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Competitive Analysis – Reva Electric Car

The REVA electric car is an innovative concept that has been introduced in the Indian market because of the rising fuel price in the country. The idea behind its conception is to provide a car that is eco-friendly and a small car that would be suitable for growing problems in traffic. The company introduced its… View Article

Who Killed the Electric Car

The electric car introduced in 1996 and was popular in California. The car was quiet small and produced no exhaust; it was a product that was loved by consumers and eco-friendly. This idea of the electric car was not one that was recent in implementing; about 100 years ago there were more electric cars than… View Article

Automobile – Opel

Introduction – A museum is an institution that cares for (conserves) a collection of artefacts and other objects of scienti$c, artistic, cultural, or historical importance and makes them available for public viewing through exhibits that may be permanent or temporary. Museums have varying aims, ranging from serving researchers and specialists to serving the general public…. View Article

Automobile Industry History

You are here: Home › World Industries › Auto Industry › Auto Industry | Automobile Industry | Car Industry Auto Industry | Automobile Industry | Car Industry. Automobile Industry History : In the year 1769, a French engineer by the name of Nicolas J. Cugnot invented the first automobile to run on roads. This automobile,… View Article

Pakistan Automobile Industry

Automobile market is one of the largest segments in world trade. In a fast globalized world, this industry is facing huge challenges like cutting cost, upgrading models, improving fuel efficiency and enhancing customers comfort without compromising quality. I categories automobile industry of Pakistan in different phases. In first phase, automotive assembling of Bedford truck followed… View Article

Automotive Industry in Slovakia

2. Describe the industry and explain why you have chosen that one (Porter’s five forces). The automotive industry is a big term; indeed it is used to describe a large range of companies and organizations engaged in the development, design, manufacture, marketing, and selling of motor vehicles. The automotive industry is one of the world’s… View Article

The making of a Global Alliance: Nissan and Renault

The term strategic alliance has become widely used to describe an agreement between two or more businesses joining together to cooperate in a specific business activity, so that each benefits from the strengths of the other and gains competitive advantage. The businesses are usually not in direct competition, but have similar products or services that… View Article

Ford Motor Company

Ford Motor Company is the third largest automobile manufacturer in the world based on automobiles sold. Ford manufactures and distributes automobiles in 200 markets across six continents (Datamonitor 4). Ford’s brands include Ford, Jaguar, Lincoln, Mercury, Volvo, Land Rover, Aston Martin, and Mazda. Ford’s key products include passenger cars, trucks, busses and vans, sport utility… View Article

The Global Car Industry

The car industry environment is very complex due to the large number of product markets, buyers, suppliers and customers, which spread across the globe. As such, it has often been described as “the industry of all industries”. There are various forces that influence this environment. Hence, this report analyzes some of the political, economic, socio-cultural… View Article

Market segmentation for Passenger Motor Vehicles

Passenger Motor Vehicles can be segmented in various ways according to five major segmentation variables including geographical, demographical, psychological, benefit and behaviourial. The traditional way of segment the car industry is shown below: Mini (e.g. Nissan Micra, Seat Marbella) Small (e.g. Fiat Uno, Opel Corsa, VW Polo, Rover Metro) Medium (e.g. Fiat Tipo, VW Golf,… View Article

Cars today

Cars today are very common but about 200 years ago they were thought to be just some kind of crazy invention. The origin of the automobile can be traced back to Europe, but it became a major form of transportation in the United States. Most European cars were hand made, and they were very expensive… View Article

Porter’s 5-Force Analysis of Toyota

Threat of New Entrants – Low Entering a car manufacturing market is very costly and risky. The initial capital investment is extremely high, while the competition between the companies is very intense and dominated by the well established companies. The well-known brand, unshakable market presence in various segments, and large size gives Toyota a competitive… View Article

Case – HBS: Fiat — Tata

1 What is Fiat’s current situation in India? Fiat is an Italian automobile manufacturer based in Turin. Fiat India in Indian car market is facing the dilemma of poor sales. It had a very small market share in India comparing to other existing automobile competitors. There was a good and long relationship with Tata Motors in… View Article

Ford vs Chevrolet

Ford and Chevrolet (Chevy) are in the automotive industry and have been in completion for many years start back in 1908, both companies started in the state of Michigan and have been battling it out for profits, market share and hometown bragging rights. Ford was founded in the suburb of Dearborn, Michigan and Chevy was… View Article