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Generating Insights on the Innovation and Business Profile of India's Automobile Industry
Two Wheeler Segment, 2000-2015
A project of:
Project team: Rajnish Tiwari and Asif Ismail Ansar Ali
Start: November 2015
Proposed duration: Three months
Project status: In progress
Keywords: Automotive; Automobile; Two Wheelers; Open Innovation; Frugal Innovation; Innovation Path; Innovation Trajectories; India
Schlüsselwörter: Automobilindustrie; Kraftfahrzeuge; Zweiräder; Frugale Innovation; Innovationspfade; Indien
The two-wheeler segment dominates the automobile industry in India, constituting about 81% of the domestic market. As per figures of the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), in fiscal year (FY) 2014-15 Indian automobile companies produced close to 18.5 million two-wheelers, making the country the second largest producer of two wheelers in the world next only to China. Of these about 16 million units were sold in the domestic market, whereas about 2.5 million units were exported to overseas markets. Figure 1 shows that Indian manufacturers of two-wheelers have succeeded in expanding their domestic and export sales.
Figure 1: Domestic and overseas sales of two-wheelers by Indian manufacturers
The objective of the present study is to generate insights on the profile and trends in India's two-wheeler vehice segment by creating and analyzing the profiles of relevant players for the years 2000 to 2015. The study will focus on indicators such as:
The study relies basically on desk research by combing resources scattered across annual reports and other company documents, reports by industry associations such as the SIAM, and reports in the business press.
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