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  • Industry: Industrial Markets, Automotive
  • Type: Business and industry issue, Survey report
  • Date: 8/26/2014

KPMG’s Global Automotive Executive Survey 2014 

The rising economic power of the emerging markets remains the overriding force for automotive growth over the next decade. As the industry becomes more global, automakers are using flexible, modular platforms, to adapt to changing customer preferences and to free up resources to invest in cleaner, fuel-efficient, powertrain technology. Pure battery electric mobility is suffering a sharp decline, as automakers turn their attention to improving ICE efficiency.
KPMG’s 2014 Global Automotive Executive Survey confirms that the rising economic power of the emerging markets remains the overriding force for growth over the next decade. And as the industry becomes more global, automakers are striving to use flexible, modular platforms, to adapt to changing customer preferences and free up resources to invest in powertrain technology, to satisfy increasingly tough environmental regulations.

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Mathieu Meyer speaks on the Global Automotive Executive Survey 2014