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New digital services, powertrains and ownership models are transforming the auto industry.

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Automotive.nxt

  1. 1. Automakers face significant business challenges. So many choices
  2. 2. • Led by digital natives, consumers increasingly expect their vehicles to connect and interact with all of the online services they use for business, entertainment and communication. • In many large, urban environments, younger consumers are opting for car- and ride-sharing over car ownership. • Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) can respond to competitive pressures and market trends by owning the integration of leading-edge, digital services into their vehicles to connect consumers with the rest of their lives. • The key question OEMs must answer: Where will they play along the spectrum of digital services, from entertainment and navigation capabilities to advanced driver-assistancefeatures and fully autonomous vehicles?
  3. 3. Cars will change from productivity dead zones to digital enablers that connect people to homes, offices and communities. From transportation to connection
  4. 4. • Connected cars are the next big thing. They’ll either remake traditional OEMs, or run them over. • Today’s consumers now expect the same connectivity built into their cars and trucks that they experience in their everyday lives. • By 2020, the number of new cars with technology that connects them to the surrounding world will more than quadruple. • The challenge for automotive OEMs is how to integrate advanced software and digital services into vehicles in ways that enable consumers to seamlessly interact with the rest of their world. • Global revenue from digital content in autos will grow more than 300 percent by 2021.
  5. 5. Fully autonomous vehicles offer unprecedented convenience for travelers, yet raise questions about passenger safety, liability, insurance and government regulation. Automakers can begin to address safety issues now by expanding the use of advanced driver-assistance systems. Safety first for autonomous cars
  6. 6. • Self-driving cars grab all the headlines, but autonomous vehicle technology will probably appear first in long-haul trucks, which move 69 percent of all U.S. freight and 75 percent of the freight in Europe. • As automated driver assistance systems (ADAS) frees up motorists to safely make more productive use of their time on the road, OEMs can attract consumers by transforming cars and trucks into platforms that seamlessly integrate and deliver digital services. • Wireless technology will connect vehicles to other vehicles (V2V), vehicles to the surrounding road infrastructure and traffic control (V2I), and even to pedestrians walking by (V2P). • There are at least 50 vulnerable attack points within a typical vehicle’s electronic systems, communications networks and control software. Protecting all of them can cost five percent of the total vehicle electronics’ price tag.
  7. 7. Electric vehicles will transform the auto industry, but not as quickly as once believed. Not giving up the fossil fuel
  8. 8. • Automakers are pushing development of plug-ins and hybrids to meet fuel economy and emission requirements, but low oil prices and improvements to conventional engines will slow the arrival of mainstream alternative powertrains. • Today’s electric vehicles (EVs) typically cost more than comparable internal combustion engine (ICE) models, which limits adoption. However, the combination of regulatory pressure and cheaper, higher-capacity batteries could make EVs more affordable. • To meet rising fleet mileage requirements in the United States — 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025 — and similarly demanding requirements in Europe, OEMs must rely on a combination of the following solutions: • Electronic fuel management systems • Increasingly complex transmissions • Aerodynamic shapes • Reducing vehicle weight by replacing steel with lighter metals, plastics and composites
  9. 9. Automakers must become master integrators of digital systems throughout vehicle designs, assembly lines and supply chains — or watch new entrants drive away with market share. The digital makeover
  10. 10. • Traditional automakers face the unique challenge of managing existing product lines while retooling vehicle designs, technology and factories for the digital and electric age. • Big Data and advanced analytics will be the keys to operational efficiency and competitive differentiation for OEMs. Look for automakers to add more data scientists as well as programmers who can build and test enhancements based on what the data scientists discover. • Traditional OEMs are world-class integrators of mechanical subassemblies. Going forward, they can bring software engineering and data analysis in-house, or they can rely more on tier 1 suppliers and technology companies to integrate digital devices and services. • OEMs have updated the ways they design and build vehicles, cutting product development cycles from four to five years to between two and three years.
  11. 11. Ride-sharing wins over commuters Ride-sharing and alternative-ownership trends are either the beginning of the end for the auto industry’s 100-year dominance of personal transportation, or the opportunity to provide mobility and transportation services that meet local needs in each country and city.
  12. 12. • By 2030, one out of every 10 new cars or trucks will be a shared vehicle. • Car-sharing could best meet the needs of about 40 percent of city drivers and 20 percent of compact car drivers in Europe. • Regardless of the model, car- and ride-sharing is good for the environment. Each shared vehicle takes nine to 13 cars off the road because users either sell their vehicles or postpone buying a car. As a result, users can reduce household carbon emissions by up to 41 percent a year. • OEMs will allow market demand to shape up before making too many changes in products they offer, but they’re not sitting idle, either. They are partnering with and investing in ride-sharing companies and mobile apps.
  13. 13. Driving to digital In a changing transportation landscape, established automakers will find that smart manufacturing and connected vehicles are the keys to survival.
  14. 14. • OEMs can thrive despite challenges from consumer trends, regulations and aggressive new entrants. They can add smart manufacturing and connect vehicles to the digital services that people use on and off the road. • Automakers can continue to make cars and trucks, launch transportation and mobility services, or deliver some blend of both. • Whichever route they take, OEMs will need to augment their products and services with leading- edge digital technology capabilities because consumers expect their cars and trucks to function like their smartphones, connecting them to home, work and everything they do in between. • We believe OEMs can build customer loyalty by integrating data from connected car services and information from customer relationship management (CRM) systems.
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