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How connected and autonomous vehicles will transform the way we drive. What are connected versus autonomous vehicles?
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Since the recession many companies have been faced with margin challenges and yet so few have truly grasped the potential of pricing.
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The impact of the ongoing changes in the global automotive market are profound, as Original Equipment Manufacturers invest to produce energy efficient connected vehicles to meet the demands of tomorrow’s consumers.
Manufacturing techniques are also changing rapidly, as modernisation reduces the cost and time of assembly, and flexible automated plants benefit from machine-learning analytics to grow throughput and improve quality.
Emerging digital sales platforms and connected cars present exciting new revenue opportunities but are attracting new entrants from the technology world.
Our automotive team is experienced in dealing with these challenges in a holistic way that considers all the angles. We advise on commercial strategy, redesign business processes and implementation. Our experts advise on raising debt and equity finance, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), Tax, IT, Operational Transformation, Supply Chain, Procurement and Sales. We have taken the time to grow our services and work with the largest and smallest automotive companies to help improve financial performance and reduce risk.
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John Leech, Head of Automotive provides an overview of the UK automotive industry.
KPMG’s research has demonstrated that the technology is being developed quickly. Connectivity is here already, as are autonomous features such as Traffic Jam Assist. Full highway pilot features are expected in 2017 and full autonomy is expected from 2025.
UK must maintain a strong voice in Europe says automotive industry. This independent report examines economic relationship between UK automotive industry and EU. It shows just how important the EU is to the UK automotive market – it is a highly globalised industry and integrated within the EU.
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KPMG International’s report findings demonstrate, the industry seems to be positioned halfway between these two imperatives. On the one hand, increasingly strict regulatory standards call for a strong focus on powertrain optimisation, rationalisation and standardisation. On the other, increasingly tech-savvy customers are helping to create a completely new mobility culture.
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KPMG's new report Me, My Car, My Life looks at the main economic and social trends impacting the auto industry including, the rise of mobility alternatives; the “dethroning of OEMs”, the evolving auto ecosystem and managing the customer life cycle, as well as other key insights for global companies in the auto industry.
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This edition investigates how Automotive suppliers are dealing with the impending upheavals in the Automotive industry, ‘AutomotiveNow’ asked three supplier companies about their strategy for the coming years. Cooperative Ventures, especially in research and development might be the solution.
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The momentum around self-driving vehicles is astonishing. But the introduction of disruptive innovation is fraught with risks. No matter how great the potential of self-driving vehicles, its trajectory will be determined by markets. This report discusses KPMG’s findings and the implied opportunities and risks ahead for everyone within the automotive ecosystem.
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