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國際的汽車製造商電動車 (EV) 與IoV (Internet of Vehicles) 的展開策略

Leading International Automakers Deployment Strategies in Electric Vehicles and Internet of Vehicles (pre-order)

出版商 MIC - Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute 商品編碼 960570
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 27 Pages
商品交期: 約2個工作天內
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國際的汽車製造商電動車 (EV) 與IoV (Internet of Vehicles) 的展開策略 Leading International Automakers Deployment Strategies in Electric Vehicles and Internet of Vehicles (pre-order)
出版日期: 2020年09月10日內容資訊: 英文 27 Pages
簡介

國際的汽車廠商,由於對政府的政策與隨時間變化的規定的擔憂,大流行後的時代以電動車 (EV)為優先 。

本報告提供全球國際性汽車製造商新能源車調查分析,Volkswagen和Tesla的EV策略,對電氣化的汽車製造商供應鏈的變化,加上全球IoV (Internet of Vehicles) 開發,IoV生態系統,主要促進因素等系統性資訊。

目錄

  • 國際的汽車製造商電動車 (EV) 策略
  • 國際的汽車製造商IoV (Internet of Vehicles) 策略
目錄
Product Code: NASYM20091001

Traditional assembly plants believe 2020 is the seminal year for EV (Electric Vehicles). German carmakers remain the most aggressive players in BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) considering their targets and investment. International carmakers give priority to EVs in the post-pandemic era due to concerns over government policy and time pressure. This report provides an overview of global new energy cars of international automakers; looks into electric vehicle strategies of Volkswagen and Tesla that were ranked no.1 in petroleum car sales and EV sales in 2019, respectively; examines changes in supply chains of automakers on the road to electrification. This report also explores the global development of IoV (Internet of Vehicles), main pillars of the IoV ecosystem, and major driving factors to facilitate the vehicle and infrastructure cooperation.

Table of Contents

  • Leading International Automakers’ Electric Vehicle Strategies
  • Leading International Automakers’ IoV (Internet of Vehicle) Strategies

List of Topics

Development of traditional and new energy vehicles, touching on their sales volume and changes in supply chains on the road to electrification

Electric vehicle strategies of Volkswagen Group and Tesla

The ecosystem of the IoV (Internet of Vehicles), comprising of three major sub-ecosystems: smart vehicles, infrastructure, and inter-cooperation, and includes their key development trends

Companies covered

Amazon

Anritsu

Apple

AT&T

Audi

Baidu

Beijing Automotive Group

Bentley

BMW

Bosch

BYD

CATL

Cisco

Cohda Wireless

Daimler Mercedes

FAW

FCA

Ford

GAC Group

Geely Automobile

General Motors

Guoxuan High-tech

Hibar

Honda Motor

Hyundai & Kia

KIA

Lamborghini

LG Chem

Maxwell

Microsoft

Nissan

Nokia

Northvolt

NVidia

Panasonic

Porsche

PSA Group

QuantumScape

Renault-Nissan

SAIC Motor

Samsung

SK Chemicals

Tencent

Toyota

Volkswagen Group