Next-Generation Mobility Market 2023

Product Code No:
Issued In:
#of Pages:
Publication Cycle:


180,000 yen ($1,153.70)
(excluding consumption tax)
360,000 yen ($2,307.40)
(excluding consumption tax)
540,000 yen ($3,461.09)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 156.02 yen , 2024/07/24 Japan)
*Scope of Each License Type

Coverage: (Product/service)

Technologies of Next generation mobility

Research Target:

Next-Generation Mobility Manufacturers

Research Content:

While resume for economic activities is expected as COVID-19 crisis ended, the Ukraine situation, high inflation, soaring resources prices, etc. are overshadowing the global economy to an uncertainty. Shift to EVs is also casting a shadow. 2023 alone saw postponement to ban ICE vehicle sales, survey by EU on fraudulent subsidy to Chinese EVs, protectionist policies by France and Italy, decision by the US to exclude vehicles that use Chinese components from granting subsidies, indicating "reviewing of rapid shift to EVs" and "elimination of China".
While the overall EV market trend seemingly shows further bewilderment, Citroen "Ami" gathers attention from diverse aspects, as it has sold 43 thousand vehicles in three and a half years since its release in Europe in which both handy mobility for daily use with the environmental/economic conditions must always be met. In China, ever since the release of Wuling Hongguang Mini EV, many A-segment, competitive models have been released, targeting female users. Japan is about to see forming of the EV market, now that three years have passed since launch of "C+pod". There emerged are some startups that develop practical-use mini EVs.
The second chapter for EV shift needs rational shift rather than doctrinal shift. The report highlights the next generation mobility market that is the key for such EV shift.


I   Next-Generation Mobility Market Overview

  1. Definition of Next-Generation Mobility and Market Outline
  2. Reasons Why Next-Generation Mobility is Required
    1) To propel decarbonization and efficient transportation/shipping
    2) To reuse and recycle lithium-ion batteries
    3) Transformation of mobility triggered by COVID-19 crisis
    4) For aging population and public-transportation vacant area
    5) Demand for inexpensive mobility in rural areas
    6) Changes in Consumer behaviors
    7) Narrow roads and parking spaces
    8) To promote zero accident victims and perpetrators
  3. Carbon Neutrality and LCA (Life Cycle Assessment)
  4. Personal Mobility Vehicles and Green Slow Mobility
  5. Comparison with Existing Vehicles
  6. Challenges of How Next-Generation Mobility can Prevail and Future Perspectives

II   Current Status of Next-Generation Mobility Market by Region

  1. Japan
  2. Europe
  3. China
  4. Other Regions
    1) North America
    2) Asian Countries (India, Philippines, Thailand)

III   Technological Trends and Future Outlook of Next-Generation Mobility

  1. Technologies used in Next-Generation Mobility
    1) Next-Generation Mobility to be Sold and Developed by Japanese Manufacturers
    2)  Technologies adopted in Next-Generation Mobility
  2. Challenges and Potential of Next-Generation Mobility in Terms of Vehicle Property
  3. Challenges and Potential in Application
  4. Potential in Terms of Last Mile Delivery and MaaS
  5. Potential in Terms of Autonomous Driving
  6. Challenges in Current Regulations and Roadmap for Being Widespread
  7. Market Size Forecast

IV   Latest Trends of Leading Next-Generation Mobility Manufacturers

  1. Leading Japanese Manufacturers: 12 enterprises
  2. Leading European Manufacturers: 6 enterprises
  3. Leading Chinese Manufacturers: 4 enterprises
  4. Leading Indian Manufacturers: 2 enterprises


written in Japanese
180,000 yen ($1,153.70)
(excluding consumption tax)
360,000 yen ($2,307.40)
(excluding consumption tax)
540,000 yen ($3,461.09)
(excluding consumption tax)
* Equivalent value in US$ (Today's rate : $1= 156.02 yen , 2024/07/24 Japan)
*Scope of Each License Type