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Future of mobility

Where will the future of mobility take your business? OEMs and suppliers must rethink their business models and adopt new strategies to compete in tomorrow’s automotive market.
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15 minute read
The future of mobility: Reinventing the auto industry
Three megatrends are disrupting the auto industry: autonomous vehicles, mobility as a service, and electrification. Together, they point to a fourth, less well-defined, trend — a complete reinvention of automotive manufacturing. Download your copy to learn what this means for OEMs, auto suppliers, and beyond.
Daron Gifford
Whitepaper January 17, 2019 15 minute read
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1 min read
Mobility-driven future will mean more sales
Despite the narrative that driverless cars and ride-sharing services will put automakers out of business, increased use will lead to shorter vehicle life cycles and more frequent replacement — good news for the industry’s future. Read more in Automotive News.
Daron Gifford
Article January 17, 2019 1 min read
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2 min read
Mobility options may literally change landscape
The upcoming convergence of ride-sharing and self-driving vehicles has real estate developers and urban planners pondering the future of commuting, homebuilding, and the redevelopment of parking lots. Read more at Wards Auto.
Daron Gifford
Article December 18, 2018 2 min read
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5 min read
The GM news that matters isn't what you think
GM’s recent decisions to idle five aging auto plants, consolidate its vehicle lineup, and appoint GM President Dan Ammann to lead company’s Cruise unit all point to one thing: a future focused on autonomous vehicles. Read more at Wards Auto.
Daron Gifford
Article December 11, 2018 5 min read

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