Automotive World presents exclusive insight from automotive industry stakeholders on preparations for life after private car ownership, and maybe even life beyond the car itself.
Rising costs of vehicle ownership, exciting and convenient new mobility business models and services, growing acceptance of the sharing economy and Mobility as a Service (MaaS), and worsening urban congestion, coupled with climate change concern—all of this points to the need for automakers and others within the automotive value chain to prepare for a new era of mobility, where vehicle ownership is replaced by usership, and the car takes second place to the journey.
In this report:
- Is there life beyond the car for the auto industry?
- Car subscriptions could become the new normal, says Lynk & Co
- How are suppliers preparing for life beyond the car?
- Cooperation key to maximising MaaS market potential
- Love them or hate them, scooters are a long-term fixture of city mobility
- Are autonomous shuttles the missing link in the mass transit chain?
- Trial and error ahead for automakers as they walk the path to mobility provider
‘Special report: How is the auto industry preparing for life beyond the car?’ opens with an overview article by the McKinsey Center for Future Mobility commissioned exclusively for Automotive World, and provides insight from stakeholders across the automotive value chain, including:
- ABI Research
- Fenwick & West
- Lynk & Co
- MaaS Global