The report, titled "Indian Electronic Three-Wheelers: Market Analysis and Forecast 2019-2028" examines the global market based on fleet type, battery type, charging type, sales channel, demography, and region. The report is comprehensive and provides complete historical and projected market size along with an extensive market trend analysis.
The market share analysis, production capacities of the leading manufacturers, a summary of the competition, charging infrastructure in India, government policies and subsidies, strategic imperatives, the replacement rate of EVs, the aftermarket of electric three-wheelers, the key end users, availability of credit, potential growth areas, and competition analysis for the target players evaluated in the Indian electric three-wheelers market study.
According to a study by NITI Aayog, the Electric three-wheeler segment contributes to 79% of the total electric vehicle (EV) market across India and is driving the electrification of the Indian automotive industry. This consequence is the result of the use of electric three-wheelers not only as vehicles but also as a lifeline for many people who are employed formally-informally by their usage.
With the rapid advancements taking place across the globe in the field of lithium-ion batteries, it is expected that the batteries will get lighter. This would increase the battery’s driving range with a single charge and also enhance the battery life. These factors are expected to play an important role in the expansion of the electric three-wheelers market in the upcoming years.
In addition, the wide range of financing options offered by electric three-wheeler dealers and sellers makes it easier to transition to electric three-wheelers.
Although EVs are more expensive to purchase, their operating cost is significantly less. The more frequently an EV is used, the less expensive it will become. Based on their total cost of ownership (TCO), the EVs are already a great fit for last-mile delivery and ride-hailing fleets that have high daily usage. These segments are leading the way in the adoption of electrical three-wheelers in India and are likely to be among the first segments to transition completely electric.
Additionally, to ensure an efficient transition of fleets, the capital flow into the ecosystem must grow multi-fold. In addition, opening large capital pools will require de-risking of the market via greater collaboration among stakeholders and the development of new business models. In light of these issues, RationalStat expects an escalation in the market for electric three-wheelers in Indian markets in the coming future years.
Some of the government policies that are fueling the desire for electric three-wheelers throughout the country include National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP 2020), National Urban Transport Policy (NUTP), FAME I and FAME II, Draft Delhi Electric Vehicle Policy 2018, Karnataka Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage Policy 2017, Maharashtra Electric Vehicle Policy 2018, and Telangana Draft Electric Vehicle Policy 2017, among others.
Additionally, the Indian government also launched the "Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric and Hybrid Vehicles" (FAME) within India in two phases (Phase I and Phase II), in which the manufacturers and infrastructure suppliers of EVs are rewarded through subsidies. This certainly played a key impact in the development of this market in the country.
Due to the presence of many well-established companies in the Indian electric three-wheelers sector, there is intense competition. International and leading electric three-wheeler companies are striving to establish operations in India by partnering with local companies or by setting up their own manufacturing/development unit, potentially combined with imports of specific components.
Product launches and partnerships are the identified industry trend in the Indian electric three-wheelers market. Significant consolidation is expected in the global market during the assessed period 2022-2028.
Some of the leading players involved in the production and marketing of the electric three-wheelers market include YC Electric, Mahindra Electric Mobility, Saera, Champion, Dilli, Bestway, Unique International, Kinetic Green, Lohia Auto, Piaggio Vehicles Pvt. Ltd., Gayam Motors Works, Atul Auto, and others.
RationalStat has segmented the Indian electric three-wheelers market on the basis of fleet type, charging type, battery type, sales channel, demography, and region.
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