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BCG and WEF: Shaping the Future of Urban & Autonomous Mobility

BCG has been working with the World Economic Forum and an extensive network of partners since 2013 to shape the future of urban mobility and make autonomous vehicles a reality.

Digital Transformation from the People Perspective

Renault’s digital transformation targets €1 billion in cost improvements and revenue increases annually, starting in 2020. Marie-Françoise Damesin, executive vice president for human resources for the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, explains how it is already changing the company’s approach to management, employees, organization, product development, and customers.

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Winning the Great Mobility Tech Race for Future Profits

The convergence of three trends—vehicle electrification, autonomous driving, and shared mobility—will profoundly change the sources of profitability in the automotive industry over the next 10 to 15 years. By 2035, new mobility technology could drive 40% of industry profits, based on BCG’s ‘most likely’ scenario. The trends would shift profits from incumbents to fields in which tech challengers might have an edge.

Brian Collie on The Promise of New Mobility

Although their actual impact so far has been relatively small, BCG’s Brian Collie explains how when autonomous technologies merge with ride-sharing and electrification they will transform the automotive industry and, in fact, change the world.

BCG Forecasts the Tipping Point for the Electric Car

The tipping point for electrified vehicles is in sight: a combination of hybrid and fully electric powertrains is expected to cut the global market share of pure internal combustion engines (ICEs) by nearly 50% by 2030. ICEs will continue to play a major but changing role in the industry, as most electrified vehicles over time will be hybrids, according to new research by BCG.

Improving Indirect Functions

OEMs face critical challenges in ensuring flexible and efficient production. The optimization of indirect functions is critical to success.

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How Automakers Can Take Tighter Quality Turns

OEMs and suppliers can no longer afford to wait to react to the next quality problem. Now is the time to get ahead of these problems and transform quality into a source of competitive advantage.

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