In 2014, 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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2017 global automotive outlook

Our research shows how quickly things are changing, as car-sharing dips in popularity and ride-sharing soars; to survive, companies will need different partnership strategies and organizational structures, all while coping with a sales downturn.

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Our research shows how quickly things are changing, as car-sharing dips in popularity and ride-sharing soars; to survive, companies will need different partnership strategies and organizational structures, all while coping with a sales downturn.

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Global Team

In 2014, 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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2017 global automotive outlook

Our research shows how quickly things are changing, as car-sharing dips in popularity and ride-sharing soars; to survive, companies will need different partnership strategies and organizational structures, all while coping with a sales downturn.

SEE MORE

Our research shows how quickly things are changing, as car-sharing dips in popularity and ride-sharing soars; to survive, companies will need different partnership strategies and organizational structures, all while coping with a sales downturn.

SEE MORE

In The News

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Global Coordinators

Global Team