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The findings reveal that despite important innovation in connected services, the auto industry’s share of value is still low.
The total number of cars in use in Europe is forecasted to peak at 273 million in 2025 and to decline thereafter. The number will continue to increase in China and at a slower pace in the US.
During the same time period, the cost of vehicle content is going up electric powertrains and automated features could increase the Bill of Material (BoM) by between 20 and 40 percent by 2030.
Alternative ownership models and new revenue opportunities for OEMs are required to ensure customer affordability and economic returns for the industry: mobility spending is expected to be worth $1.2 trillion in Europe, the US and China by 2030 , growing by more than 20 percent a year.
There will be a significant shift in value pools as OEMs and suppliers search for new business models. We estimate that profit share from traditional car sales, parts and aftersales will shrink from 70 to ~55 percent of total automotive market, while non traditional player profit shares could raise from 5 to ~25 percent by 2030.
As a result, intense efforts are needed by suppliers and OEMs to drive down technology costs in the coming decade a reduction of 65 to 75 percent of costs for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), for example
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