New mobility: The radical transformation of an industry

Date: October 7, 2019 By: Roland Berger
  • Autonomous vehicle - Computing power
  • Autonomous vehicle preference
  • Battery cost - EVs
  • CO2 legislation
  • Customer interest
  • Digitized culture preference
  • EV portfolio
  • EV preference
  • EV/PHEV charging infrastructure
  • EV/PHEV sales
  • Industry Activity
  • Infrastructure
  • Mobility concept preferences
  • Patent activities
  • R&D intensity - Autonomous driving
  • Regulation
  • Restrictions for ICEs
  • Test roads - Autonomous vehicle
  • Type approval process
  • Venture Capital Invest - Artificial Intelligence
  • Venture Capital Invest - Mobility
  • Asia-Pacific
  • Europe
  • Global
  • North America

How will people get around in the future? Will the electric scooter banish cars from city centers and air taxis transport us to our destinations in the future? These are all questions that concern not only cities and transportation providers, but automotive industry players as well. In this rapidly changing world of mobility, it is crucial to identify trends at an early stage to keep the industry itself moving. Alternative drive technologies, digitalization and autonomous driving are some of the developments that herald new challenges, but also bring new market opportunities. Fast movers have a clear advantage here.

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