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ISSUE 11 - June 2022
China back on top. Electric success powers country ahead of Western rivals.
China has regained its place as disruptor-in-chief among the world's leading automakers, according tho the latest edition of the Automotive Disruption Radar. The country knocked the Netherlands off the top spot after a particularly strong performance by its electric vehicle industry. In the ADR11 report, we look at the full results, deep dive on green automobile technology and examine why China poses a threat to traditional OEMs.
ISSUE 10 - October 2021
So close yet so far. The bumpy road to autonomous driving
Is the push for autonomous driving loosing speed just as it nears the finish line? Roland Berger’s Automotive Disruption Radar is 10! Now covering 23 markets, this latest edition marks a major milestone in our twice-yearly tracking of 26 disruption indicators, and highlights what a valuable tool the ADR has become. The new results show just how far the industry has shifted since ADR1 in January 2017, particularly around electrification.
ISSUE 9 - May 2021
The electric breakthrough – The EV market finally comes of age
The electric vehicle (EV) market increased drastically in 2020. Sales, market share and other industry indicators all hit record highs. EV penetration more than tripled between 2017 and 2020 to reach 4.7% of total vehicle sales. 50% of all potential car buyers are now considering a battery EV – compared with 35% in ADR1 (Jan 2017). In the new ADR 9 issue, we take a closer look at these figures and analyze four developments regarding the shift to autonomous mobility: Commercialization of autonomous mobility services; growing competition in the EV market; OEMs fall behind as new players enter software market; and the rise and rise of Tesla.


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