Global Bus Production Model wise Trend and Forecast

Publish Date : March, 2020

ACG forecast knowledge center released the latest data on Global Bus Production Model wise Trend and Forecast. The database gives you access to critical information of more than 40 markets, more than 150 Bus (OE)/body and 75 Engine manufacturers detail. The database is designed based on the Brand and Model name level.

The following information is included in the Bus database:

  • Global Bus Market overview
  • Historical market Trend since 2001 to forecast 2025
  • Regional Market Trend
  • Global Market share and Growth
  • Top OEMs and their Market Share
  • Country-wise Top Bus Models and Technical Specs
  • Region-wise Top Bus Models and Technical Specs
  • GVW  wise Bus Analysis
  • Bus Type Vehicle to Market Mapping
  • Assembly type – Full or CKD kit
  • Product Platform wise Analysis
  • Bus Lifecycle (Model wise)

Application wise Analysis – Country & Global:

  • Bus Frame
  • Intercity
  • City Bus
  • Micro Bus
  • Others

Technical Bus Data :

  • Propulsion system-wise
  • Engine-wise
  • Emission wise
  • Engine Horsepower wise
  • Torque horsepower wise

Bus Manufacturing Plant:

  • Plant location
  • Capacity
  • Brand/Model name Production

Fuel Type Bus Analysis

  • Diesel
  • Electricity
  • CNG LNG Type
  • Gas
  • LPG
  • Mix

Country-wise, Brand wise and Region wise data is also available

Region: Europe, Greater China, Japan, Korea, Middle East, Africa, North America, South America, and South Asia.

Countries: Austria, Belarus, Belgium, India, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, China, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Iran, South Africa, Canada, Mexico, United States, Argentina,  Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela, Australia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, and Thailand.

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