Indonesia automotive industry has developed rapidly over the years and continues to grow. The issues facing your management team today are becoming increasingly complex and sophisticated as competition intensifies and new regulations are introduced. PwC Indonesia’s automotive team understands how the evolving market dynamics are affecting the automotive industry and, more importantly, industry players like you.
At PwC, we bring together experts in these areas and more to help you address these important automotive issues.
Our analysis is tried, tested and trusted in countless business planning exercises.
Located in key markets around the world, Autofacts is a team of dedicated specialists within PwC's Automotive practice who are focused on industry-specific issues and analysis.
Autofacts products and services are used by our clients to assess implications, make recommendations and support a variety of business and planning decisions.
Autofacts is a key strategic asset of PwC’s global automotive practice. Fully integrated with PwC’s more than 5,100 global automotive professionals, Autofacts provides ongoing auto industry analysis our clients use to shape business strategy, assess implications and support a variety of operational decisions.
The Autofacts team also draws from the strengths of PwC’s marketing, sales and financial services groups to support other key areas of automotive companies' functions. Since 1985, our market-tested approach, diverse service offerings and dedication to client service have made Autofacts a trusted advisor throughout the industry.
The key to successful battery EV adoption
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The third edition of this pan-European study captures market perspectives and helps OEMs identify the most viable options to ensure short-term commercial effectiveness in the e-mobility business. It focuses on two different architectures of electric vehicles – Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV) and Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles (PHEV) – that are jointly referred to as EVs. Read more
A PwC survey of automotive suppliers on the current market realities, key drivers, and future expectations for growth and development in the industry. Read more
Several data and events have indicated that the industry is getting back on its feet. Automakers have also pinned high hopes on a stronger recovery this year. Car wholesales for 2021 have certainly rebounded and exceeded 850,000 units; a significant increase compared to 2020's sales. Read more