Consumer mobility is undergoing a seismic shift along three key dimensions: sharing, electrification and autonomy, all underpinned by advances in connectivity.
In an environment of dramatic and accelerating change, new mobility entrants are seeking to disrupt decades-old car ownership patterns in developed nations and leapfrog ownership altogether in developing nations.
While safety, congestions management and increased accessibility to the elderly and infirm are often cited as reasons for their emergence, make no mistake – the commercial prize is huge, translating to a multi-trillion dollar opportunity.
In this Executive Insights, L.E.K. Partners Ashish Khanna and Simon Barrett identify the key provider categories emerging in this new mobility paradigm and highlight the critical success factors as they seek to create commercially viable operations.