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Business Models and Opportunities in the North American Traditional and Peer-to-Peer Carsharing Market http://www.reportlinker.com/p01020581/Business-Models-and-Opportunities-in-the-North-American-Traditional-and-Peer-to-Peer-Carsharing-Market.html#utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Clean_Vehicle
The aim of this study is to provide a strategic overview of the traditional and peer-to-peer carsharing market in North America. In the United States, original equipment manufacturers are entering the carsharing market through the launch and expansion of independent operations, or they are entering through partnerships with established participants. In Canada, growth has been driven by cooperative models of carsharing, resulting in more intense relationships with members and higher utilization. It introduces existing key participants and emerging participants in both traditional and partner-to-partner carsharing; further, it provides a comparative analysis on the carsharing market growth from 2009 to 2011, and offers forecasts to 2020.
TABLE OF CONTENTSExecutive Summary 9Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology 31Definitions and Segmentations 38North American Market for Carsharing Services––Overview 45Factors Influencing the Adoption of Carsharing 46Benefits and Impacts of Carsharing 48Number of On-road Private Cars Replaced by Carsharing Cars 50Carsharing Market Segments––Detailed EV Penetration Analysis 51Traditional CSOs and Countrywide Detailed Analysis 52Carsharing Member to Vehicle Ratio––2011 vs. 2020 53Government Support for Promoting Carsharing 54Parking Management for Carsharing 55Major Initiatives Linked to Pushing the Growth of EVs in Carsharing 56Benefits of CSO Partnerships and Acquisitions 58Industry Challenges 59Mega Trends and Industry Convergence Implications 61Impact of Mega Trends on the Market for Carsharing 62Member Profiling in North America 65Car Ownership by Household in the U.S. 66Carsharing Member Profile by Gender in the U.S. and Canada 67Carsharing Member Profile by Age in the U.S. and Canada 68Business Model Analysis of Traditional Carsharing Services 69Typology of Carsharing Operators in North America 70Key Traditional CSOs and Their Business Model in North America 71Drivers for Profitability—Traditional Carsharing 77Cost Breakdown Analysis 81Breakeven/Profitability Analysis 84EV Carsharing Operational Analysis 85Car2Go EV Business Model in North America 86Business and Operational Model Analysis of P2P Carsharing 87P2P Carsharing––An Introduction 88P2P Carsharing––Snapshot of Key Market Participants in North America 89Key Differentiators—P2P vs. Traditional Carsharing 90Business Model of P2P Carsharing 91Business Model Analysis of P2P Carsharing 92Cost Breakdown Analysis of P2P CSO Fees 93Operational Model of P2P Carsharing—Classic Model 94Operational Model of P2P Carsharing—New Age Model 95P2P Carsharing––Operational Costs of CSOs 96Market for Overall Carsharing Services in North America 97Overall Carsharing––Scenario Analysis: Traditional + P2P Members 98Overall Carsharing––Scenario Analysis: Traditional + P2P Vehicles 99Market for Traditional Carsharing Services in North America 100Traditional Carsharing––Scenario Analysis for Carsharing Members 101Traditional Carsharing––Scenario Analysis for Carsharing Vehicles 102Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020 for Traditional Carsharing 103Traditional Carsharing Forecast of Personal vs. Corporate by Members 105Current vs. Future—Traditional Corporate Carsharing Members 106Traditional Carsharing Forecast of EVs and Non-EVs by Vehicles 107Current vs. Future—Traditional EV Carsharing Vehicles 108Key Traditional One-way Carsharing Operators in North America 109Traditional Carsharing Forecast of One-way vs. Round Trip by Members 110Market for P2P Carsharing Services in North America 111P2P Carsharing––An Overview 112North America—Scenario Analysis for P2P Carsharing Vehicles 113North America—Scenario Analysis for P2P Carsharing Members 114Forecast Scenario Assumptions to 2020 for P2P Carsharing 115Growth of P2P Carsharing in North America 116North American Market––Country-wise Analysis of P2P Carsharing Vehicles 117North American Market––Country-wise Analysis of P2P Carsharing Members 118North American Market––Country-wise Analysis of P2P Carsharing M:V Ratio 119P2P Carsharing Operators in North America—Based on Vehicles 120P2P Carsharing Operators in North America—Based on Drivers 121P2P Carsharing Operators in North America—Based on Members 122Carsharing Services in North America—Country Profiling 123Traditional Carsharing Country Dashboard—U.S. 124P2P Carsharing Country Dashboard—U.S. 125Traditional Carsharing Country Dashboard—Canada 126North American Market for Carsharing Services––Company Profiles 127List of Participants Profiled for their Carsharing Services 128OEM Profiling 1: Daimler—Car2Go 129OEM Profiling 2: General Motors 139Traditional CSO Profiling 3: Zipcar 143Traditional CSO Profiling 4: Hertz On Demand 151Traditional CSO Profiling 5: WeCar 170P2P CSO Profiling 6: Getaround 188Conclusions and Future Outlook 192Key Findings and Future Outlook 193Key Conclusions and Future Outlook 194The Last Word—Three Big Predictions 195Legal Disclaimer 196Appendix 197 To order this report: Business Models and Opportunities in the North American Traditional and Peer-to-Peer Carsharing Market _________________________Contact Clare: firstname.lastname@example.org US:(339) 368 6001 Intl:+1 339 368 6001 SOURCE Reportlinker