Change of the Automotive market China

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Change of the Automotive market China by Mind Map: Change of the Automotive market China

1. Mobility as a Service

1.1. Behavior of global automakers (GasgooAutoNews 2018)

1.1.1. FAW-Audi Mobility Service

1.1.1.1. Focusing on new digitalized sharing and mobility expriences

1.1.1.2. Held by FAW-Group, Audi AG, Volkaswagen AG, FAW-Volkswagen

1.1.2. Joint Venture of Didi Chuxing and Volkswagen AG

1.1.2.1. Manage Fleet of about 100,000 vehicles

1.1.2.2. Jointly buy new Cars

1.1.2.3. Research Autonomous Driving

1.1.3. Ford Smart Mobility (Ford and Zotye Joint venture)

1.1.3.1. Develop electric mobility solutions for ride-hailing service providers and drivers

1.1.4. Daimler Mobility Services (Daimler and Geely Joint venture)

1.1.4.1. Premium Ride hailing services with mostly Mercedes high class cars

1.1.5. BMW Group

1.1.5.1. First ride-hailing license for international carmaker

1.2. Autonomous Driving

1.2.1. "Remember that the predicted "flatlining" of sales beginning in 2030 will reduce the overall amount of new cars sold. That means purely human-driven cars will be an endangered species by 2040"

1.2.1.1. Autonomous Cars Will Kill New-Car Sales in 2030, Report Says

1.2.2. On average passenger cars are parked >95% of the time

1.2.2.1. Want to know why Uber and automation really matter? Here’s your answer.

1.2.3. Loosing the connection to the consumer - OEMs become suppliers of Uber/Didi

2. After-Sales Market increasing

2.1. Maintenance to enlarge lifespan is wanted.

2.2. Upgrading and Individualizing wants from Chinese customers

3. OEM

3.1. Chinese OEMs build up brand equity

3.2. New Players in the market

3.2.1. NIU stated just now with presales of E6

3.2.2. AIWAYS starts developing U5

4. Sales

4.1. Budget/Price

4.1.1. used car market increases

4.1.1.1. https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/automotive-and-assembly/our-insights/finding-the-fast-lane-emerging-trends-in-chinas-auto-market

4.1.2. comparison of prices

4.2. new players in the market for distribution ("vending machines"by Alibaba)

4.3. Heavy trucks segment is growing double digit (12-13%)

4.3.1. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackperkowski/2018/02/07/china-autos-a-2017-wrap-up-and-2018-preview/

4.4. NEV (New energy vehicles) are increasing tremendously (52% in 2017)

4.4.1. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackperkowski/2018/02/07/china-autos-a-2017-wrap-up-and-2018-preview/

5. Market

5.1. "Chinese market is maturing, not crashing"

5.1.1. https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2018-10-14/china-s-car-market-is-maturing-not-crashing

5.2. annual growth rate shrank from double digit to single digit number (5-6%)

5.2.1. https://www.forbes.com/sites/jackperkowski/2018/02/07/china-autos-a-2017-wrap-up-and-2018-preview/

5.3. Manufacturers and suppliers have to rethink their business model, focus attention on the user and offer “eascy” mobility solutions.

5.3.1. https://eu-smartcities.eu/sites/default/files/2018-03/pwc-five-trends-transforming-the-automotive-industry.compressed.pdf

5.4. Fast changing Regulations

5.4.1. NEV mandate scheme

5.4.1.1. Car Manufacturers have to sell certain quantity of New Energy Vehicles (NEV) or buy credits (since early 2018)

5.4.1.1.1. https://www.theicct.org/sites/default/files/publications/ICCT_China-NEV-mandate_policy-update_20180111.pdf

5.5. Chinese users represent the greatest demand and acceptance of future forms of mobility

5.5.1. pwc-five-trends-transforming-the-automotive-industry.compressed

6. Electric Vehicles (EV)

6.1. VW, JAC and SEAT join to develop new platform for EV (GasgooAutoNews 2018)

6.2. Regulations supporting EV

6.3. Less complexity, thus changing supply chain, less parts needed - dramatic change for suppliers

7. "EASCY"

7.1. "It’s gonna be so eascy: The automotive future is electrified, autonomous, shared, connected and yearly updated."

7.1.1. pwc-five-trends-transforming-the-automotive-industry.compressed.pdf

7.2. four Dimension of future mobility

7.2.1. Private owned, human driver

7.2.2. Private owned, autonomous driving

7.2.3. Shared cars, human driving

7.2.4. Shared cars, autonomous driving