In March, 2020, Intellias published its comprehensive research on the car sharing market with ideas on new value streams for OEMs — “Mobility Reinvented: Connected Car Sharing as a New Business Model for OEMs” whitepaper.
In their new study, Intellias experts examine the automotive sector and showcase what is ahead for OEMs and their strategies up to 2025.
Intellias whitepaper highlights:
- The analysis of consumer expectations and needs with socioeconomic factors that predict the decline in car ownership and the portrait of an average car sharing consumer;
- The explanation on why the car sharing market may become an $11 billion opportunity by 2024;
- The analysis of shared automotive landscapes and trends across the globe — from EU/UK to North America or Canada;
- The comparative analysis of OEMs’ car sharing and MaaS offerings;
- Key tech partners for shared mobility services
The company sees connected car sharing and MaaS (Mobility-as-a-Service) as two sectors with the most opportunities for automakers. As on-demand mobility prevails over ownership, Intellias forecasts the car manufacturers will need to shift their approach to automotive from selling products to providing services.
Intellias report also includes the company’s internally developed solution concept that provides insights for OEMs on how to build their future mobility offering, deliver value to consumers, and capture additional revenues with the help of the car sharing technology. Intellias connected car sharing solution concept focuses on personalization and includes detailed customers’ persona research.
Intellias whitepaper is the comprehensive guide for OEMs to monetize in the era of servitization in the automotive industry with the focus on connected car sharing and MaaS. Download the whitepaper to get more details.