Motor Industry Update

In our Motor Industry updates, the Deloitte Motor Industry Services team analyses the trends, pressure points and opportunities affecting the motor industry today and explores how they will impact you.

From the big issues, such as the currents in the global economy, down to the fine detail, such as how the latest technology could impact your parts business, we give you the insights which will help you take advantage of the opportunities in the industry today.

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  • 2019 Global Automotive Consumer Study

    Grant Cameron | 16 April 2019

    Consumers continue to entertain the evolution of their mobility ecosystem. This study has helped identify consumer behaviors and trends across countries and generations. This study continues to evolve, and in its 10th year, it is one of the largest studies done to date. This year, we have an Australian market global comparison as well as the global study available - This study helps inform our work and insight into the evolution of mobility, smart cities, connectivity, transportation and other changes transforming the movement of people and goods. 

  • The Future of the Automotive Value Chain

    16 April 2018

    More than ever before, the automotive industry today is in a state of constant pressure: from demanding customers, strict regulators and also from cash-rich major tech players. The burning question is how to REACT to these threats. Or more importantly, how to ACT with vigour and strategic foresight and come out on top.

  • Deloitte City Mobility Index

    31 January 2018

    Gauging global readiness for the future of mobility.  Deloitte examines each city’s transportation landscape and its future of mobility readiness through three thematic areas—performance and resilience, vision and leadership, and service and inclusion. While cities like Helsinki and Singapore score high on the mobility index and are a few strides away from becoming future of mobility leaders, some cities continue to tackle mobility challenges ranging from public transport coverage, inclusive & integrated transport networks, journey planning tools, to mobility technology investments and policy & regulation.

  • 2018 Global Automotive Consumer Study

    25 January 2018

    As consumers entertain more options in meeting their transportation needs, how is the industry shifting to anticipate the future? For the last nine years, this study has helped identify automotive industry consumer behaviors and trends across countries and generations. Explore the latest insights to remain up to speed on the ever-evolving automotive retail industry.

  • Update on Flex Commission

    5 October 2017

    Explore how you can prepare your business for the Flex commission changes effective 1st Nov 2018

  • Embracing the opportunity in uncertainty - Navigating Economic uncertainties

    11 August 2017

    While the resilience of the Australian economy is commendable, with the global uncertainty since the GFC, Australian businesses have been increasingly confronted by the “new mediocre” globally for a better part of the decade. Explore how the Australian economy may change, what will that mean for your business 

  • Understanding the ASIC Regulation Impact Statement CP279

    11 August 2017

    Finance and Insurance income has been one of the major contributors to dealer profitability in recent times. We’ve seen its advent and rise to become one of the key levers of dealer profitability. Understand how proposed flex commission changes may affect the Australian Motor Industry.

  • Embracing the opportunity in uncertainty - Motor vehicle retail in Australia

    9 August 2017

    Australia has now successfully navigated the economic ups and downs of this world without slipping into a recession for a record 25 years. While this is a commendable achievement in itself, it also shadows some of the challenges that we face, making it difficult to clearly recognise these challenges and prepare for them. Understand the challenges the motor vehicle retail industry is facing in Australia and how you can exploit them to navigate these uncertain times.

  • Leading Indicators of Profitability

    Balram Dabhade | 17 May 2017

    Leading indicators are designed to flag potential problems early, so that preventive action can be taken. They also identify your areas of improvement, where you can focus resources in time to prevent undesirable business outcomes.

  • Leading Indicators of Profitability II

    Balram Dabhade | 17 May 2017

    Leading indicators are designed to flag potential problems early so that preventive action can be taken. In this series, the second leading indicator we investigate is transactional new vehicle gross profit. Find out how this KPI can influence dealer profitability.