Future of Mass Market and Premium Performance Vehicles to 2025: Breakdown by Entry Performance, Dedicated Performance, Upmarket Performance & Luxury Performance - ResearchAndMarkets.com

December 14, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec 14, 2018--The “Future of Mass Market and Premium Performance Vehicles, 2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

This research service offers an overview of the future of performance vehicles in the mass market and premium vehicle spaces. Performance vehicles are vehicles designed and manufactured with particular focus on speed and acceleration.

Performance vehicles are generally used as a test bed for advanced technology and span all major automotive segments. The key body-styles that performance vehicles are designed in are: coupe, grand tourer, sports compacts, sports sedans, sports SUVs, and roadsters, but exist in the other body-style segments as well.

This research primarily categorizes the performance vehicles under 4 major categories:

Entry Performance: This category includes vehicles such as the Volkswagen Golf GTI and primarily exists in the mass market, costing between $15,000 and $40,000. Dedicated Performance: This category includes vehicles such as the Dodge Hellcat, and exists in both the mass market and premium spaces, costing between $35,000 and $85,000. Upmarket Performance: This category includes vehicles such as the BMW M5, and exists in the premium vehicle space, costing between $50,000 and $150,000. Luxury Performance: This category includes vehicles such as the Bugatti Chiron and exists in the premium and super premium spaces, costing more than $100,000 and up to a maximum of $3 million to $4 million. Vehicle performance has been defined by vehicle top speed and acceleration. 10 years ago, Ferrari Enzo was the quickest accelerating vehicle reaching 100 kph in 2.3 seconds, while the fastest vehicle was the Bugatti Veyron Super sport reaching 415 kph. As of 2018, the quickest accelerating vehicle is the Tesla Model S which achieves 100 kph in 2.2 seconds, thereby creating a new breed of ePerformance vehicles.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary - Key Highlights

2. Research Scope And Methodology

3. Performance Vehicles - Definitions And Brands

4. Mass Market Brands

5. Premium Brands

6. Super Premium Brands

7. E-Performance Brands

8. Technology Influence In Performance

9. Product Planning And Development Strategy

10. Performance Brand Partnerships

11. Retail And Mobility Services

12. Growth Opportunities And Companies To Action

13. Conclusions

14. Appendix

Companies Mentioned

Aston Martin Audi Sport Bugatti BMW Dodge Ferrari Ford Gazoo Racing Jaguar Land Rover SVR Jeep Lamborghini McLaren Mercedes-AMG NISMO Nissan Polestar Porsche RAM Renault Sport SEAT/Cupra Tesla Toyota Volkswagen Volvo

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