Driven by shared mobility, connectivity services, and feature upgrades, new business models could expand automotive revenue pools by about 30 percent, adding up to $1.5 trillion. While Indonesia has a well developed MPV and SUV manufacturing industry, the nation’s sedan industry is underdeveloped. This is a true missed opportunity in terms of export performance because about 80 percent of the world’s drivers use a sedan vehicle. The key reason why Indonesia has not developed a sedan industry is because the government’s tax system does not encourage the production and export of the sedan vehicle.
- Join Center for Automotive Research researchers, subject matter experts, and guests as they discuss the latest news from the automotive industry.
- The increasing speed of innovation, especially in software-based systems, will require cars to be upgradable.
- Also the multipurpose vehicle , which – by far – is the most popular vehicle in Indonesia, felt the impact