Tesla is top rated automotive marketplace performer – analyst | Automotive Industry Information

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Tesla is the automotive industry’s major firm performer in accordance to investigation undertaken by analysis company GlobalData.

Tesla tops GlobalData’s ‘Thematic Screen’ which ranks automotive companies according to themes that make a difference most to the market, producing a leading indicator of upcoming performance. 

“For some time now, Tesla has outperformed the sector in conditions of actions such as industry capitalisation,” says Calum MacRae, Automotive Analyst at GlobalData. 

“Our most recent analysis retains Tesla firmly at the major of the global motor vehicle business rankings. Though Tesla volume is smaller relative to long established car or truck firms this kind of as Toyota, it possesses a selection of attributes that necessarily mean it will keep on to outperform the sector.” 

Tesla also scored really in GlobalData’s examination of producing potential utilisation throughout the world wide automobile marketplace. Tesla experienced a production capacity utilisation rate in surplus of 90% in 2019. 

“The potential utilisation examination displays relative functionality and evidently Tesla electric autos are in large need globally and generally sourced from a single plant in the US, generating an extremely large charge of ability utilisation. It is now bringing new capacity on stream in Shanghai and another plant is coming in Berlin which will alter the global capacity dynamic for Tesla over the following five decades,” MacRae says.   

“Overall, the outlook for Tesla is very positive and it is also emerging as relatively unscathed from the recent disaster. It has a favourable blend of future products, significant levels of engineering abilities, modern day amenities as very well as retail and promoting strengths that will mark it out as a winner in the publish-COVID-19 business landscape,” MacRae maintains. 

The GlobalData assessment of producing capability utilisation in 2019 also shows Honda, Toyota, Geely and BMW as sector leaders, with underperformers including Ford, Renault, Nissan, Tata Motors and Zotye. 

“The automotive sector has always operated with a diploma of oversupply so that output can be modified for total desire swings, competitive gains and shifting product blend. However, excessive and extensive-time period structural overcapacity is a drag on profitability and poses a extremely significant challenge for some firms,” provides MacRae. 

GlobalData Thematic Display Major Ten (September 2020)

1. Tesla

2. Geely

3. Toyota

4. BYD

5. Standard Motors

6. BMW

7. Nissan

8. Volkswagen

9. Honda

10. Hyundai Motor

Ability ‘leaders and laggards’ (based on 2019 details*)


  • Leaders: Tesla and GM 
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  • Laggards: Ford and FCA
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European OEMs

  • Leaders: Daimler and BMW
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  • Laggards: PSA and Renault
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Japan/Korea OEMs

  • Leaders: Honda, Toyota and Subaru 
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  • Laggards: Isuzu, Nissan and Hyundai 
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Chinese/India OEMs

  • Leaders: Geely, BYD, SAIC GM Wuling 
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  • Laggards: Hawtai, Tata Motors, Zotye
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*Source: GlobalData examination