The global Automotive industry is at the vanguard of a digital revolution
Digital technologies are altering how people and businesses interact, creating unprecedented industry dislocation and changing business economics.

Automotive 2030: Racing toward a digital future

The next decade likely will bring radical change to the automotive industry. Fifty percent of surveyed automotive executives say that to succeed or even survive, they need to reinvent their organizations with digital technologies. And 42 percent have a high sense of urgency.

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