Globalization, consolidation of industry players, increasing government regulations, consumer demand for electric and autonomous vehicles sporting radically new technological features − not to mention fierce, new breed competitors offering new-to-the-world innovations − are dramatically disrupting this long-established market.
With all of this change, companies can't afford to pump the breaks.
98% of vehicles in 2020 will have connectivity-enabled technology1
Advanced driver-assistance systems technology could reach $35 billion in revenue by 20212
Cost per mile may be 40% cheaper when sharing an autonomous ride vs. driving one's own automobile1
Fully-autonomous cars are expected before 20302
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