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‘Special report: Will Mobility as a Service become the new normal?’ by Automotive World

Automotive World examines the role that MaaS will play in the future of mobility

Automotive World has published a new report, ‘Special report: Will Mobility as a Service become the new normal?’ which looks at the rise of ride-hailing, ride-sharing and other innovative business models that could transform urban transportation and improve mobility as we know it.

Featured across ten articles are the views of automakers, suppliers, transportation stakeholders and industry analysts, who discuss the role of Mobility as a Service (MaaS) now and longer term.

Special report: Will Mobility as a Service become the new normal?’ ( is available to download now from the research section of

In this report:

  • Executive summary
  • The mobility disruption has only just begun
  • Automakers must respond to political drive to take cars off the road
  • GM puts corporate stamp on shared mobility with Maven
  • Motown mobility: Detroit proves ideal for new mobility concepts
  • Transportation becoming the ultimate subscription service
  • Could MaaS become the new norm in India?
  • How Sweden is seeking leadership in future mobility
  • MaaS solutions must blend into smart cities for success
  • Autonomous mobility solutions could discourage personal vehicle ownership
  • MaaS in moderation can reap long-term rewards

Special report: Will Mobility as a Service become the new normal? features as exclusive insight from key automotive industry stakeholders, including:

  • Timo Moeller, Head of McKinsey Center for Future Mobility
  • Chris Snyder, Chief Executive, ViaVan
  • Akshay Jaising, Western Regional Manager, Maven
  • Jody Kelman, Product Lead, Self-Driving Platform Team, Lyft
  • Jan Hellåker, Program Director, Drive Sweden
  • Ben Fousler, Associate Director, Transport Advisory Practice, KPMG
  • Pekka Möttö, Chief Executive, Kyyti
  • Alex Thibault, General Manager, Vulog


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