Israel’s automotive and smart mobility industry

by Roland Berger

In our view, four key stakeholders have driven the Israeli mobility ecosystem in particular: the mobility startups themselves, vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, investors, and government entities. Each of these has shown considerable growth, even during the COVID pandemic. In addition to examining the ongoing development of the Israeli mobility landscape, the 2021 study examines the biggest challenges that startups face and how they might be overcome. Additionally, we cover how the recently established diplomatic relations between Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain could spur the next chapter of growth for Israeli startups.

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