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Automotive simulation: Market growth picture and landscape analysis
The S&P Global Mobility automotive simulation report aims to qualify several industry-related questions that have arisen from the surge of CASE (Connected Autonomous, Shared Electric) functional requirements: Who are the dominant players of the automotive simulation market? How will the automotive simulation market change in the next five years? Which function and application will take a lion’s share of the automotive simulation market? What are the drivers and restraints of the automotive...
Inside General Motors - Sourcing and technology strategy
This report provides a detailed review of General Motors’ (GM) current position, covering its finances, sales performance, production forecasts, technology strategies, and future plans. All data and analyses are correct as of October 2022. GM manufactures and sells passenger cars, sport-utility vehicles (SUVs), pickup trucks, and light commercial vehicles under Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC brands. The company also produces engines and other key automotive components and provides a r...
2022 E-Mobility consumer analysis - When will the charging infrastructure be ready for consumers?
The 2022 IHS Markit E-Mobility Consumer Survey asked nearly 8,000 participants around the world questions regarding electric and hybrid vehicles to understand consumer sentiment around electric/hybrid buying decisions, charging preferences, willingness to pay, and general interest in the respective technologies. Results showed most respondents believed that the existing charging infrastructure was insufficient for their charging needs, and the prospect of workplace charging was less impactful on...
How to leverage connectivity for profitability
Connected cars generate a lot of data, and monetization of this data has become one of the most promising profit pools across the industry. As the traditional automotive players seek to transition from hardware to software-as-a-service (SaaS) and subscription businesses, there are new opportunities to be tapped for OEMs, parts suppliers, data aggregators, insurance companies, technology players, aftermarket companies, infrastructure providers, and even governments. This report explores the gr...
2022 E-Mobility consumer analysis - Overcoming range anxiety: Consumers weigh in on acceptable EV charging time and range
The 2022 IHS Markit E-Mobility Consumer Survey asked nearly 8,000 participants around the world questions regarding electric and hybrid vehicles to understand consumer sentiment around electric/hybrid buying decisions, charging preferences and willingness to pay, and general interest in the respective technologies. Results showed respondents were willing to accept a minimum vehicle range for electric vehicles (EVs) that was less than standard internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. Globally, ...

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