Trends and market Analysis Automotive Germany

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Clairfield International analised the global automotive industry, market trends and the M&A activity.

The study gives a short overview of the automotive sector. In detail, the study shows the Global, European and German M&A market, European and German automotive market, upcoming key trends. There is a general change from combustion engine to hybrid, electrical powertrain.

In H1 2016, the global automotive M&A deal volume and deal value underperformed in relation to the first half of 2015. The deal value of $21.3bn in H1 2016 decreased by 37% compared to H1 2015. Europe stayed the most active region for M&A activity with an decrease in volume and share of deal value.
The annual growth rate for the period 2016 until 2022 is expected to be 3.3%, based on a PwC calculation. That is an add of 19.6 million vehicles. China remains the driver for the future: 7.7 million more cars will be assembled for China until 2022.
Lightweight to reduce emissions remains a trend but might be replaced by trends like big data, autonomous driving and electric vehicles. Digitalization and “big data” is a growing market, until 2030 it is estimated to become a $600bn market. Autonomous driving is the highlight project and is becoming an important purchase criteria for the future, 62% of the CEOs expect it. The number of hybrid- and electro vehicles are expected to increase in the three global markets EU, NAFTA and China for new registered cars to be more than 75% by 2030.
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