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The rise of electric, shared and autonomous fleets

The rise of electric, shared and autonomous fleets

Reimagine the future of how people and goods will move.

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Associate Director, Mobility 2030 – Deal Advisory

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A global mobility revolution has already begun and is rapidly accelerating. With so much developing so quickly, it is not a question of whether mobility is transformed – but how quickly, at what scale and to what degree benefits are realised.

In all this, we see the rise of fleets as the single biggest driver of growth. In particular:

  • The shift in consumer preference from vehicle ownership to access will see the rise of fleets that individuals and businesses access on a subscription or pay-as-you-go basis.
  • Competing ecosystems will rise fighting for a dominant ‘aggregator’ role with access to the customer.
  • The movement of people and goods is likely to converge. What will be the difference between a self-driving car that is sent to pick up a person or a package?
  • Collaboration becomes central to success: in this new world, no one player will be able to do everything, and forming the right alliances and partnerships will be essential.

To find out more,  download our The rise of electric, shared and autonomous fleets report.

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