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The insight behind customer choice
Governments are worried about the impact of rising congestion, particularly in terms of air quality and the economic life of cities; consumers are increasingly questioning whether they needed to own their cars. But the automotive industry has traditionally been geared up to sell cars to individuals.
To remain relevant in the future, manufacturers and leasing companies will have to serve a wider range of corporate and consumer mobility needs. New analysis from Autovista Intelligence looks at the impact of these changes and how OEMs and leasing companies can evolve their strategy to adapt to a fundamental shift in car usage.
Mobility Intelligence features in-depth investigation and case studies into key aspects of the shift to on-demand and multimodal mobility to help you plan your strategy.
Case study: Car sharing – consigned to a niche?
Mobility as service
1: Factors driving the shift towards flexible mobility
2: Commuting represents a major source of stress
3: The emerging mobility landscape
4: How important are the following factors in restricting the development of a more flexible
5: Percentage using ride hailing within the next 5-10 years?
6: Percentage using mobility cards within the next 5-10 years?
7: Percentage using car sharing within the next 5-10 years?
8: Percentage using peer-to-peer car sharing within the next 5-10 years?
9: Percentage using car pooling within the next 5-10 years?
10: Traffic situation in Paris
11: Access restrictions in operation across France
12: Congestion levels across France
13: Car sharing schemes in operation across France
14:Traffic situation in Berlin
15: Access restrictions in operation across Germany
16: Congestion levels across Germany
17: Car sharing schemes in operation across Germany
18: Traffic situation in Rome
19a: Access restrictions in operation across north Italy
19b: Access restrictions in operation across south Italy
20: Congestion levels across Italy
21: Car sharing schemes in operation across Italy
22: Traffic situation in Madrid
23: Access restrictions in operation across Spain
24: Congestion levels across Spain
25: Car sharing schemes in operation across Spain
26: Traffic situation in London
27: Access restrictions in operation across the UK
28: Congestion levels across the UK
29: Car sharing schemes in operation across the UK
30: Car sharing in Europe
31: Change in mobility among 20-29 year olds
32: The ideal shared car
33: Attitudes by sector
34: The most important opportunities for the automotive industry as a result of a shift to
35: Mobility strategies of the major OEMs
36: OEM views on the need to be involved in key mobility services
37: Ford’s smart Mobility map
38: Leasing & rental views on the need to be involved in key mobility services
39: Car sharing gaining acceptance among corporate customers
40: Industry expects a decline in residual values over the next 5-10 years
41: Growth in the German car-sharing market
42: Comparison of RV % for Toyota Yaris Icon for intensive use v average mileage
43: Comparison of RV % for Smart Fortwo for intensive use v average mileage
44: Comparison of RV % for Ford Fiesta for intensive use v average mileage.
45: Comparison of RV % for Smart Fortwo Passion v Smart Fortwo Brabus
1: Factors stimulating the shift towards a more flexible urban mobility model
2: Access restrictions in operation in Paris
3: Sharing schemes operating in Paris
4: Access restrictions in operation in Berlin
5: Sharing schemes operating in Berlin
6: Access restrictions in operation in Rome
7: Car sharing schemes operating in Rome
8: Access restrictions in operation in Madrid
9: Car sharing schemes operating in Madrid
10: Access restrictions in operation in London
11: Car sharing schemes operating in London
12: OEM involvement in mobility services
13: Involvement of the major car-leasing companies in mobility services
14: Involvement of the captive financial companies in mobility services
15: Involvement of the major car rental companies in mobility services
16: Impact of car-sharing growth on new car sales
17: Illustration of the impact of an increase in shared cars on the Dutch market
18: Comparison of shared and private car use
The insight and intelligence in this report will help:
Understand how on-demand mobility affects your business, particularly what your competitors are doing, how the regulatory environment is changing and the impact of reduced car ownership on residual values.
Fleet & Finance
Determine the pace at which fleets are shifting from ownership to use of shared cars and multimodal mobility. Establish how to adapt your leasing business to keep pace with customer requirements and how risks are changing, to be able to make confident product development and pricing decisions and optimise return on investment.
Jaguar Land Rover
Car Leasing Companies
Athlon/ De Lage Landen International
BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions (inc. Arval)
Crédit Agricole Leasing & Factoring
Société Générale Equipment Finance (inc. ALD Automotive)
Captive Financial Companies
BMW Financial Services/ Alphabet International
Daimler Financial Services
FCA Bank Group
Honda Financial Services
Toyota Financial Services
Volkswagen Financial services
Car Rental Companies
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