Are you future ready?
Cox Automotive Mobility is proud to have sponsored this year’s FT Live Future of the Car summit, which took place digitally and in-person at the Brewery, London, 9-12 May. Now in its eighth edition, this event brought together visionary OEMs, industry shakers and challenger brands to examine the technology, consumer and business model trends that are shaping the way cars are made and sold.
Martin Forbes, President of Cox Automotive International, delivered a presentation on the latest insights around future models of car ownership and use.
Future models of car ownership and use: Going beyond the cloud to maximise physical asset utilisation in a digital, on-demand mobility marketplace
Vehicle ownership and usership are diversifying and will continue to evolve. New business models bring automotive brands a raft of new revenue opportunities, but also a host of fresh challenges.
- How do automotive brands plan for, and harness future opportunities, while delivering today’s services?
- How do they pivot and adapt seamlessly to keep pace with the changes in customer needs?
- How do they keep their assets moving and manage their lifecycle?
- And how do they navigate all this across borders?
This session explored how future-ready automotive brands are doing just that. This insight-rich session was moderated by Joe Miller, The Financial Times’ Frankfurt Correspondent.
To support Martin Forbes’ presentation, we have produced a series of Cox Automotive trend definition documents. These focus on the five global trends we believe are most profoundly influencing the automotive sector today and are designed to help the industry’s leaders navigate their way through the rapidly-evolving automotive and mobility landscape.