The mobility of the future is “eascy”– electrified, autonomous, shared, connected and “yearly” updated. In this study, we describe the factors influencing the sector leading up to 2030 in the key US, Europe, and China markets. It also describes how the automotive industry should restructure itself in terms of volume, scale, and complexity. James is an experienced strategist, primarily working with automotive and industrial organisations to imagine and deliver winning approaches for the Future of Mobility. The sales of battery electric and plug-in hybrid electric cars tipped over the two-million-vehicle mark for the first time in 2019.
- The percentage of shared and autonomous mobility in overall road track will rise significantly.
- According the PWC study, in the not-too-distant future, connected vehicles will provide real-time data and receive yearly hard/software updates.
- Lingering health concerns will likely also play a pivotal role in consumer behaviour.
- They will have to concentrate on the