Mobility is undergoing one of the most transformational shifts of a generation. Sectors are being disrupted, with markets emerging, converging and disappearing. The winners are likely to be those that can truly understand the impact and timing of disruption and seize the right emerging opportunities by swiftly adapting business and operating models and securing the right partnerships and acquisition targets.
This shift in mobility is fueled by the development of electric vehicles, connected and autonomous vehicles and Mobility-as-a-Service. These technological innovations and changing consumer expectations will impact many sectors, beyond automotive and transport, who will need to significantly rethink their business models.
At KPMG, we are working with organizations across the globe to help them take advantage of the huge opportunities ahead, whether this is through understanding the strategic options for participation, identifying and evaluating M&A targets and partnerships, or fundamental financial, business and operating model transformation.
Our Mobility 2030 series looks at how the changing mobility landscape could evolve over time and the effect that may have on investors, industry players and the public sector. To find out how we can help your organization prepare for the future of mobility, connect with any of the authors in this article series.
The future of mobility – how we move people and goods around – represents one of the most pervasive global shifts reshaping our world, with far-reaching implications for consumers, industry leaders and policy makers.
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Electric Vehicles & Alternative Power Trains | Changes in battery technology, consumer attitudes, charging infrastructure and regulatory policies are giving rise to electric vehicles (EVs).
Connected & Autonomous Vehicles | The emergence of 5G networks and autonomous-driving technologies is setting the stage for connected vehicles that travel safer, reduce traffic and disrupt traditional business models.
Mobility-as-a-Service | With the rise of car-share and ride-share services, consumers are moving away from vehicle ownership and towards multi-model service-based transport that takes them from the first-mile to the last-mile.