The new mobility playbook: what will shape corporate strategies in 2022?

The push for CASE mobility remains undaunted despite unprecedented headwinds. By Megan Lampinen

The automotive industry continues to grapple with supply chain constraints, labour shortages, pressing environmental concerns and a volatile pandemic, yet executive confidence remains high and the market outlook is stable. The financial investments demanded for connected, autonomous, shared and electric (CASE) mobility are as high as ever, but the majority of leadership expects to see more profitable growth in 2022. In this era of rapid evolution and seemingly conflicting trends, where are sector players directing their strategic focus?

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