Japan Electric Car Market size was valued US$ XX Mn in 2019 and the total revenue is expected to grow at XX% through 2020 to 2027, reaching US$ XX Mn. The report has covered market trends with competitive landscape. Japan Electric Car Market Overview: Electric cars had their leading year ever in 2019, even as storm clouds met over their future. The numbers were vast. Automakers committed $225 Bn to electrification in the coming years. Electric vehicles gripped 2.2% of the global vehicle market over the first 10 months of 2019 as a slew of new models hit the road. Ford revealed the upcoming electric Mustang Mach-E & an electric F-150 pick-up. Increasing public awareness about the relationship among climate, pollution, & personal consumption has led to a rapid growth in demand for green transportation options with electrified transit, cars & scooters. However, despite the rise in demand, few global cities have begun adding electric vehicles to their public & private transportation fleets. The places which have are mainly located in the Asia-Pacific. The Japanese plug-in electric car market is in an unsatisfactory stage. After a 7 percent decrease in 2018, in 2019 sales declined by another 17 percent year-over-year to 43,867. The market share was just 0.8 percent (compared to 1.0% in 2018, and 1.1% in 2017), which is very low compared to other nations. Japanese Automakers Honda & Toyota Ready to Join EV Revolution.Toyota & Honda have signaled they are finally ready to embrace EVs. For aims that appear to involve national politics, Japanese automakers have been hesitant to embrace the EV revolution. Following the disaster at Fukushima, the Japanese government made a decision that hydrogen should be the foundation of the country’s clean energy future.Owing to the close relationship between government & industry in Japan, it has seemed that Toyota & Honda elected to put all their eggs in the hydrogen basket. They spent huge amounts of money & time developing hydrogen fuel cell cars. Only Nissan drifted from the path prescribed by national policy to develop the LEAF. But electric cars are in strong demand. The Future of Minicar: Nissan, Japan’s second number car maker, too is pushing its new IMk as aninnovative expression of Minicar.Kei cars, which signify about a third of all Japanese passenger car sales, are the low-cost, fuel-sipping vehicles marketed almost fully for the domestic market & normally start around $10,000.Toyota did not disclose pricing details for the ultra-compact BEV.Honda Motor is also following a “smaller-is-better” strategy with its higher-priced Honda e, a petite, four-seater battery electric hatchback launched earlier this year.Honda plans to sell it in Europe & Japan at a starting price of around $32,000, putting it in range of Tesla’s Model 3 that has a starting price of around $39,000. Japanese automakers are not the only ones to see smaller electric vehicles as the short-term solution to the high-cost & limited range of battery electric vehicles. Small electric vehicles have been on the global market for the past decade, since Daimler AG’s Smart brand launched a battery electric version of its Fortwo model.But they have yet to go conventional partly owing to a starting price north of $20,000, similar to numerous family-sized gasoline sedans, & a lack of demand in North America. Manufacturers have been forced to halt production lines & close dealerships in a bid to stop the spread of corona virus. Overall auto sales in plunged 79% in February compared with the same month in 2019, Sales of new energy vehicles fell for the eighth month in a row. China's auto market was already whirling from a large drop in demand in 2019. In 2020 no carmaker has been safe to the effects of the coronavirus. That contains everyone from the oldest joint ventures producing internal combustion engine SUVs to the most innovative startups making electric vehicles. The majority of electric car makers will not survive. But how long they survive & whether industry consolidation occurs through lots of mergers or bankruptcies will depend on the willingness of the government. The objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the Japan Electric Car Market including all the stakeholders of the industry. The past and current status of the industry with forecasted market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that includes market leaders, followers and new entrants. PORTER, SVOR, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the market have been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers. The report also helps in understanding Japan Electric Car Market dynamics, structure by analyzing the market segments and project the Japan Electric Car Market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players by Application, price, financial position, Product portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the Japan Electric Car Market make the report investor’s guide.
Japan Electric Car Market, By Technology• BEV • PHEV • HEV
Japan Electric Car Market, By Product• Hatchback • Sedan • SUV • Others
Japan Electric Car Market, By Battery• LFP • Li-NMC • Others
Japan Electric Car Market, By Battery Capacity• >201 Ah • <201 Ah
Japan Electric Car Market, By End-User• Shared mobility providers • Government organizations • Personal users • Others
Japan Electric Car Market Key Players• Hyundai Motor Company • Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited • Volvo Car Corporation • Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd • Tata Motors Limited • Honda Motor Co. Ltd. • AIMA Technology Co., Ltd. • Clean Motion AB • UDA Motor Co. Ltd. • Xiaomi Inc. • Zhejiang Luyuan Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. • Yadea Technology Group • Viar Motor Indonesia • STAR 8 AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
Table of Contents
Japan Electric Car Market1. Preface 1.1. Report Scope and Market Segmentation 1.2. Research Highlights 1.3. Research Objectives 2. Assumptions and Research Methodology 2.1. Report Assumptions 2.2. Abbreviations 2.3. Research Methodology 2.3.1. Secondary Research 18.104.22.168. Secondary data 22.214.171.124. Secondary Sources 2.3.2. Primary Research 126.96.36.199. Data from Primary Sources 188.8.131.52. Breakdown of Primary Sources 3. Executive Summary: Japan Electric Car Market Size, by Market Value (US$ Mn) 4. Market Overview 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Market Indicator 4.2.1. Drivers 4.2.2. Restraints 4.2.3. Opportunities 4.2.4. Challenges 4.3. Porter’s Analysis 4.4. Value Chain Analysis 4.5. Market Risk Analysis 4.6. SWOT Analysis 4.7. Industry Trends and Emerging Technologies 5. Supply Side and Demand Side Indicators 6. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis and Forecast 7. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis and Forecast, by Technology 7.1. Introduction and Definition 7.2. Key Findings 7.3. Japan Electric Car Market Value Share Analysis, by Technology 7.4. Japan Electric Car Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Technology 7.5. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis, byTechnology 7.6. Japan Electric Car Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Technology 8. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis and Forecast, by Product 8.1. Introduction and Definition 8.2. Key Findings 8.3. Japan Electric Car Market Value Share Analysis, by Product 8.4. Japan Electric Car Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Product 8.5. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis, by Product 8.6. Japan Electric Car Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Product 9. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis and Forecast, by Battery 9.1. Introduction and Definition 9.2. Key Findings 9.3. Japan Electric Car Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery 9.4. Japan Electric Car Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Battery 9.5. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis, byBattery 9.6. Japan Electric Car Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Battery 10. JapanElectric Car Market Analysis and Forecast, by Battery Capacity 10.1. Introduction and Definition 10.2. Key Findings 10.3. Japan Electric Car Market Value Share Analysis, by Battery Capacity 10.4. Japan Electric Car Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Battery Capacity 10.5. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis, byBattery Capacity Japan Electric Car Market Attractiveness Analysis, by Battery Capacity 11. JapanElectric Car Market Analysis and Forecast, by End-User 11.1. Introduction and Definition 11.2. Key Findings 11.3. Japan Electric Car Market Value Share Analysis, by End-User 11.4. Japan Electric Car Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast, by End-User 11.5. Japan Electric Car Market Analysis, byEnd-User 12. JapanElectric Car Market Analysis 12.1. Key Findings 12.2. Japan Electric CarMarketOverview 12.3. Japan Electric Vehicle Motor Value Share Analysis, by Type 12.4. Japan Electric CarMarket Forecast, by Technology 12.4.1. BEV 12.4.2. PHEV 12.4.3. HEV 12.5. Japan Electric CarMarket Forecast, by Product 12.5.1. Hatchback 12.5.2. Sedan 12.5.3. SUV 12.5.4. Others 12.6. Japan Electric CarMarket Forecast, by Battery 12.6.1. LFP 12.6.2. Li-NMC 12.6.3. Others 12.7. Japan Electric CarMarket Forecast, by BatteryCapacity 12.7.1. >201 Ah 12.7.2. <201 Ah 12.8. Japan Electric CarMarket Forecast, by End-User 12.8.1. Shared mobility providers 12.8.2. Government organizations 12.8.3. Personal users 12.8.4. Others. 12.8.5. 12.9. PEST Analysis 12.10. Key Trends 12.11. Key Developments 13. Company Profiles 13.1. Market Share Analysis, by Company 13.2. Competition Matrix 13.2.1. Competitive Benchmarking of key players by price, presence, market share, Vehicle Type and R&D investment 13.2.2. New Product Launches and Product Enhancements 13.2.3. Market Consolidation 184.108.40.206. M&A by Regions, Investment and Vehicle Type 220.127.116.11. M&A Key Players, Forward Integration and Backward Integration 13.3. Company Profiles: Key Players 13.3.1. Hyundai Motor Company 13.3.2. Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited 13.3.3. Volvo Car Corporation 13.3.4. Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd 13.3.5. Tata Motors Limited 13.3.6. Honda Motor Co. Ltd. 13.3.7. AIMA Technology Co., Ltd. 13.3.8. Clean Motion AB 13.3.9. UDA Motor Co. Ltd. 13.3.10. Xiaomi Inc. 13.3.11. Zhejiang Luyuan Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. 13.3.12. Yadea Technology Group 13.3.13. Viar Motor Indonesia 13.3.14. STAR 8 AUSTRALIA PTY LTD. 14. Primary Key Insights.