Wednesday, August 25th 2021
This week in
Opportunities and Challenges for the automotive industry.
This week’s must read
The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered global buying restraint in the automotive industry witch is facing major challenges and is is going through a transformation on all levels: technology, markets, val-ue chains, user behaviour ,everything is changing. What are the solutions to be found?
This Week’s Must Read is an insight piece from Christian Malorny and Stephan Krubasik, Kearney about what is happening in the world of cars and mobility.
Electric motors are three times as energy-efficient as internal combustion engines but use fewer components, requiring less maintenance. Electrification directly reduces emissions through reduced fuel carbon intensity and offers various benefits that contribute to emissions reduction, public health, and equity. Will the major CO2 emitting nations be able to invest in electrification?
The Automotive Industry Trends, hybrid vehicles, robotics, and automotive sensor technologies will transform the sector as we know it today. What new opportunities and emerging technologies to implement into your business to be competitive?
Following COVID-19, the industry has experienced severe supply constraints, and consumer demand for vehicles is picking up. As a result, suppliers are struggling to secure the supply of semiconductors – a critical component of modern cars. Did the automotive industry anticipate a strong rebound in 2021?
With the explosion of electric car sales, implementing a fluid second-hand car market will be essential to support the growth of electric vehicles. What about range, and more specifically, battery capacity and vehicle reliability?
This week’s Consulting News
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This week’s media
What will be the impact of current industry trends on OEM revenues and profits until 2035? In this edition of the study series, the geographic markets under consideration are China, the United States, Euro5, and Japan.
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