We coined the acronym C.A.S.E. to describe the auto of the future: connected, autonomous, shared, and electrified. It is now a widely used term in the industry. Connectivity is extending consumers’ digital lives into their cars. Traditional OEMs and new entrants are investing billions in the race toward autonomous driving vehicles. The rise of shared mobility is changing the entire concept of car ownership and creating new business models. Meanwhile, emission regulations mean electric and hybrid vehicles could reach 25% of the market by 2025. Our global automotive and industrial team works hand-in-hand with management of OEMs, tier-one suppliers, and industrial products companies to compete in this environment. We help companies make the right consolidation moves, improve productivity and costs, optimize revenues and pricing, place the right bets on innovation, and implement changes that last. 

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2022 AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook

According to the 2022 AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook, full battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) will be 28% of the new-vehicle market worldwide by 2028 and the majority vehicle type by 2035, surpassing internal-combustion-engine (ICE) vehicles and hybrids combined. AlixPartners industry experts urge companies to prepare now for this monumental BEV transition, including by addressing rising materials costs and the upcoming supply-chain transition that will cost automakers and suppliers a combined $70 billion if not addressed proactively. Couple all that with ongoing supply constraints throughout the industry and investors clamoring for higher returns, and industry players at all levels have their work cut out for them like never before.

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According to the 2022 AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook, full battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) will be 28% of the new-vehicle market worldwide by 2028 and the majority vehicle type by 2035, surpassing internal-combustion-engine (ICE) vehicles and hybrids combined. AlixPartners industry experts urge companies to prepare now for this monumental BEV transition, including by addressing rising materials costs and the upcoming supply-chain transition that will cost automakers and suppliers a combined $70 billion if not addressed proactively. Couple all that with ongoing supply constraints throughout the industry and investors clamoring for higher returns, and industry players at all levels have their work cut out for them like never before.

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Press Release: Consumer interest in electric vehicles is approaching an inflection point, but the industry must address pricing and charging concerns

The AlixPartners 2021 Electric Vehicles Consumer Sentiment Survey

AlixPartners’ annual multi-country consumer survey points to both big opportunities and big challenges for the global automotive industry as it moves forward in its monumental transition to eco-friendly electric vehicles. This year’s survey—which polled licensed drivers in China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States (with California’s results also analyzed separately)—finds that “BEV Believers”, or those “very likely” to buy or lease a battery-electric vehicle (BEV) as their next car, have on average more than doubled from a similar survey AlixPartners fielded two years ago.

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The AlixPartners 2021 Electric Vehicles Consumer Sentiment Survey

AlixPartners’ annual multi-country consumer survey points to both big opportunities and big challenges for the global automotive industry as it moves forward in its monumental transition to eco-friendly electric vehicles. This year’s survey—which polled licensed drivers in China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States (with California’s results also analyzed separately)—finds that “BEV Believers”, or those “very likely” to buy or lease a battery-electric vehicle (BEV) as their next car, have on average more than doubled from a similar survey AlixPartners fielded two years ago.

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NAVIGATING A SEA OF DISRUPTION

Disruption has created a fast-changing and less-predictable environment for most industries, leaving many leaders feeling adrift. New realities require businesses and their leaders address a different set of priorities and hone new skills. AlixPartners Disruption Insights examines how disruptive factors are affecting all industries and identifies successful strategies that companies are employing to respond.

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Disruption has created a fast-changing and less-predictable environment for most industries, leaving many leaders feeling adrift. New realities require businesses and their leaders address a different set of priorities and hone new skills. AlixPartners Disruption Insights examines how disruptive factors are affecting all industries and identifies successful strategies that companies are employing to respond.

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AlixPartners autonomous vehicle survey

Autonomous vehicles (AVs) represent the future state of mobility. Once introduced, AVs have the potential to disrupt the automotive industry as we know it, with implications for automakers, suppliers, and other industry players. Although the technology has yet to be introduced to the mass market, the industry still needs to understand consumers’ current and potential future attitudes about AVs. To gauge these, AlixPartners surveyed more than 6,500 representative consumers in key markets around the globe about their interest, purchase intentions, and sentiments regarding AVs.

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Autonomous vehicles (AVs) represent the future state of mobility. Once introduced, AVs have the potential to disrupt the automotive industry as we know it, with implications for automakers, suppliers, and other industry players. Although the technology has yet to be introduced to the mass market, the industry still needs to understand consumers’ current and potential future attitudes about AVs. To gauge these, AlixPartners surveyed more than 6,500 representative consumers in key markets around the globe about their interest, purchase intentions, and sentiments regarding AVs.

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We coined the acronym C.A.S.E. to describe the auto of the future: connected, autonomous, shared, and electrified. It is now a widely used term in the industry. Connectivity is extending consumers’ digital lives into their cars. Traditional OEMs and new entrants are investing billions in the race toward autonomous driving vehicles. The rise of shared mobility is changing the entire concept of car ownership and creating new business models. Meanwhile, emission regulations mean electric and hybrid vehicles could reach 25% of the market by 2025. Our global automotive and industrial team works hand-in-hand with management of OEMs, tier-one suppliers, and industrial products companies to compete in this environment. We help companies make the right consolidation moves, improve productivity and costs, optimize revenues and pricing, place the right bets on innovation, and implement changes that last. 

View all auto insights

2022 AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook

According to the 2022 AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook, full battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) will be 28% of the new-vehicle market worldwide by 2028 and the majority vehicle type by 2035, surpassing internal-combustion-engine (ICE) vehicles and hybrids combined. AlixPartners industry experts urge companies to prepare now for this monumental BEV transition, including by addressing rising materials costs and the upcoming supply-chain transition that will cost automakers and suppliers a combined $70 billion if not addressed proactively. Couple all that with ongoing supply constraints throughout the industry and investors clamoring for higher returns, and industry players at all levels have their work cut out for them like never before.

READ THE GLOBAL OVERVIEW

According to the 2022 AlixPartners Global Automotive Outlook, full battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) will be 28% of the new-vehicle market worldwide by 2028 and the majority vehicle type by 2035, surpassing internal-combustion-engine (ICE) vehicles and hybrids combined. AlixPartners industry experts urge companies to prepare now for this monumental BEV transition, including by addressing rising materials costs and the upcoming supply-chain transition that will cost automakers and suppliers a combined $70 billion if not addressed proactively. Couple all that with ongoing supply constraints throughout the industry and investors clamoring for higher returns, and industry players at all levels have their work cut out for them like never before.

READ THE GLOBAL OVERVIEW
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Press Release: Consumer interest in electric vehicles is approaching an inflection point, but the industry must address pricing and charging concerns

The AlixPartners 2021 Electric Vehicles Consumer Sentiment Survey

AlixPartners’ annual multi-country consumer survey points to both big opportunities and big challenges for the global automotive industry as it moves forward in its monumental transition to eco-friendly electric vehicles. This year’s survey—which polled licensed drivers in China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States (with California’s results also analyzed separately)—finds that “BEV Believers”, or those “very likely” to buy or lease a battery-electric vehicle (BEV) as their next car, have on average more than doubled from a similar survey AlixPartners fielded two years ago.

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The AlixPartners 2021 Electric Vehicles Consumer Sentiment Survey

AlixPartners’ annual multi-country consumer survey points to both big opportunities and big challenges for the global automotive industry as it moves forward in its monumental transition to eco-friendly electric vehicles. This year’s survey—which polled licensed drivers in China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States (with California’s results also analyzed separately)—finds that “BEV Believers”, or those “very likely” to buy or lease a battery-electric vehicle (BEV) as their next car, have on average more than doubled from a similar survey AlixPartners fielded two years ago.

READ MORE

NAVIGATING A SEA OF DISRUPTION

Disruption has created a fast-changing and less-predictable environment for most industries, leaving many leaders feeling adrift. New realities require businesses and their leaders address a different set of priorities and hone new skills. AlixPartners Disruption Insights examines how disruptive factors are affecting all industries and identifies successful strategies that companies are employing to respond.

DOWNLOAD THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY REPORT

Disruption has created a fast-changing and less-predictable environment for most industries, leaving many leaders feeling adrift. New realities require businesses and their leaders address a different set of priorities and hone new skills. AlixPartners Disruption Insights examines how disruptive factors are affecting all industries and identifies successful strategies that companies are employing to respond.

DOWNLOAD THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY REPORT

AlixPartners autonomous vehicle survey

Autonomous vehicles (AVs) represent the future state of mobility. Once introduced, AVs have the potential to disrupt the automotive industry as we know it, with implications for automakers, suppliers, and other industry players. Although the technology has yet to be introduced to the mass market, the industry still needs to understand consumers’ current and potential future attitudes about AVs. To gauge these, AlixPartners surveyed more than 6,500 representative consumers in key markets around the globe about their interest, purchase intentions, and sentiments regarding AVs.

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Autonomous vehicles (AVs) represent the future state of mobility. Once introduced, AVs have the potential to disrupt the automotive industry as we know it, with implications for automakers, suppliers, and other industry players. Although the technology has yet to be introduced to the mass market, the industry still needs to understand consumers’ current and potential future attitudes about AVs. To gauge these, AlixPartners surveyed more than 6,500 representative consumers in key markets around the globe about their interest, purchase intentions, and sentiments regarding AVs.

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