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Deloitte Automotive Group, comprised of over 2,500 dedicated automotive professionals in all corners of the world, combine insight and innovation from multiple disciplines with business knowledge and industry specialization to help our automotive industry clients to excel. We serve the entire automotive value chain, including original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), suppliers, distributors and retailers.

With more than 500 professionals in China, Deloitte China automotive practice's extensive footprint covers all the major cities to match that of our automotive clients. By integrating global expertise and resources with our knowledge on local market, we offer a broad range of audit, tax, consulting and financial advisory service.

Deloitte member firms provide professional services to more than 90% of automotive companies on the Fortune Global 500®.

How Deloitte can help you responding to challenges

With a clear understanding about key challenges faced by you and your customers, we believe our services and solutions can uncover new opportunities for you to acquire competitive advantages.

  • Supply chain strategy
  • M&A and corporate restructuring
  • Automotive dealership performance
  • Risk management
  • Cost management
  • Tax management
  • Marketing and customer strategy
  • Human capital management

Representative Services to the automotive sector

While our client service approach always integrates Deloitte's broad service capabilities, including audit, tax, consulting, financial advisory and enterprise risk services, we have accumulated plenty of automotive project experiences in a range of service areas with below as examples.

More Featured highlights

  • 2014 Global automotive consumer study
    The study is based on a survey of over 23,000 consumers in 19 countries. 3 developed countries (US, Germany, Japan) and 3 emerging markets (China, India, Brazil) were selected to further analyze and highlight consumer trends and insights.
  • 2013 Deloitte China Auto Dealership Performance Study
    Results from the 2013 annual survey indicate that, although China’s auto market has rebounded moderately, the overall growth is slowing down and competition is getting fiercer.
  • 2014 China auto finance report
    The report takes a closer look at the innovation of the auto finance industry and explores the development of several major emerging models in China, including car rental/leasing, used car finance, car insurance and Internet finance.
  • A benchmark research on OEM revenue and cost
    Key operational changes within leading Chinese & international automotive OEMs from a financial perspective with a deep dive into the drivers of changes
  • Trends and outlook of the auto electronics industry
    Providing an overview of automotive industry policy environment, the current status of auto electronics industry and the development trends of selected sub-segments.
  • Spare Parts Management (SPM) Benchmark Survey in China’s Automotive Industry
    Covering 12 major Chinese Auto OEMs aiming at benchmarking and getting a better understanding of the auto vehicle spare parts market in China
  • 2012 China's auto finance industry
    Insights on current development status and outlook of China's auto finance industry.
  • Annual Gen Y automotive survey
    The newly released 2012 Gen Y automotive survey results show that Gen Y’s embrace of hybrid vehicles may be auto market’s tipping point for alternative powertrains.
  • Gaining momentum: Recent trends in China's automobile parts market
    This report indicates that after-sale market with its huge needs will become the main growth engine of auto parts market. And with the increase of potential overcapacity risks, the industry will enter an accelerating integration stage.
  • Unplugged: Electric vehicle realities versus consumer expectations
    The online survey captures the views of more than 13,000 consumers across the Americas, Asia and Europe in 17 countries. It examines, among other things, how likely consumers would be to consider buying or leasing an electric vehicle when they buy or lease their next vehicle.

New Energy Vehicle

Unease over resource scarcity and energy security, coupled with environmental concerns, developing new energy vehicle is an irresistible trend worldwide. In China, the government has set new energy vehicle as one of the seven strategic emerging sectors; many automakers have announced their relevant development plans, in some cases, have launched new energy vehicles. In addition, according to the Deloitte's latest survey, most of Chinese consumers are interested in buying or leasing an electric vehicle. Clearly, the transformation of automotive industry is approaching.

Deloitte will keep you informed and assist you to explore the huge opportunities emerging from this new area.

Dbriefs webcast:
Gaining Traction: Will Consumers Ride the Electric Vehicle Wave?

Hear findings from Deloitte's consumer research into Chinese buying behavior, and learn how trends now unfolding in China may affect the global auto industry for years to come.
Survey report:
Gaining traction: Will consumers ride the electric vehicle wave?

Report shows that mass adoption of EVs will be significantly influenced by a number of factors, including rising fuel prices, advancements in internal combustion engine vehicles, and the availability of government incentives.
China's Electric Vehicle Market:The Huge Opportunity and the Strategic Uncertainties

We suggest that players in the Chinese electric vehicle industry take action immediately to seize the huge opportunities in early market development and maturation.
Press release:
Global automotive industry gets US$44 billion boost from governments for alternative fuel technologies
The automotive analysis reveals that economic stimulus packages and other government programs are being emphasized in at least 13 markets.
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