The phenomenal growth in E-hailing, popularised by Uber but also other key players, is a major transition in how people travel. Car usage is gradually shifting away from car ownership towards an ‘on-demand mobility’ model whereby cars are hailed for each individual journey. This is especially the case for younger people, and those in developing countries who cannot afford to purchase a car or pay for insurance. This not only has profound implications for the carmarkers, but also city planners, regulators and government.

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As a result, the global e-hailing market has seen double-digit growth in the recent past, owing to the consistent inflows of investor funding coupled with the convenience offered by such apps. While, the developed countries already have a strong public transportation infrastructure, the developing countries with comparatively weaker infrastructure and commuting options, have been embracing e-hailing services even more positively. With the growing number of smart cities and usage of connectivity, the industry in the future is anticipated to become a major contributor to the mainframe public transportation infrastructure in several countries.

The key player evaluates the E-hailing market at $15.12bn in 2019.

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Global E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

E-hailing Forecasts By Vehicle Type From 2019-2029

  • Passenger Car E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Bikes E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Other E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

E-hailing Forecasts By Distance Type From 2019-2029

  • Short Distance E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Long Distance E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Outstation E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

E-hailing Forecasts By Payment Type From 2019-2029

  • Cash/ Mobile Wallet E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • In-App E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

Regional E-hailing Forecasts From 2019-2029

North America E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

  • US E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Canada E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Mexico E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

Latin America E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

  • Brazil E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Argentina E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Rest of Latin America E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

Europe E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

  • UK E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Germany E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • France E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Italy E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Rest of Europe E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

Asia Pacific E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

  • China E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • India E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Malaysia E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Singapore E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Rest of Asia Pacific E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

MEA E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

  • UAE E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • South Africa E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029
  • Rest of MEA E-hailing Forecast From 2019-2029

Profiling Of Leading E-hailing Companies

  • Uber Technologies, Inc.
  • Ola Cabs
  • GrabTaxi Holdings Pte. Ltd.
  • Easy Taxi Serviços Ltda
  • Lyft, Inc.
  • Careem Inc.
  • Beijing Xiaoju Technology Co, Ltd
  • PT Aplikasi Karya Anak Bangsa
  • Ryde Technologies Pte Ltd

Who should read this report?

  • E-hailing companies
  • Automotive OEMs
  • Transportation network companies (TNC)
  • Mobility as a service (MaaS) companies
  • Mobility Service Providers (MSP)
  • Car sharing companies
  • Car rental companies
  • Software developers
  • Electric vehicle (EV) companies
  • Autonomous vehicle (AV) developers
  • Senior executives
  • Investors
  • Financial institutions
  • Market analysts
  • Consultants
  • Marketing managers
  • Regulatory authorities
  • Business development managers
  • Smart city planners and investors
  • Local authorities
  • Government agencies & departments