Managing Director & Partner
Augustin K. Wegscheider joined Boston Consulting Group in October 2015. He is a North America Co-Leader for the Center for Mobility Innovation.
Augustin specializes in working with automotive manufacturers and suppliers on strategy, sales, marketing, distribution, and new mobility topics. In his recent client work at BCG, he has worked with a North American tire distributor to restore profitability and led BCG’s collaboration with the World Economic Forum on the Future of Urban and Autonomous Mobility.
Before joining the firm, Augustin worked at Audi of America for four years, and at Siemens Management Consulting in both Munich and New York.
As electric vehicles, on-demand mobility, and other changes rewrite the rules for success, industry players need to capitalize on market segments that will grow.
Chronic new-vehicle shortages, the EV transition, and the rise of digital retail are disrupting the traditional business models of brick-and-mortar dealerships. Many are underprepared.
BCG GAMMA and Kodiak Robotics have developed an interactive tool to identify routes that can help optimize the expansion—and benefits—of autonomous trucking.
Urban mobility is the source of multiple pain points. We believe that ride-hailing fleets made up of autonomous, electric vehicles are the best solution.
BCG’s latest research in collaboration with the World Economic Forum explores how thoughtfully designed mobility systems can play a crucial role in everything from a community’s health to socioeconomic gains.
Employer-sponsored transportation is a win-win. By solving workers’ transportation access problems, companies can reduce absenteeism and attrition, increase productivity, and attract a broader employee pool.
Here’s what we learned from a survey of urban residents worldwide about their mobility choices during lockdown—and how their attitudes are likely to affect usage over the near and medium terms.
These innovative services can benefit passengers and cities by improving access while reducing pollution and congestion.