Oppotunities And Challenges In Indonesia's Automotive Industry

ASEAN is host to two of the world's most important emerging markets for Automotive - Thailand and Indonesia. In our latest automotive publication our Automotive team provide you with an outlook on the Indonesian automotive industry in 2020, including the opportunities and challenges that automotive OEMs and parts manufacturers will need to address.

Oppotunities And Challenges In Indonesia's Automotive Industry

The author(s)

  • Markus Scherer Ipsos Marketing, Hong Kong
  • Douglas Cassidy Ipsos Marketing, Indonesia
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Over the next five years the passenger vehicle segment will remain very attractive, while growth of the commercial vehicle segment will be slower:

  • Passenger vehicle (PV) growth is estimated at CAGR 6.8% to 2020
  • Motorcycle (MC) growth is estimated at CAGR 4.8% to 2020
  • Truck growth is estimated at CAGR 3.5% to 2020
  • Bus growth is estimated at CAGR 1.9% to 2020

Greater Jakarta will remain the key region driving PV and CV growth, while demand from medium and smaller-sized cities is expected to increase over the next decade.

In the PV segment, the lo- cost green car segment (LCGC) is expected to experience the fastest growth at CAGR 8.1% to 2020.

In the truck segment, the gasoline light-duty truck segment (GLDT) is expected to experience the fastest growth at CAGR 4.6% to 2020.

In the bus segment, the medium-duty bus segment (MDB) is expected to experience the fastest growth at CAGR 3.2% to 2020.

  1. Passenger vehicle and motorcycle market trends
  2. Commercial vehicle market trends

The author(s)

  • Markus Scherer Ipsos Marketing, Hong Kong
  • Douglas Cassidy Ipsos Marketing, Indonesia

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