Computer on Wheels – Part 4

by Roland Berger

In today’s vehicles, software is almost as important as wheels. Programs and applications manage everything from engine performance to actual driving, and software-enabled features are only growing in importance. The ‘Computer on Wheels’ series examines this trend. In Part 4, the future software spend of automotive OEMs and their suppliers is assessed, as well as the challenges and opportunities presented by the industry’s transition from incumbent thinking to a software-defined vehicle approach.

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