Changing habits and technology are enabling us to rethink how mobility solutions are sold, used and owned. And there are many options emerging. But car ownership models for people living in city centers are more complex. New modes of transport are emerging and there is increasing competition from upstart mobility providers that connect customers with a variety of different services.
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If the non-mobile situation ‘Working From Home’ (WFH) policy becomes more sustained, how will it impact the average Vehicle Kilometres Travelled?
Governments all around the world are investing in infrastructure and incentives to encourage citizens to use bicycles. But how successful has it been?
The predictions show that by 2050 approximately 2.5 billion more people are expected to move to urban areas. Bicycles might just be the light at the end of the tunnel for urban transport challenges.
Autonomous vehicles have been taking the automotive industry by storm. Recent forecasts claim that there will be more than 30 million autonomous vehicles by 2040. Here are some of the key trends that we believe will drive the market.
2020 has made the “last-mile” ecosystem a very hot topic. However, not all are moving in a progressive direction. Inner cities are struggling with things like traffic congestion and air pollution. What’s the way to move forward?
Mobility-as-a-Service has become a more common travel solution, especially for urbanites, and the vehicle subscription model is currently on the rise.
Among the first observations that became apparent during the initial stages of today’s global pandemic were the contradictions that the automotive world at large was faced with.
The popularity of electric vehicles is not limited to four wheels, but has also embraced two. E-bike sales have been growing rapidly in recent years. But what will be the future?
It’s never good news when sales results do not follow launch success. Finding what cause this gap could make a difference in manufacturers’ future development efforts.
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