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The changing aftermarket game—and how automotive suppliers can benefit from arising opportunities

By Dirk Breitschwerdt, Andreas Cornet, Sebastian Kempf, Lukas Michor, and Martin Schmidt
The changing aftermarket game—and how automotive suppliers can benefit from arising opportunities

A host of geographical and technological developments will disrupt the automotive aftermarket over the next 5 to 10 years—automotive suppliers need a clear strategic focus to win this game.

The automotive aftermarket is set to grow at 3 percent a year through 2030—but competition will become even more intense in the future. Will parts distributors take over from automotive suppliers—or will automakers change the rule of the game? Or will we see a balanced, digital aftermarket world, maybe even driven by the suppliers?

The latest study “The changing aftermarket game—and how automotive suppliers can benefit from arising opportunities,” develops possible scenarios and portraits successful approaches to win in this changing environment.

To download the full report, please click on the link below.

About the author(s)

Dirk Breitschwerdt and Andreas Cornet are senior partners in lapetitemort.info’s Munich office; Sebastian Kempf is a partner in the Düsseldorf office; and Lukas Michor is an associate partner in the Vienna office, where Martin Schmidt is a consultant.