Who is it for?

Some market intelligence doesn’t look under the hood. Our automotive market clients need to go further than that.

You want fast, reliable data on all the key industry categories – market size, segmentation, forecasts and shares.

You need to know where innovation is coming from – and where it’s headed next. Automotive components, technologies, products, service and sales. What’s hot, and what’s not.

And you need to understand your consumer – who they are, how they buy, where they go. What they drive. And what drives them.

You can count on our experience and our in-depth knowledge of the automotive market to the full picture of the automotive industry. We can help you to identify the best opportunities and the gaps on the market.

How do we fit?

At Mintel, We know the road ahead.

Our international team of automotive market experts tracks the industry day in, day out:the trends, the innovations, changes in consumer preference and spending habits.

That knowledge and experience fuels our creative thought – we ask ‘why’, ‘what if’ and ‘where next’ to deliver actionable insights you can start using immediately. We provide a roadmap for your automotive business’s future.

You can count on our top quality market data on the automotive industry to take the right decision:we will help you to understand the current market and identify new real opportunities.

Category coverage

  • Car Sales

  • Luxury car market

  • Motorcycles, scooters and mopeds

  • Used car market

  • Car maintenance and repair

  • Vehicle recovery sector

  • In car electronics market

  • Car and van rental market

  • Automotive cleaning products

  • Tyres, batteries and automotive accessories

  • Car insurance market

  • Fuel


  • Consumer research

  • Population and demographics

  • Market size

  • Market share

  • Market segmentation

  • Market forecast

  • Brand communication

  • Brand research

  • Brand preference

  • Channel distribution


US automotive industry is back and stronger than before

by Tim Healey on Automotive

For the third-straight month this July, new-vehicle sales in the US topped a seasonally-adjusted sales rate of 17 million units. That means there’s a good chance that 2015 will mark the first year since 2006 that Americans bought …

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