So, while cars are still playing an important role in our lives, particularly during the
COVID-19 pandemic when the protection and independence they offer is of
particular value, many of us are open to the idea of using new, alternative
transport solutions. It seems that we want the utility of a vehicle rather than
necessarily ownership of it.
And also very interestingly, we are observing an increasing bi-polarity in the
market we have not seen before to any great extent, with Chinese car owners
reacting differently compared with other parts of the world.
Is this ‘bi-polarity’ a sign of a divergence that will continue or will there be a
coalescence of thinking and behavior in the future? The jury is still out, but it is a
factor any global automotive player’s strategy must take into account.
So, what can we say about the future of automotive mobility?

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