Connected Car Market Dynamics in China: Telematics, Infotainment, and C-V2X

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 15 Jun 2021
Code: AN-5406
Research Type: Research Report
Pages: 42
Connected Car Market Dynamics in China: Telematics, Infotainment, and C-V2X
RELATED SERVICE: Smart Mobility & Automotive
Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • Comprehend the Chinese market singularities that can pose formidable competitive hurdles to foreign players.
  • Adapt and formulate strategies that meet the local market expectations.
  • Use the detailed assessment of local customer preferences as input for product planning.
  • Understand how to adapt to serving the local OEMs that are more flexible and ambitious than their foreign counterparts.
Critical Questions Answered

Critical Questions Answered

  • What are the key differences between Chinese and Global connected vehicle trends?
  • How can foreign players succeed in China?
  • What are the key telematics and embedded infotainment trends in China?
  • How is the C-V2X competitive landscape structured, and what will be the market size within the next ten years?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • Detailed assessment of the key formal and informal barriers for non-local players in China.
  • Strategic recommendations for non-domestic automakers and suppliers competing in the Chinese connected car market.
  • Ten-year C-V2X Onboard-Unit (OBU) and Roadside Unit (RSU) shipment forecasts.
  • Ten-year forecasts of active telematics, infotainment, and UBI connections.
Who Should Read This?

Who Should Read This?

  • Decision-makers within OEMs and Tier 1s responsible for connected vehicle solutions deployment.
  • Product managers at MNOs, semiconductor, and software companies providing connectivity and infotainment enabling technologies.
  • Strategists in OEMs, silicon suppliers, and Tier 2 companies supporting the automotive industry looking to expand their Chinese footprint.

Table of Contents


1.1. Market Singularities
1.2. Strategic Recommendations for Non-domestic Players


2.1. Chinese Carmakers
2.2. Foreign Carmakers


3.1. Challenges to Foreign Players
3.2. Opportunities
3.3. Form Factor
3.4. Usage-Based Insurance
3.5. Ericsson
3.6. Thales
3.7. Octo Telematics
3.8. Cheche


4.1. Applications and Human-Machine Interface/UX
4.2. Rear Seat
4.3. Smartphone Mirroring
4.4. Connected Navigation
4.5. Electric Vehicles
4.6. In-Vehicle Payments
4.7. What about Differentiation?
4.8. Legal Restrictions
4.9. Key Players

5. C-V2X

5.1. National Strategy
5.2. Applications
5.3. On-Board Unit
5.4. Roadside Unit
5.5. Competitive Landscape
5.6. Cohda Wireless
5.7. Savari
5.8. Fibocom
5.9. Commsignia
5.10. Autotalks
5.11. Qualcomm


6.1. Succeeding in China as a Foreign Player
6.2. Chinese Companies Going Global


7.1. Connected Vehicles
7.2. C-V2X OBU
7.3. RSU Installed Base