Electrification, digitalisation, connectivity – those are the three big future trends that are radically changing mobility. But what exactly does this mean for the automotive industry? And specifically for a sports car manufacturer such as Porsche? With which drive concepts can the appeal of a sports car be carried forwards into the age of electromobility?
Category: Abstracts 2020
BP’s latest outlook of energy demand to 2040 will be presented with scenarios to meet that energy demand and reduce overall carbon emissions ; the forces that shape scenarios for the future and key uncertainties. Lower carbon roadmap options for energy, fuel and lubricant products will be presented, including lubricants designed to enable next generation electric vehicle designs.
Key Note: The automotive industry as we know it today will not exist in the future. As an industry, we need to get ready for disruptive changes in consumer behavior, product technology and legislation around the world. There is no single solution to the powertrain / propultion needs of tomorrow.
This presentation will take a customer-centric view of electric vehicles. Addressing common misconceptions and sharing the latest research results to help those who are trying to understand and achieve success in the electric-vehicle space. I routinely advise senior leadership at OEMs and tech companies on this topic.