E-bikes, e-mopeds, and e-scooters can go from fad to fixture—and win over commuters—if cities consider ways to bundle these modes with public transit.
Kick-starting the market is not enough—governments need to plan, orchestrate, and incentivize the buildout of EV charging stations, setting the stage for private investment.
How can cities discourage the use of SOVs while expanding access for all residents? Start with the BCG Accessibility Index, which helps guide strategy by mapping mobility patterns across and within cities.
Autonomous vehicles will be a major option in future metro transportation, but their optimal role in the mobile mix varies across five city archetypes.
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.
Understand how factors like car pride, the status quo bias, and outgroups affect mobility decisions in order to nudge commuters toward greener, more sustainable options.
OEMs have harnessed AI’s power under the hood. Now they must apply it in sales. Seven best practices help automakers scale AI across the organization.
Digital-age car buyers will favor customer-centric vehicles that can be personalized and updated just like a smartphone. Automakers must transform to tap this lucrative opportunity.
Far from being up on the blocks, the automotive sector has massive untapped potential. Investors that lock in their strategy now could tap into billions of dollars in value.
Clarity of purpose benefits automakers in multiple ways, including ease of recruitment, employee engagement, and organizational focus.
Five key forces are converging to unlock previously impossible opportunity in new mobility.
Autos represent one of the last areas of almost exclusively physical sales. The first companies to sell new cars online will be able to improve their market share and profit margins and reduce incentive spending.
2020 has exposed vulnerabilities in automotive supply chains. New capabilities are needed that can anticipate, detect, and flexibly adapt to the current level of disruption.
The automotive industry, already rife with uncertainties in the move towards an electric era, has been brought to its knees by the COVID-19 pandemic. What new proprieties have emerged for navigating future changes?
We’re still in the fight phase of the pandemic. Here are some key considerations and action steps for leaders.
How? By navigating the near-term impacts with fortitude and foresight. Here’s some guidance.
Automotive suppliers face a clear call to action should new vehicle sales decline in 2020. Now is the time for strong, bold moves.
To succeed in a future of electric vehicles, manufacturers must understand and prepare for the profound effects of this transformation on operations and labor requirements.
Recycle or reuse? That’s the decision for companies looking to profit from millions of retiring EV batteries. What’s the business case?
Sales of electrified vehicles will seize a third of the global market by 2025 and 51% by 2030. Are governments and the industry ready?
Data and analytics drive value through increased productivity, enhanced customer experience, and a positive impact on society and the environment.
The economic foundations of sharing are broad. Many other industries could soon face the disruption that hotel chains and taxi fleets have already experienced.