The Frost & Sullivan Mobility practice provides global market intelligence, prescriptive research to execute market growth opportunities, and tailor-made advisory services within the personal and freight mobility market.
Evaluate the impact of Mega trends on personal and freight mobility in creating new business models, products and services.
Support your team in corporate strategy, product planning and advanced R&D in analysing and evaluating future growth opportunities.
Develop next generation channel strategies for vehicle sales, parts and service and create integrated online and off-line customer journey.
Assess the impact of legislation, technology, customer needs and competitive environment on your Powertrain, Safety, Chassis, Interior, Exterior product portfolio and investments.
Identify new business models of fully autonomous cars and analyse the impact of connected car as an element of a future connected living.
Define the future of Freight mobility, public transport and next generation supply chain and logistics.
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ASPEN - The new Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle achieved 67 miles to the gallon in official US combined city/highway driving calculations, and an estimated driving range of 312 miles on a single tank – a distance further than for any…
LONDON - The capital’s Transport authority has launched a consultation document for taxi and private hire vehicle licensing proposing that all newly-licensed vehicles, after January 1st 2018, be zero emission capable.
PLEASANTON - Fulcrum BioEnergy and United Airlines have formed a strategic partnership to use low cost sustainable fuels.
LONDON - Train passengers have complained about "unacceptable" service from UK rail companies as new figures showed journeys are blighted by delays and complaints are not being answered on time.
LONDON – The steady rise of transport options, including car and ride-sharing, on demand cab services such as Uber could see the number of annual vehicle sales fall by 7m globally by 2020.