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Predicts 2022: Automotive and Smart Mobility

January 31, 2022
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As per Gartner®, "the near-term future of the automotive industry holds changes in the way cars are sold, how they are repaired, how much they cost, how cars are designed and the computers running them."​

The latest report ‘Predicts 2022: Automotive and Smart Mobility’ takes a look at the changes facing the industry and makes recommendations for senior leaders when tackling them.​

Access the report today and discover:​

  • “Automakers are installing new software development organizations and creating the capability to perform regular repairs and fixes of vehicles via over-the-air updates. ​
  • Compute power in vehicles has become so important that automakers are becoming more involved in the design of specific chips for the vehicle as a means to differentiate and improve performance.​
  • Automotive retail is at last bending to the trends that have already affected retail around the globe for other areas of sales as automakers seek to give consumers the experience they desire in purchasing vehicles.​
  • In an effort to save weight and cost and to increase modularity, automakers are looking to wireless connectivity inside of vehicles to add features.”​

Gartner,Predicts 2022: Automotive and Smart Mobility,Mike Ramsey, Gaurav Gupta, Jonathan Davenport, Pedro Pacheco, Sohard Aggarwal, Bill Ray,4 October 2021​
Gartner is a registered trademark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved
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As per Gartner®, "the near-term future of the automotive industry holds changes in the way cars are sold, how they are repaired, how much they cost, how cars are designed and the computers running them."​

The latest report ‘Predicts 2022: Automotive and Smart Mobility’ takes a look at the changes facing the industry and makes recommendations for senior leaders when tackling them.​

Access the report today and discover:​

  • “Automakers are installing new software development organizations and creating the capability to perform regular repairs and fixes of vehicles via over-the-air updates. ​
  • Compute power in vehicles has become so important that automakers are becoming more involved in the design of specific chips for the vehicle as a means to differentiate and improve performance.​
  • Automotive retail is at last bending to the trends that have already affected retail around the globe for other areas of sales as automakers seek to give consumers the experience they desire in purchasing vehicles.​
  • In an effort to save weight and cost and to increase modularity, automakers are looking to wireless connectivity inside of vehicles to add features.”​

Gartner,Predicts 2022: Automotive and Smart Mobility,Mike Ramsey, Gaurav Gupta, Jonathan Davenport, Pedro Pacheco, Sohard Aggarwal, Bill Ray,4 October 2021​
Gartner is a registered trademark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and is used herein with permission. All rights reserved
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