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About the Car Report

The Car Trend Report covers the latest automobile trends, tracking innovations and ideas that have gained a large amount of attention from the public. From antique cars, concept cars and smart cars to eco-friendly trucks and hybrids, consumers remain fascinated with an array of vehicles, regardless of the current economic woes. Furthermore, we analyze issues important to consumers, such as fuel efficiency and mileage, and look to companies like Acura, Dodge, Ford, Honda and Toyota to track industry-leading innovations.

Who It's For

The Car Trend Report is perfect for car manufacturers, automobile marketers, dealerships and advertising agencies that want to target consumer interests to create better campaigns, enhance products and stimulate innovation.

The Car Trend Report provides you with concise analysis of consumer trends influencing and shaping new patterns in the automobile industry.

The Car Trend Report, last published on Jun 30, 2015, includes 463 PRO Trends and 2,315 examples of car market research and car consumer trends related to: hybrids, SUVs, electric cars, fuel efficiency, concept cars and car trends.

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Our car research is based on Trend Hunter's crowdsourced car articles and 2,405,000,000 total views of data. [Learn More]

Report Contents

• 463 Car PRO Trends = 463 Powerpoint Pages Car PPT Report
• 2,315 Car Examples

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• 324 Car Videos (Online) Car Videos
• 13,890 Car Images (Online) Car Images
• Additional Niche Reports (with a full subscription): Boat, Bicycle, Supercars, Sport Utility Vehicle, Yacht, Convertible, Compact Car, Watercraft, Sedan, Truck, Sailing, Coupe, Racing, Airline, Private Jet, Car, Vehicle, Concept Car, Engine, Airplane, Aviation, Eco-Car and more!



Sample Car Pro Trends

Each Car PRO Trend is on its own slide with implications, a quantified score, and examples linked to online car articles, videos and images. Examples:

Outsourced Communication Modern technology links users with automated conversational tools Implications - The increasing irregularity of in-person communication stemming from tech tools is intensifying with the outsourcing of social tasks. For digital natives, eliminating the need for one-on-one contact is appealing, as many young people prefer online conversations instead of face-to-face exchanges.
Outsourced Communication
Modern technology links users with automated conversational tools
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Virtual Training Professions of all kind turn to VR for accurate and efficient education Implications - A clever means to ensuring the accuracy and efficiency of complex employee training programs, virtual reality tools have the power to streamline the process while lessening the strain on human resources. In simulating the multisensory stresses likely to be faced on the job, employers can invest in the preparedness of employees on all fronts and in ways that could potentially prove more exact than traditional means.
Virtual Training
Professions of all kind turn to VR for accurate and efficient education
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Peer-to-Peer Luxury Unique apps leverage the peer-to-peer economy for typically high-end services Implications - The rise in the peer-to-peer economy has seen the emergence of app-driven on-demand services that extend to the luxury end of the spectrum. While in the past, mainly affluent consumers may have had access to such typically high-end amenities, the accessibility and convenience of peer-to-peer services offered instantly through a digital means provide a cost-efficient, quick alternative.
Peer-to-Peer Luxury
Unique apps leverage the peer-to-peer economy for typically high-end services
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Workplace Recognition Positive work behavior is recognized through unique work perks Implications - In order to combat workplace complacency, employers are turning to solutions that both encourage and entertain their staff. Offering perks that go beyond monetary rewards, workplaces are using apps and out-of-office excursions to not only recognize positive work habits, but also create a more engaging work environment based on peer-to-peer communication.
Workplace Recognition
Positive work behavior is recognized through unique work perks
4 Examples + Score + Implications


STEMinine Play Young girls get involved in the academic disciplines Implications - As the disciplines of science, technology, engineering and math become more and more in demand, forward-thinking parents seek ways to not only teach their children, but specifically their girls, how to get ahead in this sphere. Simultaneously battling the misconceptions of STEM being boring and not for girls, this wave of academic toys shows action taken to ensure children achieve the modern notion of success.
STEMinine Play
Young girls get involved in the academic disciplines
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Precise Prep Precision-based appliances are accommodating consumer preferences Implications - Consumers are becoming more particular when it comes to food preparation, and this shift is reflected in the types of kitchen appliances they use. Appliances that are visually optimized not only allow consumers to interact with their food, they also offer instructional value that enables them to prepare their meals more precisely. This shift suggests that consumers are looking for appliances that will accommodate evolving preferences.
Precise Prep
Precision-based appliances are accommodating consumer preferences
5 Examples + Score + Implications


Kinder Retail Merchandising seeks to engage children in brand experiences Implications - Instead of merely marketing products to young consumers, brands are expanding to include children with kid-sized event campaigns and experiences. By ensuring early contact with the next generation of consumers, brands and marketers seek to build rapport and brand loyalty as early as possible.
Kinder Retail
Merchandising seeks to engage children in brand experiences
4 Examples + Score + Implications


Furnished Play Consumers look to furnishings that double as children's toys Implications - Seeking to maintain a contemporary aesthetic, parents are turning to carefully concealed toys for design practicality. Opting for furniture pieces that double as doll houses and see-saws, consumers use dual-purpose furniture as a way to offer kids a source of play without compromising the overall aesthetic of the home, but instead, enhancing it. This shift indicates that cohesive design has become a top-of-mind priority for homeowners, even those with kids.
Furnished Play
Consumers look to furnishings that double as children's toys
4 Examples + Score + Implications


PLUS 457 more Car PRO Trends and 2,315 examples!



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