The vehicles every year try to better replace the needs of the consumers, that is why they are in a constant process of transformation and adaptation.
According to the magazine specialized in vehicles, The engine, the uncertainties point to the speed of these changes and the positioning of large companies in the sector in this environment. That is why the international consultant KPMG delivered a Global Automotive Review (GAES).
Year after year and for the past two decades KPMG has been conducting these surveys to thousands of managers in the automotive sector and an approximate of 2 thousand consumers around the world.
That's why those who participate in this survey are qualified to comment on the subject and refer to brands that will stand out over the next few years.
According to the survey, the brand best positioned for the immediate future at five years is the Toyota group, Followed by BMW and Tesla. 60% of respondents consider the Japanese company It will increase its participation in the world market, Compared to 32% who think that it will maintain it and 7% that it considers will diminish.
The other brands that follow the path to Toyota – after BMW and Tesla – in ascending order are: the Volkswagen Group, Daimler / Mercedes-Benz, Honda Group, Hyundai Group, Beijing Group, Ford Group and Renault-Nissan Group.
The GAES study also analyzes the Trends that will affect the sector during the next years. Among them is the vision that experts offer about the main brands about their preparation to face the two most ambitious challenges for those who are betting companies: Electrification and autonomous driving.
In addition, the report highlights that Tesla is positioned in third place despite the image That the American company of electric cars projects in the media.
As for the Best electric vehicles In the future of five years, the respondents believe that the company that will lead the first position in 2025 will be the BMW group, ahead of Tesla and the Toyota Group in the third place. The German company is enjoying this rating from the last four reports of KPMG.
The positions are maintained for the companies that stand out in 2025 in the technologies of autonomous conduction. The Japanese group has managed to significantly improve its position, moving from seventh place in the 2018 report to third place this year. On the other hand, Ford has fallen from third place to fourth, the same as it has happened to Daimler when moving from fourth place to fifth.