The Intelligent Car

Read this report to:

  • Understand the key trends driving changes in connectivity
  • Be aware of business and consumer attitudes towards connected technologies
  • Determine the impact of these technologies on residual values
  • Find out how to position and equip your business to profit from these trends
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The insight behind future thinking

The future starts now.  Connectivity spans a myriad of new technologies, from improvements to journey experience and entertainment-led innovation, to the evolution of driver-assistance and tracking technologies needed to facilitate autonomous driving.  Premium and volume vehicle manufacturers recognise consumer demand and that understanding the importance of these new technological developments is crucial to future business success.

In this cutting-edge report, Autovista Group examines new technologies and consumer attitudes, taking an in-depth look at a range of business models, pioneers and key players and assessing how technological progress is set to impact residual values.  The Intelligent Car offers you the opportunity to position and equip your business to profit from new trends in technology.

With this report you will receive:
  • A roadmap for the launch of connected car services
  • An overview of how connected car strategies support development of the autonomous car
  • Analysis of consumer attitudes and values attached to different connected car features and functionalities
  • Understanding of industry attitudes towards connected cars and residual values for new services and functionalities
  • Detail on potential business models for a whole range of connected car services
  • Insight into OEM diversification strategies including in-house innovation, acquisition, partnering, and venture financing
  • Comparison of OEM and technology companies’ connected car strategies

Including in-depth case studies providing real-world examples of how companies are adapting to change.

 

Executive summary
Innovation
Partnering v. competing
Connected car services and functionality
The shift from products to services
Key findings
Recommendations


Introduction
How cars get connected
Technology, cloud and big data
The key players
Business models


Connected car products and services
WiFi hotspots
Infotainment services
Home integration
Health, wellness and wellbeing
Navigation and vehicle management
Safety
Autonomous driving
Mobility


Opportunities and challenges
Connected car opportunities
Connected car challenges


OEM strategies
BMW
Daimler
Ford
Toyota
Volkswagen
Volvo


Market impact
What consumers think of connected cars
What do consumers think of connected car services?
What dealers think of connected cars
The role of the dealer
Residual value impact of connected cars
Understanding offer rates
TCO position
Today’s connected car ‘features’ versus tomorrow’s ‘connected car’


Methodology
Primary research


Figures
1: Connected car categories and services
2: Percentage of dealers that believe that internet companies will dominate the connected car market
3: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for infotainment features within premium models
4: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for infotainment features within volume models
5: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for home integration features within premium models
6: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for home integration features within volume models
7: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for health, wellness and wellbeing features within premium models
8: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for health, wellness and wellbeing features within volume models
9: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for vehicle management features within premium models
10: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for vehicle management features within volume models
11: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for safety features within premium models
12: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for safety features within volume models
13: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for autonomous driving features within premium models
14: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for autonomous driving features within volume models
15: SAE’s stages of automation
16: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for mobility features within premium models
17: Percentage of dealers that believe customers are prepared to pay a premium for mobility features within volume models
18: Percentage of dealers that believe that the fleet sector represents the biggest opportunity for connected cars
19: Telematics categories and services
20: Percentage of dealers that believe that cybersecurity issues represent a key challenge in the development of connected cars
21: Vehicle systems vulnerable to cybersecurity threats
22: Regulatory development required for the launch of autonomous cars
23: Car dealers’ enthusiasm for connected cars
24: Percentage of dealers that believe that connected car features are poorly understood by consumers
25: Percentage of dealers that believe there is strong demand for connected car features within premium models
26: Percentage of dealers that believe there is strong demand for connected car features within volume models
27: Percentage of dealers that believe they lack the skills / expertise to properly sell the benefits of connected cars
28: Percentage point difference in the rate of depreciation between various options and the vehicle in Germany
29: Percentage point difference in the rate of depreciation between various options and the vehicle in Spain
30: Average offer rates for satellite navigation across vehicles registered since 2010
31: Average offer rates for satellite navigation on premium v volume brands across vehicles registered since 2010
32: Average offer price for BMW 3 Series Sport Line by vehicle age and grade of satellite navigation fitted in Germany
33: Third party forecasts of connected car developments


Tables
1: Connected car functional categories and services
2: High-profile cybersecurity attacks on connected cars
3: Key partnerships between OEM and technology companies
4: Penetration of connected car functional categories and services
5: Connected car features most valued in a used car


The insight and intelligence in this report will help:

OEMs

Develop a detailed and comprehensive understanding of the connected car and what this means for future automotive development. Understand how dealers view connected technologies and what this means for the sale of new and used connected cars. Make informed specification and residual value management decisions.


Fleet & Finance

Understand how the launch of connected car services will impact on Fleet & Finance. Establish the impact of key technologies on residual values and what this means for the total cost of ownership of connected vehicles.

Insurance

Establish the insurance implications of intelligent cars, particularly usage-based insurance and unlocking the value of telematics data.


 

Amazon

AT&T

Autoliv

BMW

Daimler

Deutsche Telecom

FCA Group

Ford

General Motors

Google

Harman

HERE

Honda

Hyundai

Jaguar Land Rover

Kia

Lyft

Mazda

Microsoft

Mitsubishi

Mobileye

Nissan

PSA Group

Renault

Spotify

Toyota

Verizon

Volkswagen

Volvo

 

 

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