Overview on auto industry Emerging markets accounted for 51 percent of the global light-vehicle sales in 2010. The study expects this trend to accelerate. According to OICA auto production increased by 16% over 1997-2009 Vehicles production by USA, Japan and Europe represent 77% of global production in 1997 which has decline to 50% in 2009
Overview on auto industry Global turnover of world auto industry was close to 2 trillion euros in 2005-06 Worldwide over 50 million people are employed directly or indirectly with auto industry India manufactures over 17.5 million vehicles and exports about 2.33 million vehicles every year. The net turnover during the 3-month period from April to June rose 8 per cent to Rs 1244 crore. Net profit = Rs 163.20 crore, as compared to Rs. 165.34 crores in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal.
Factors affecting cost Material Labour Technology Advertising Government policies and regulations Rubber fabrication
Factors affecting Demand Financing Options Advertising And Marketing Price Of The Car Income Of Consumer / Buyer Increase In Affordability Demographic Drivers Availability Of Easy Financing Options New Offerings Exports
Factors affecting supply Presence Across Segments Efficient Operations Wide Dealer Network Access To Latest Technologies Price Of The Car Factors Of Production Government Policies And Taxes
Major automobile companies Toyota motor corporations General motors Volkswagen Group Hyundai Kia Group Ford motor group Nissan Hyundai motor company PSA peugeot citroen S.A. Suzuki motor corporation Renault
Automotive crises 2008-10 It was a part of a global financial downturn. It affected Europian and asian manufacturers and also american manufacturing industry It was because of the rise in price of automotive fuels linked to 2003-08 enery crises. It discourage purchase of SUV’s and and pickup trucks as it has low fuel economy
Market capitalisation Toyota Motor Corporation $117.81 billion Nissan motors $39.7 billion Honda motor co. $60.70 billion Ford motor co. $41.57 billion General motors $40.31 billion Volkswagen $60.60 billion