Special report: How will future vehicle tech shape the automaker supply chain?

Automotive World’s latest report considers ways in which CASE technology will impact automaker purchasing strategies and the automotive value chain

Special report: How will future vehicle tech shape the automaker supply chain?

A new Automotive World report looks at the evolution of automaker purchasing strategies and supplier relationships as the industry adopts connected, autonomous, shared and electrified (CASE) technologies.

CASE trends and the need to meet increasingly stringent fuel economy and emissions regulations are introducing new technologies, business models and suppliers to the traditional automaker value chain. This is blurring traditional lines between automakers and suppliers, introducing new companies and changing the very nature of the automaker/supplier relationship.

This exclusive Automotive World special report considers how these technologies will change the shape of the traditional automotive industry value chain, and how automakers and suppliers are preparing to adapt accordingly.

In this report:

  • Executive summary
  • How future mobility tech is disrupting the automaker value chain
  • CASE ushers in new era of automaker purchasing
  • Add new connection: telcos and tech cos open up the automaker value chain
  • How will autonomous vehicles change the automotive industry supply chain?
  • Shared mobility’s impact on the supply chain will depend on autonomous vehicles
  • Electrification will significantly disrupt the automotive supply chain
  • Mobility service provider, or white goods manufacturer? The choice ahead for automakers 

‘Special report: How will future vehicle tech shape the automaker supply chain?’ opens with an article commissioned exclusively for Automotive World by Roger Lanctot of Strategy Analytics, and provides insight from a range of automotive industry stakeholders, including:

  • Accenture
  • BMW
  • Boston Consulting Group
  • Daimler
  • Frost & Sullivan
  • Holoride
  • KPMG
  • McKinsey
  • NXP
  • Roland Berger
  • Vodafone
  • Volkswagen

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