The next decade will see fiercer competition between franchised and independent dealers for aftersales customers, warns Dr Andrew Tongue, research director with the ICDP.
Steve Young, managing director, ICDP, suggests that it may be time for the automotive world to consider different pricing models.
Today’s car dealers that they will not fall by the wayside as the primary casualties of a “Blockbuster moment for car retail” between now and 2030 according to the ICDP’s European Dealer of Tomorrow report.
AM asks a range of experts what selling cars in 2030 will look like
ICDP, the international automotive distribution researchers, is predicting that the European crash repair market will reduce by 13% by 2030 as a result of new vehicle safety technology.
A report commissioned by ICDP suggests that mobility as a service will only be a niche offering over the next decade.
A joint NFDA and ICDP study into potential effects of Brexit suggests it could give scope to legislation improving the rights of franchisees under threat.
Your future will be as part of an omni-channel network – supporting some parts of the customer journey, whilst the OEM and other parties may be involved in other parts.
Registration is still open for AM’s webinar, The Opportunities Ahead For Franchised Dealers, which takes place this afternoon at 2pm.
AM is hosting a webinar to discuss future opportunities for dealers, with ICDP managing director Steve Young and former Ridgeway CEO John O’Hanlon as guests.
The UK has the most successful dealers in Europe with the highest average sales per franchised outlet, according to the latest data from ICDP.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 7 2019
Where: Birmingham NEC
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