Aim The aim of this study is to analyze the global carsharing services market and to provide an overview of types of services, regional snapshots, and emerging trends. Objectives
To provide a strategic overview of the global carsharing market, which consists traditional, corporate, and P2P services
To offer insight into the operational and business models of traditional carsharing services
To present a comparative analysis of growth of the traditional carsharing market from 2006 to 2013 and forecast it through 2020
To discuss 2013 highlights in the traditional carsharing market and the growth expected in 2014
To comparatively analyze carsharing by region, powertrain, and technology
To offer insight into the corporate carsharing market
To examine the OEMs involved in carsharing services
To provide an outlook for the global P2P carsharing market
To offer strategic conclusions and recommendations.
About this report
The study offers a strategic insight into the global traditional carsharing market, with snapshots of the emerging segments of corporate and peer-to-peer (P2P) carsharing. The study examines the growth of carsharing over the past few years, and provides 2014 growth outlooks for membership and number of vehicles in North America, Latin America, Europe, Australia, and Asia. It studies the factors accelerating the growth of carsharing membership, including the evolving business models of rental companies, original equipment manufacturers and carsharing operators; new technology; mergers and acquisitions; expanding territories; and the increase in use of electric vehicles.
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