EY: Remodeling for Mobility
Automakers have been innovators and disruptors for decades. But now their ecosystem is expanding rapidly to include new industries and many new stakeholders. This EY new report summarizes challenges and opportunities for carmakers in the years ahead.
Automakers have been innovators and disruptors for decades. But now their ecosystem is expanding rapidly to include new industries and many new stakeholders. New players range from ride-sharing operators, telecom providers and cities to energy companies, entrepreneurs and, most important, consumers.
In early 2016, EY spearheaded a series of "hack" sessions in which a diverse set of participants co-developed visions and prototypes for future mobility scenarios. The outcome highlighted fundamental differences among stakeholders and raised critical questions for carmakers.
This new EY report summarizes the challenges, opportunities and possible solutions for carmakers as they contemplate the emergence of a new mobility industry.
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