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New Urban Mobility

Find out about the world’s future mobility trends

Do you need a window on the auto industry’s long-term future? A preview of what it will mean for your company?

This sweeping automotive analysis by IHS and Futuribles quantifies opportunities for new products and business models to meet the changing lifestyle needs of future consumers. You receive analysis on cities in eight different types of markets, with forecasts of transportation choices and impact on global car sales by 2035, enabling you to:

  • Gain insights in to the mind of tomorrow’s consumer
  • Develop technology for the consumer of the future
  • Gain first-mover advantage
  • “Right-size” future production capacity
  • Take steps today to start earning the loyalty of the consumer tomorrow

What’s Included

  • Executive summary PowerPoint deck
  • Mid-term workshop PowerPoint covers analysis of city-level research
  • Final workshop PowerPoint cover development of the forecast
  • Written report (PDF format) based on the PowerPoints
  • Discussion of the autonomous car, its importance to the industry, and likely volumes

Year-by-year forecasts for new light vehicle sales and in-use vehicle fleet, 16 major automotive market regions through 2035, for two scenarios (Base case and New Urban Mobility) in an Excel file

City-level data on motorization, transportation mode share and other factors on 20 sample cities in major automotive markets

Add-on Workshop

On-site workshop with senior management (and others as desired) to discuss the long-term outlook for the industry and what it means for the future of the client. An excellent kick-off to the strategic planning process. Includes an electronic copy of the PowerPoint files used.

Other related reports

March to New Urban Mobility (2015) 
The way people move about in urban areas is happening at an ever increasing pace. This report is an update to the 2013 New Urban Mobility study that tracks the evolution of the "weak signals" which serve as the foundation for the projections in the earlier assessment.

Battery Electric and Plug-In Hybrid (2009) 
The Definitive Assessment of the Business Opportunity, 2010 to 2030

Car of the Future (2008)
How will congestion, pollution, and demand for fuel shape the car of 2035?

Tomorrow’s consumers are being educated today.

From road congestion in London to air pollution in Shanghai and fluctuating oil prices around the world, we are at the beginning of a major shift in behavior. Media coverage, government policy, and even schools are shaping new behaviors.

Click sections below to explore current trends.  

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