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Global Automotive Executive Survey 2020

Global Automotive Executive Survey 2020

Now in its 21st year, the survey is an annual assessment of what's next in the auto industry.

In its 21st consecutive year, we have more executive opinions and analyses than ever before. KPMG’s Global Automotive Executive Survey allows you to dive into the responses of more than 1,100 senior executives from the world’s leading automotive and ICT players. Additionally, our survey also presents the opinions and expectations of more than 2,000 consumers from 30 countries on current and future trends in the industry. Take a closer look at where the industry is heading – and see trends sooner with KPMG.

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Global Automotive Executive Survey 2019

Global Automotive Executive Survey 2019

Discover the 20th survey edition of what's next in the auto industry, in our annual assessment.

As the global automotive industry enters into a phase of restructuring, global auto executives have named connectivity and digitization as the top automotive trends in our 20th KPMG Global Automotive Executive Survey (GAES). Change and more change is imminent; executives believe a shift in the industry is on the cards. Players will need to build on core competencies while defining a new role for themselves beyond traditional expertise.

The 2019 KPMG Luxembourg Market Survey demonstrates the uniqueness of the Luxembourg automotive landscape. The dominance of premium brands and relatively large size of the car fleet indicate economic prosperity. However, there is an underlying challenge which is becoming more pressing: meeting ecological milestones.

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Digital Gravity

Digital Gravity

Take a closer look at our digital roadmap and the necessary points for action.

Due to the impact of “Digital Gravity”, the automotive industry has taken various measures to tackle the challenges of digital transformation. In order to determine the status quo of digitalization, we have consequently asked more than 500 senior executives in the automotive sector to provide their opinion on topics of leadership, culture, organization, processes and technology. Take a closer look at our digital roadmap and the necessary points for action.

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Contact us

Ugo Platania

Partner
KPMG Luxembourg
+352 225 151 73 58
ugo.platania@kpmg.lu

Bruno Magal

Head of Automotive
KPMG Luxembourg
+352 225 151 72 59
bruno.magal@kpmg.lu