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  • Alright the commercial is over - we understand the need for an increase in fuel economy and I’m here today to talk about the future vehicle technologies in the 2020 to 2030 time frame and what our members are doing do meet the future CAFE and GHG standards. As you know, development of a comprehensive national energy policy continues with concerns mounting over climate change and energy security. The energy challenge is huge. And not just here in North America.
  • Alright the commercial is over - we understand the need for an increase in fuel economy and I’m here today to talk about the future vehicle technologies in the 2020 to 2030 time frame and what our members are doing do meet the future CAFE and GHG standards. As you know, development of a comprehensive national energy policy continues with concerns mounting over climate change and energy security. The energy challenge is huge. And not just here in North America.
  • Alright the commercial is over - we understand the need for an increase in fuel economy and I’m here today to talk about the future vehicle technologies in the 2020 to 2030 time frame and what our members are doing do meet the future CAFE and GHG standards. As you know, development of a comprehensive national energy policy continues with concerns mounting over climate change and energy security. The energy challenge is huge. And not just here in North America.
  • Alright the commercial is over - we understand the need for an increase in fuel economy and I’m here today to talk about the future vehicle technologies in the 2020 to 2030 time frame and what our members are doing do meet the future CAFE and GHG standards. As you know, development of a comprehensive national energy policy continues with concerns mounting over climate change and energy security. The energy challenge is huge. And not just here in North America.
  • Alright the commercial is over - we understand the need for an increase in fuel economy and I’m here today to talk about the future vehicle technologies in the 2020 to 2030 time frame and what our members are doing do meet the future CAFE and GHG standards. As you know, development of a comprehensive national energy policy continues with concerns mounting over climate change and energy security. The energy challenge is huge. And not just here in North America.
  • Alright the commercial is over - we understand the need for an increase in fuel economy and I’m here today to talk about the future vehicle technologies in the 2020 to 2030 time frame and what our members are doing do meet the future CAFE and GHG standards. As you know, development of a comprehensive national energy policy continues with concerns mounting over climate change and energy security. The energy challenge is huge. And not just here in North America.
  • I’m Mike Stanton, President and CEO of Global Automakers. We work with industry leaders, legislators and regulators to create public policy that improves vehicle safety, encourages technological innovation, and protects our planet. Our goal is to foster a competitive environment in which vehicles are designed and built to enhance Americans’ quality of life. Today our members account for about 40% of U.S. sales and produce almost half of what they sell here in the U.S. We appreciate the work that you’ve done in past studies on CAFE and advanced technologies. It is so important to continue research in this area.
  • Ga market report_november 2013 final

    1. 1. Global Automakers Monthly Market Report for November 2013 December 11, 2013 | Washington, D.C.
    2. 2. November 2013 Segment Shares of Total Industry Share as a segment % of total automobile industry Large pickup sales shrunk just more than 1 percentage point from October. All other segments remained close to the same segment share as the prior month, with the exception of CUVs, which grew from 25.3% to 26.9%. Passenger cars accounted for nearly three-quarters (74%) of the total industry in November. Small Pickup, 1.6% Large Van, 1.7% Large Pickup, 12.1% Small Car, 17.5% Small Van, 3.6% SUV, 7.1% Midsize Car, 18.1% CUV, 26.9% Luxury Car, 9.0% Large Car, 2.4% Source: Ward’s Automotive Reports
    3. 3. November 2013 Segment Shares of the Car Market Share as a % of total passenger car market Sales of luxury cars grew to 19.1% of the total passenger car market in November. Small cars also received a boost, while midsize car sales moved downward slightly, from 39.9% to 38.5%. Luxury Car 19.1% Small Car 37.3% Large Car 5.1% Midsize Car 38.5% Source: Ward’s Automotive Reports
    4. 4. November 2013 Segment Shares of Light Truck Market Share as a % of total light truck market Consumer adoption of CUVs, or crossover utility vehicles, continued to grow in November, growing 3 percentage points over the prior month to 57.3%. Sales of CUVs pulled sales from the large pickup segment, while other segments in the light truck market remained steady. Large P/U, 25.8% Small P/U, 3.4% Large Van, 3.7% CUV, 57.3% Small Van, 7.6% SUV, 15.1% Source: Ward’s Automotive Reports
    5. 5. November 2013 Percentage of Total Industry by Vehicle Segment Vehicle Type Current Month Previous Month YTD 2013 YTD 2012 All Cars 46.97% 46.99% 49.17% 50.51% All Light Trucks 53.03% 53.01% 50.83% 49.49% Due to the growth of CUV sales, the light truck segment took the lead in November, with a 53% share of the market. Source: Ward’s Automotive Reports
    6. 6. November 2013 Percentage of Total Industry by Advanced Technology Current Take % Year Ago Take % November ‘13 Units November ‘12 Units Y/Y Unit Change Hybrid Plug-in Hybrid EV 2.91% 3.07% 36,085 35,002 1,083 0.40% 0.49% 4,899 5,544 645 0.32% 0.23% 3,911 2,614 1,297 CNG 0.01% 0.02% 136 209 73 Clean Diesel .93% 0.93% 11,473 10,647 826 Vehicle Type Sales of hybrids experienced little change from month-to-month in 2013, hovering around the 3% mark. November saw a slight downturn in PHEV and CNG sales. Source: Ward’s Automotive Reports
    7. 7. November 2013 Advanced Technology Vehicle Sales Year-over-year, hybrid sales have grown 15%, rising from just below 400,000 units through November 2012 to nearly 460,000 in 2013. However, the annual average remains at roughly 3% of the entire automotive market. 470,000 420,000 370,000 320,000 Hybrid 270,000 Plug-in Hybrid 220,000 EV 170,000 CNG Diesel 120,000 70,000 20,000 (30,000) November 2012 November 2013 YTD 2012 YTD 2013 Source: HybridCars.com Market Dashboard
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