The study explores how electrification adoption could impact supplier components.
The U.S. automotive mobility market is expected to double to $281B by 2035, creating significant revenue opportunities.
The report finds global C-level business leaders view climate change as a top priority for their organizations amid global uncertainty.
Concerns about cost and trust still impact advancement.
The competition celebrates outstanding achievements in the European automotive supply industry.
Continued disruption among suppliers requires swift action plan for near- and long-term survival, the firm says.
This 13-minute Audio Interview features Ryan Robinson, Automotive Research Leader, Deloitte LLP.
Driving the road to recovery starts with a knowledge of the consumer landscape.
The data shows significant shifts in sentiment and spending intentions since the COVID-19 peak in April.
High-margin, stable revenues from aftermarket services may help buoy manufacturers’ performance.
Conducted online, the study helps to provide insights into a variety of critical issues impacting the automotive sector.
Deloitte Study: Billions In Opportunity, Growth Remain For Auto Suppliers Despite Futuristic Disruption
Four disruptive mega-trends – shared mobility, electrification, technology convergence and new market entrants — are driving the transformation of the automotive value chain and causing many senior leaders to entirely rethink their businesses as the future of mobility takes shape.