chauffer conversant with its individual mechanical nuances to drive it.
  • 6. HISTORY
    • Henry Ford was determined to build a simple, reliable and affordable car; a car the average American worker could afford. Out of this determination came the Model T and the assembly line - two innovations that revolutionized American society and molded the world we live in today.
  • 7. Henry Ford and his first car the Quadricycle, which he built in 1896
  • 8. HISTORY
    • Henry Ford did not invent the car; he produced an automobile that was within the economic reach of the average American. While other manufacturers were content to target a market of the well-to-do, Ford developed a design and a method of manufacture that
  • 9. HISTORY
    • steadily reduced the cost of the Model T. Instead of pocketing the profits; Ford lowered the price of his car. As a result, Ford Motors sold more cars and steadily increased its earnings - transforming the automobile from a luxury toy to a mainstay of American society.
  • 10. HISTORY
    • The Model T made its debut in 1908 with a purchase price of $825.00. Over ten thousand were sold in its first year, establishing a new record. Four years later the price dropped to $575.00 and sales soared. By 1914, Ford could claim a 48% share of the automobile market
  • 11. Developing the Model T
    • The Ford Motor Company manufactured its first car - the Model A - in 1903. By 1906, the Model N was in production but Ford had not yet achieved his goal of producing a simple, affordable car. He would accomplish this with the Model T. Charles Sorensen - who had joined Henry Ford two years earlier - describes how Ford had him set up a secret room where design of the new car would be carried out.
  • 12. HENRY T MODEL
  • 13. T MODEL
    • Early one morning in the winter of 1906-7, Henry Ford dropped in at the pattern department of the Piquette Avenue plant to see me. 'Come with me, Charlie,' he said, 'I want to show you something.'
    • I followed him to the third floor and its north end, which was not fully occupied for assembly work. He looked about and said, 'Charlie, I'd like to have a room finished off right here in this space.
  • 14. T MODEL
    • wall with a door in big enough to run a car in and out. Get a good lock for the door, and when you're ready, we'll have Joe Galamb come up in here. We're going to start a completely new job.'
    • The room he had in mind became the maternity ward for Model T.
  • 15. HISTORY
    • According the History of Automobile Industry US, dominated the automobile markets around the globe with no notable competitors. However, after the end of the Second World War in 1945, the Automobile Industry of other technologically advanced nations
  • 16. HISTORY
    • such as Japan and certain European nations gained momentum and within a very short period, beginning in the early 1980s, the U.S Automobile Industry was flooded with foreign automobile companies, especially those of Japan and Germany.
  • 17. Top vehicle manufacturing groups (by volume)
    • The table below shows the world's largest motor vehicle manufacturing groups, along with the marques produced by each one. The table is ranked by the latest production figures from OICA 2007 for the parent group, and then alphabetically by marque.
  • 18. TOYOTA
  • 19. 1. Toyota Motor Corporation ( Japan) Marque Ownership Markets Daihatsu Subsidiary Global, except North America and Australia Hino Subsidiary Asia Pacific, Canada and South America Lexus Division Global Scion Division United States and Canada Toyota Division Global
  • 20. GENERAL MOTORS
  • 21. 2. General Motors Corporation ( United States) Buick Division United States, Canada, China, Israel, Taiwan Cadillac Division Global Chevrolet Division Global Daewoo Subsidiary Asia, Europe, South America, South Africa GMC Division North America, Middle East
  • 22. FORD
  • 23. 3. Ford Motor Company ( United States) Ford Division Global Lincoln Division United States, Canada, Middle East Mercury Division United States, Canada, Middle East Troller Subsidiary South America and Africa Volvo (cars) Subsidiary Global
  • 24. BMW MOTORS
  • 25. 4. BMW AG ( Germany) BMW Division Global MINI Division Global Rolls-Royce Subsidiary Global
  • 26. TATA MOTORS
  • 27. 5. Tata Motors Limited ( India) Hispano Subsidiary Europe Jaguar Subsidiary Global Land Rover Subsidiary Global Tata Division India, South Africa Tata Daewoo Subsidiary South Korea
  • 28. FIAT MOTORS
  • 29. 6. Fiat S.p.A. ( Italy) Abarth Subsidiary Global, except North America Alfa Romeo Subsidiary Global Ferrari Subsidiary Global Fiat Subsidiary Global, except North America Iveco Subsidiary Global, except North America Lancia Subsidiary Global, except North America Maserati Subsidiary Global
  • 30. Current Scenario
    • The Indian automobile industry crossed a landmark with total vehicle production of 10 million units.
    • Car sales was 8,82,094 units against 8,20,179 units in 2004-05.
    • The two-wheeler market grew by 13.6 per cent with 70,56,317 units against 62,09,765 units in 2004-05.
    • Commercial vehicles segment grew at 10.1 per cent with 3,50,683 units against 3,18,430 units in 2004-05.
  • 31. The economy of India is emerging. The following table show the ranking of India in the past four years… RANK 2005 2004 2003 2002 1 CHINA CHINA CHINA CHINA 2 INDIA THAILAND THAILAND THAILAND 3 THAILAND INDIA USA USA 4 VIETNAM VIETNAM VIETNAM INDONESIA 5 USA USA INDIA VIETNAM 6 RUSSIA RUSSIA INDONESIA INDIA 7 KOREA INDONESIA KOREA KOREA
  • 32. PRODUCTION IN INDIA
  • 33. FUTURE IN INDIA
    • Currently, India is the second largest two-wheeler market and the fourth largest commercial vehicle market in the world. Not only it is the eleventh largest passenger car market globally, but it is also expected to be the seventh largest by 2016.
  • 34. FUTURE IN INDIA
    • many foreign manufacturers have lined up and have setup base in India. Other domestic manufacturers have also improved production levels and are in the race for producing better models as well.
  • 35. FUTURE IN INDIA
    • Some of the car manufacturers who have set up base in India are Audi, BMW, Chevrolet Fiat, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Mahindra, Maruti, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Skoda, Suzuki, Tata, Toyota, Volkswagen, and Volvo. India’s economic growth is booming currently.
  • 36. FUTURE IN INDIA
    • Competition has forced manufacturers to be innovative and responsive to customer demands and needs. Now that India is not alien to quality and perfection, customer expectations have soared to higher levels. Depending upon customers needs, four segments - small, midsize, premium and sports utility vehicles currently represent the car market in the country.
  • 37. PRESENTED BY