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The Wards Intelligence Outlook Conference series is a quarterly update on ongoing research and analysis being done by WI analysts, our partners and other industry experts. The series features valuable insights into automotive technology trends, regulations and the short- and long-term outlook for the industry.
Video recordings of analyst presentations and downloadable presentation deck from the most recent Wards Intelligence Outlook Conference are available below for series subscribers.
For details on the next Wards Intelligence Outlook Conference, please click below:
Wards Intelligence, Senior Industry Analyst, Haig Stoddard, shares Wards Intelligence and LMC North American sales and production data and forecasts for the first half of 2021.
North America light vehicle production forecast by vehicle type and country; by manufacturer, vehicle type, and country; by manufacturer, country, and plant; and by manufacturer, platform, and plant by month for 2020-2022. Includes list of models with their associated platform.
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Senior Business Economist, Paul Traub, gives an update on the U.S. economy post-election and how it is impacting the automotive industry.
Wards Intelligence, Industry Analyst – Electrification, Christie Schweinsberg, looks at the market potential for reclaimed Li-ion batteries and the ecosystem needed to support it.
Wards Intelligence Senior Analyst Haig Stoddard assesses the short-term outlook for North America production and demand as the automotive industry continues to navigate through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Wards Intelligence Senior Analyst Doug Newcomb presents findings from comprehensive case studies of private-public partnerships between cities and mobility providers.
Wards Intelligence contributing analyst Roger Schreffler presents what’s now and next in battery technology, supplier plans for increasing capacity, and the global market outlook for BEVs.
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