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MobilityInsight: Future of the Automotive Industry

How autonomous cars, electrification, and mobility services will change the automotive industry as we know it

The global automotive industry is likely to change significantly over the next two decades as three key technologies converge: autonomous driving, ride-hailing/car-sharing, and electromobility. Together, they have the potential to create the biggest paradigm shift in the 130+ year history of the car industry, affecting established business models and disrupting traditional supply chains.

What's included

MobilityInsight, from IHS Markit, provides a highly relevant means of tracking mobility developments in the automotive sector.

Mobility City Map

Understand how locations compare with the Mobility City Map. This interactive map features 90 cities rated according to attractiveness for new mobility services. The overall rating is based on seven key criteria:

  • Availability of car-sharing
  • Availability of ride-hailing
  • Availability of bike-sharing
  • Cost of public transport
  • Public transport infrastructure
  • Pollution
  • Traffic Congestion

Headline Analysis

Stay up to date with ongoing developments in this rapidly changing industry with dedicated mobility news coverage.

Company Profiles

Discover what strategies other companies are adopting through dedicated automaker and mobility company profiles outlining mobility activities.

Legal Framework

Access a repository of autonomous vehicle legal and regulatory environment for major markets around the world:

  • China
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
Mobility Data Browser

Anticipate what the future holds via IHS Markit’s mobility data browser containing five years of historical data and forecasts up to 2030 for the United States, Europe, China, and India, covering autonomous vehicles (L4/L5) and EVs (BEVs/PHEVs), as well as new mobility channels (such as car-sharing and ride-hailing).

Note: Forecasts available for total industry volume (not model level)

New! New Light Vehicle Players Tracker
New manufacturers enter and exit the market with astonishing speed. MobilityInsight tracks and evaluates these new players. Details include:
  • Foundation year
  • Target start of production year
  • Target volumes
  • Financial assessment
  • Strategy
  • Technology rating
  • Manufacturing capability
  • China license (yes/no)
  • BEV only (yes/no)
  • MaaS dedicated (yes/no)
  • Company website
New! Ride Hailing Fare Tracker
Does the average fee per mile traveled vary greatly by city, provider or service offered? The Ride-hailing Fare Tracker provides:
  • High end/low end fares
  • Pooled vs Non-Pooled rides
  • Average fares by mile travels
  • Average waiting time
  • Major ride-hailing companies (Lyft, Uber, DiDi, OLA, etc.)
  • 20 cities across 16 countries and 6 Regions


Tom De Vleesschauwer

Tom has been involved in the international automotive industry for nearly two decades and is currently responsible for both long-term market research and business consulting projects for the Automotive Group. He has contributed to special projects assessing technical, business, regulatory and societal trends to help senior management improve decision-making. He has assisted automotive manufacturers, global suppliers, NGOs and government agencies, including European Commission and Parliament. Recently, his work encompassed areas such as biofuels market potential, CO2 forecasting evaluations and future mobility outlooks.Tom regularly contributes to several company publications and is frequently quoted in the media. Previously, he was with the Automotive Group of Standard & Poor's DRI, and Euromoney Financial Publications. During his formative academic years, he was a marketing trainee at Citroen Belux and Land Rover North America. Tom holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Northwood University in Midland, Michigan, US, a Masters of Business Administration from Cardiff Business School, UK, and an IVA-A HBO (Honors) from IVA in Driebergen, Netherlands.

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Nigel Griffiths

Nigel has more than 30 years of direct experience in analyzing and forecasting demand trends and light vehicle sales in the global automotive industry. He is focused on the micro economics of the auto industry. He has consulted on multiple forecast projects on a global, regional, national and sub national level. Most recently his work involves modeling the long term autmotive impacts of new mobilty trends including new mobilty concepts and autonomous cars. His current role involves the development of sensitivity and scenario-based automotive forecasting for short/medium term contingency planning and long term strategy planning for the industry. He has been with the company since 1992, and now helps to steer the core global and country-level light vehicle sales forecasts. Earlier in his career, he worked for an international automotive consulting company, where he developed new analytical approaches to accommodate anticipated structural change in car consumer behavior at both regional and city levels in response to global adaptation of new urban mobility patterns. Nigel holds a first-class honors degree in economics, a master's degree in industrial and business economics, and an MBA from Cardiff Business School in Wales, United Kingdom, where he specialized in the economics of the motor industry. Nigel has received numerous awards for study and analysis, including the Alexander Duckhams Prize of the Institute of the Motor Industry, the Adam Smith Medal and the Sir Julian Hodge Prize of the University of Wales.

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Mario Franjičević

Mr. Franjičević is a research expert in the field of automotive Future Mobility. Mario analyses and forecasts global trends and the disruptive impact of mobility-as-a-service, electrification, and autonomous driving technologies on the auto industry. Since 2011, he is part of the automotive division of IHS Markit. Prior to his current role, Mario was responsible for volume forecast and market analysis of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles in Europe and the Middle-East/Africa (EMEA). During that period, he gained specialized knowledge in vehicle manufacturers' BEV (battery electric vehicles) platform strategies.Before working at IHS Markit, he was employed by Daimler AG, BMW Group Japan, and Mitsumi Electronics, where he had roles in market research, price/volume planning and product management. Mario is a graduate of the University of Applied Sciences Nürtingen, Germany, Business Administration. On top of that, he is a post-graduate fellowship holder of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) - "SP Japan (Language and Practical Training in Japan)" a program that tightens business and cultural relations between Germany and Japan in an 18-month stay in Japan.Mr. Franjičević is fluent in four languages: German, English, Croatian, and Japanese.

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