Productivity of the China electric vehicle market is moderately less. As per the statistics of national Association of Automobile Manufacturers, China’s productivity stood only around 12, 550 units in 2012. Pure electric was the key market vehicle the same year. It had an output of 11, 242 units in 2012. On the other hand, hybrid electric vehicles generated about 1, 311 units in 2012. With the proliferation of China’s industrial regulations, this market is predicted to expand rapidly in the near future. The growth route of novel energy automotives in China has been established. In the phase spanning the ‘twelfth-five-year,’ the nation may pay more attention & priority to plug-in-hybrid & pure electric vehicles. This could boost the cumulate revenue volumes of electric vehicles. Also, three key technical directions of electric control & motor technologies and power batteries have been established. As a form of energy-saving vehicles with intermediary technology; only hybrid vehicles (excluding plug-ins) witness privileged taxation & finance, much lesser than electric vehicles. Regulatory aid, personal customer demands, and industry shifts have also added market sales. The vehicular industry across China has widened its esteemed & huge base of electric vehicles. This base is backed by public & private sectors. Promotion of these vehicles should result in Chinese safety & energy preservation. Electric vehicles can lower ‘carbon dioxide’ ejections. Development of said vehicles also decreases the nation’s dependency on oil imports. These factors bode well for the China electric vehicle market and propel its earnings. With the nation’s higher car demand, its connected gasoline demand can pressurize energy security. China backs & fuels the growth of alternative energies. Its government planned to make the country a dominating producer of hybrid & electric vehicles by 2012. The objective met two primary requirements. The first was ecological improvements & home energy-savings. It was followed by the transformation of vehicle manufacturers into key automobile participants. Though China has one of the biggest vehicular industries around the globe, one of its largest drawbacks is its outmoded gasoline technology. Shift to huge-scale ‘electric vehicle’ operations should make the country more competitive than the west.
1. Overview of Electric Vehicle Industry 1.1 Product Definition and Performance 1.1.1 Definition 1.1.2 Composition 1.2 Classification 1.2.1 Pure Electric Vehicle 1.2.2 Hybrid Electric Vehicle 1.2.3 Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle 2. Status Quo of Foreign Electric Vehicle Industry 2.1 The United States 2.2 Britain 2.3 Italy 2.4 Germany 2.5 Japan 2.6 South Korea 3. Development Environment of China's Electric Vehicle Industry 3.1 Economic Environment 3.1.1 Macro-economy 3.1.2 GDP 3.1.3 Investment in the Fixed Assets 3.1.4 Total Import and Export Volume and Growth Rate 3.2 Relevant Policies, Standards, Laws and Regulations 3.2.1 Industry and Encouragement Policies 3.2.2 Industrialization Promotion 3.2.3 Technical Route, Product R&D, Test and R&D Center 3.2.4 Demonstration, Promotion and Market Cultivation 4. Status Quo of China's Electric Vehicle Industry 4.1 Status Quo 4.1.1 Overview 4.1.2 Existing Problem 4.1.3 Suggestion 4.2 Competitive Landscape 4.2.1 Existing Competitors 4.2.2 Potential Competitors 4.2.3 Substitute 4.2.4 Bargaining Power of Consumers 4.2.5 Bargaining Power of Suppliers 5. Supply and Demand in China's Electric Vehicle Industry 5.1 Analysis and Forecast of Supply 5.2 Factors Affecting the Supply 5.3 Analysis and Forecast of Demand 5.4 Factors Affecting the Demand 5.5 Analysis and Forecast of Price 5.5.1 Current Price 5.5.2 Factors Affecting the Price 5.5.3 Price Trend 6. Import and Export of China's Electric Vehicle Industry 6.1 Import Volume and Amount of Other Types of Manned Vehicles 6.2 Export Volume and Amount of Electric Vehicles 6.3 Main Sources of Import and Destinations of Export Sorted by Trade Value 6.3.1 Sources of Import 6.3.2 Destinations of Export 7. Technological Development of China's Electric Vehicle Industry 7.1 Development Status of Key Technologies 7.2 Technological Gap between China and Foreign Countries 7.3 Strategies for the Technological Improvement 8. Main Enterprises in China's Electric Vehicle Industry 8.1 China FAW Group Corporation 8.1.1 Company Profile 8.1.2 Business Performance 8.1.3 Electric Vehicle Relevant Projects 8.2 Dongfeng Motor Group Co., Ltd. (DFG) 8.2.1 Company Profile 8.2.2 Business Performance 8.2.3 Electric Vehicle Relevant Projects 8.3 SAIC Motor Corporation Limited 8.3.1 Company Profile 8.3.2 Business Performance 8.3.3 Electric Vehicle Relevant Projects 8.4 Chery Automobile Co., Ltd. 8.4.1 Company Profile 8.4.2 Business Performance 8.4.3 Electric Vehicle Relevant Projects 8.5 Chongqing Changan Automobile Company Limited 8.5.1 Company Profile 8.5.2 Business Performance 8.5.3 Electric Vehicle Relevant Projects 8.6 Zhejiang Geely Holding Group 8.6.1 Company Profile 8.6.2 Business Performance 8.6.3 Electric Vehicle Relevant Projects 8.7 BYD Company Limited 8.7.1 Company Profile 8.7.2 Business Performance 8.7.3 Electric Vehicle Relevant Projects 9. Development Trend of China's Electric Vehicle Industry 9.1Constraints 9.1.1 Energy Storage Ability of Storage Battery 9.1.2 Price Factor 9.1.3 Public Supporting Infrastructure 9.2 Product Development Trend 9.2.1 Ultra-miniature Automobiles Driven by Pure Storage Batteries 9.2.2 Diversified Development of Drive Motors 9.2.3 Hybrid Electric Vehicle 9.2.4 Fuel Cell Automobile will be the Focus of Competition 9.3 Industry Development Trend 10. Investment Suggestions from Industrial Experts 10.1 SWOT 10.1.1 Opportunity 10.1.2 Strength 10.1.3 Threat 10.1.4 Weakness 10.2 Investment Suggestions
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