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January 13, 2015. Rick Hanna. www.pwc.com. Megatrends. and the art of the possible. @. Rick_Hanna. Topline assembly outlook. Global light vehicle assembly is forecasted to reach . 90m . units in . 2015, .

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Automotive News World Congress

January 13, 2015Rick Hanna

www.pwc.com

Megatrends

and the art of the possible

@

Rick_Hanna

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Topline assembly outlook

Global light vehicle assembly is forecasted to reach

90m

units in

2015,

a

5.6%

increase from

2014.

Autofacts is forecasting

2021

light vehicle assembly to reach

110m

units.

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Source: Autofacts

2015 Q1

Forecast

Release

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Regional outlook

The lion’s share of the new volume is expected to come from developing markets, and in particular developing Asia-Pacific, providing over

62%

CTG** from

2014-2021.

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Regional Contribution to Growth

*

2014

2021

(percentage share)

Source: Autofacts

2015 Q1

Forecast Release *Region size not to scale **CTG = Contribution to Growth

9.2%

South America

7.3%

Eastern Europe

4.5%

Middle East & Africa

8.2%

European Union

11.2%

North America

-3.1%

Developed Asia-Pacific

62.6%

Developing Asia-Pacific

4.0m

3.4m

1.8m

16.8m

17.0m

13.3m

29.0m

6.3m

5.2m

2.9m

18.9m

19.8m

12.5m

44.7m

Regional Topline Comparison & Volume Change

2014

vs.

2021

+2.3m

+

1.8m

+

1.1m

+2.1m

+2.8m

-774k

+

15.7m

2014

2021

Americas

Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA)

Asia-Pacific

Slide4

Carolina’s is one story out of seven billion…

Carolina

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Megatrends

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The rise in prominence of cities in the global economy has been truly unprecedented…More than half of the global population now lives in cities, compared to 2% in 1800. 1.5 million people are added to this total every week.

Sources: PwC analysis of United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2013)

3.6 bn

1.7 bn

4.6 bn

51%

57%

39%

1980

2010

2025

4.4b

6.9b

8.1b

Share

of

total global

population

living

in urban areas

Size of global urban population (bn)

(f)

(f)

Global population (billions)

Proportion of global population living in urban areas (%)

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So

what does this all mean?

?

Slide11

3 things

Business leaders

can do

Relevance

Strategy

Purpose

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2014

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