With the Australian economy recovering, demand for personal vehicles is on the rise. However, shortages in new cars are a major bottleneck for the market. On the other hand, the market for shared vehicles has further diversified with the rise of shared mobility, including sharing bikes and scooters. Public transportation is undergoing structural changes, with the government facing challenges in improving the service after the significant decline in public transport usage during the pandemic.
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The mobility reports examine the changing dynamics of the traditional automotive industry and the transition towards alternative and low emission mobility as consumers, governments and businesses lay emphasis on sustainable transport.
Each mobility report covers six key topics:
Vehicle sales and ownership: Provides insights on the traditional automotive market, examining new car sales and registrations, sales by passenger car type and consumer preference for vehicle ownership.
Electric and alternative fuel vehicles: Analyses electric and alternative fuel passenger car registrations, as well as the legislative frameworks being introduced to incentivise consumer adoption of low emission vehicles.
Shared mobility: Explores the use of various shared mobility modes including ride hailing, ride sharing, scooter sharing, car sharing and bike sharing. Provides some insights on the legislative landscape in promoting shared mobility.
Car Rental: Evaluates the state of the traditional car rental market. This section covers the market size, channels, and types of car rental, as well as the competitive landscape.
Public transportation: Outlines the modes, usage, and consumer attitudes to public transport. Also studies the government initiatives being rolled out to modernise public transport fleets.
Autonomous vehicles and connectivity: Examines the penetration and market readiness of autonomous cars as well as consumer attitudes to self-driving vehicles. In addition, it provides an analysis of infrastructure, legislation, and government support of factors critical to the promotion of self-driving/autonomous cars.
All vehicles captured by Euromonitor's vehicle volume sales data, i.e. light vehicles -passenger cars and light commercial vehicles combined. Medium and heavy-duty trucks and buses are not covered.See All of Our Definitions
This industry report originates from Passport, our Mobility market research database.
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