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​AASA’s Landmark ‘Aftermarket 2025/2030’ Foreshadowed Current Analysis About Advanced Technology Growth

Date: June 20, 2019
Recent reports show that a number of automotive industry analysts are becoming more conservative in their forecasts of advanced technology’s growth – a position that AASA noted in its study with Strategy &, Aftermarket 2025/2030: An Objective Assessment of New Technologies and Opportunities for Growth, released at the 2018 Vision Conference.
 
The report notes, “Based on differences in replacement rates and price changes, projected revenue growth by product category varies a lot,” but observes that 36 percent of the growth is from new products or technology.
 
“Aftermarket 2025/2030: An Objective Assessment of New Technologies and Opportunities for Growth” examines the impact of emerging new vehicle technology – electrified, connected and shared – and the opportunities and threats this new technology creates for the aftermarket. It is available to AASA members as a member benefit here.
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