Mazars automotive expert community, together with the industry experts from IHS, are pleased to present the 2018 global study on sustainable mobility.
From fossil energy to electricity; from ownership based model to a shared-economy driven model; from a licensed-driver-only model to driverless vehicles, changes happen both to the vehicle itself and to the way we use them.
5 strategies to survive the disruption - 5 种生存策略
The study includes a roundtable discussion between Mazars’ global leaders of automotive practices and industry experts from IHS Markit, followed by seven Mazars country leaders of automotive practices. We also conducted several mini case studies about the impact of sustainable mobility solutions on some major cities worldwide.
As a densely populated country, China’s enthusiasm for shared mobility is undoubtedly fuelled by necessity. But China’s involvement in EV and wider sustainable mobility developments so far, means it is not only putting its own stamp on future solutions but is also intent on leading the way.