Mobility is changing. New transportation options (or innovative mobility services) are emerging – many of which have achieved significant growth whilst successfully reshaping the automotive industry.
Automotive companies (OEM’s) are realising this change in the industry and almost all of them have established partnerships with mobility start-ups and automakers, introducing services such as:
- Ridehailing (Uber or Lyft)
- Scooter sharing programs
These new mobility solutions are growing rapidly across the globe, where more and more services, like Uber, have begun trading every month. The investment into these services is massive and you can see why, with Uber being valued at $72 billion in February this year!
This article gives you an overview of who the major automotive OEM’s are partnering with. Obviously, this is just a snippet of what’s to come…
The intersection of the technology and transportation industries is drastically altering the mobility landscape. This union has created entirely new value streams and business models, attracting the attention of consumers and automotive companies (OEMs) alike. Numerous new passenger transportation options, collectively called innovative mobility services (IMS), have emerged in the past twenty years and some have seen significant growth.