The Future of Mobility - Autonomous, electric and shared

Our new paper explores the latest consumer thinking around the three main mobility trends, their impact on the automotive industry, and what this means for the future.

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  • Todd Markusic Vice President, US, Automotive and Mobility
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The automotive industry stands on the edge of a new era, with new technologies disrupting the way we drive. We are moving towards a future that will bring together the three main mobility trends – autonomous driving, electrification and shared mobility. Bringing together these technologies will allow, for example, the in-app ordering of a driverless taxi that will deliver its customer to a destination and then self-drive to the nearest wireless charge point to prepare for the next booking. Our latest research shows that consumers are ready to accept this new transportation paradigm, but only under certain conditions. Drawing on findings from our Ipsos Automotive Navigator study, the latest paper in our Future of Mobility series reveals current levels of consumer interest, preferences, barriers and expectations around the three key trends affecting the industry.

 

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This paper is the fourth in our Future of Mobility series, following Driverless Cars, Electrification and Shared Mobility.

The author(s)

  • Todd Markusic Vice President, US, Automotive and Mobility

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