Wards Intelligence Reports combine relevant forecast and historical data with perspective from our trusted editorial staff and analysts to help you gain a detailed understanding of the forces behind industry changes. Our latest reports include:
Exploring the size and reach of the US CV market, forces driving cyclical CV sales, explanation of the regulatory impact on technology development, and much more.
Data and analysis covering five years of equipment take rates for powertrain, ADAS, safety and other major features.
A first-of-its-kind, comprehensive report on U.S. equipment by brand, age, vehicle size, industry and location
System technologies, the cost/benefit equation, current activities by OEMs and suppliers, obstacles and opportunities, and forecasts.
Infrastructure requirements in key global markets, impact on the grid, advances in charging technology and related future business strategies. LEARN MORE
Connected Car key trends, enablers, players as well as data monetization and aftermarket opportunities.
Put Our Decades of Automotive Experience to Work for Your Business
The WardsAuto team of analysts and journalists brings a unique focus to industry trends and the opportunities and risks they pose for your company.
WardsAuto Insights combines our data-rich capabilities with forward-looking insights for an unrivaled set of actionable information on vital topics such as fuel economy, propulsion and product strategies, autonomy and safety.
WardsAuto Outlook Conference
This half-day quarterly conference series presents WardsAuto analysts’ latest forecasts and insights on automaker performance, vehicle technologies and industry trends.
Conference topics include:
- Global and regional vehicle forecasts
- Global powertrain and drivetrain forecasts
- Technology trends in key areas such as autonomous vehicles, 48 Volt systems
- Analysis of safety, fuel-economy and emissions regulations
- North American production, sales and inventory volume outlook, including individual OEM assessments
- Additional analysis on pressing and important areas of change