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We’ve been talking about the electric vehicle revolution for a long time now. But what seemed like a very distant dream is now visible on the near horizon.
Companies are fiercely competing to realise this future, completely redesigning and re-envisioning systems, manufacturing processes and business models. New disrupters are going up against each other and challenging established players to be the new leaders in automotive.
We’ve identified three key areas of growth in the near future:
Environmentally, the internal combustion engine has been both society’s best friend and its worst enemy. It’s not news to say that the toll on the global environment from carbon emissions and urban air pollution has challenged the benefits of easy and affordable vehicular travel.
While automotive manufacturers have worked hard to reduce emissions to meet ever tougher regulation, optimization of existing engines is reaching its maximal point.
The drive now is to roll out hybrid and plug-in hybrids. Many countries want car firms to go further. China, the UK, the US and France have all announced targets to eliminate some or all gas and diesel cars from the roads. This is driving investment in lithium battery production and assembly plants by companies such as Daimler, Tesla and Volkswagen.
In this exciting new automotive landscape, strong partnerships matter. We have the capabilities to work with you across projects from designing telematics systems to improving the manufacturing and supply chain to quality assurance and project management.