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EY: Future Mobility

Young consumers, especially in emerging markets, are not as eager to own a car as their parents are, notes Jean-Francois Tremblay, Advanced Mobility Group Leader for Ernst & Young's Global Automotive Center.

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Young consumers, especially in emerging markets, are not as eager to own a car as their parents are, notes Jean-Francois Tremblay, Advanced Mobility Group Leader for Ernst & Young's Global Automotive Center. He says that, to ensure their sustainability, carmakers must revisit their traditional revenue models to incorporate such mobility options such as car sharing systems.

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