Connected Mobility

The automotive industry is moving towards the connected mobility concept influenced by the development of disruptive self-driving technologies, electric vehicles and infrastructure, connectivity and diverse co-sharing mobility solutions. What is the future for automotive manufacturers? Should they focus on the production of vehicles suitable for co-sharing platforms? How could they use valuable insights into customer data and vehicle performance gathered through co-sharing platforms? What would be their way to transform into a platform solution able to attract and retain new customers?.

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Disruptions In Automotive Industry

Our teams speak the language of Asia’s dynamic automotive markets. We are here to help you identify your digital capabilities, define future disruptions and utilize digital opportunities. Until recently OEMs were perceived simply as hardware manufacturers but today they are expected to offer various connected mobility solutions. Digital is used to improve vehicle safety with control systems, increase vehicle efficiency by eliminating hydraulic systems, and finally increase the number of various entertainment features. Disruptive trends developed from small start-ups and tech giants are quickly revolutionizing the industry and forcing the incumbent vehicle manufacturers to rethink their business strategies.

Asia’s Automotive Market Electrification

Automotive market in Asia is undergoing an electrification process, that is especially growing in China. China has accomplished an impressive growth in production of electric vehicles – they are responsible for 43% of the global production. Moreover, China’s government has introduced favorable conditions for EV manufacturers and financial benefits for electric vehicles owners. The government plans to set goals for electric and hybrid vehicles to make up at least a fifth of Chinese auto sales by 2025, starting in 2018. Solidiance helps leading automotive players strike the right balance in the market and advise in the transition process.

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Co-sharing Mobility Changing Transport In Asia


Asia is a very interesting connected mobility market with the largest market for co-sharing mobility in the world. China’s co-sharing mobility market is valued at $24 billion and is dominated by e-hailing companies. Southeast Asia is also an attractive market for e-hailing companies where we can see the rise of local startups such as Grab and GoJek. However, the rising number of vehicles is still a significant urbanization challenge in Asia, but also an opportunity for manufacturers. Solidiance will help you determine your digital capabilities and define what are the best opportunities for transformation.

  • Electric vehicles and sustainable transportation
  • Aftermarket sales and marketing reinvention
  • Connectivity in public and private transportation
  • Self-driving smart vehicles and robot taxis
  • Co-sharing mobility: individual and group based mobility
  • Electric vehicles and sustainable transportation
  • Aftermarket sales and marketing reinvention

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Evolving Customer Demands Influencing Sales Channels


Automotive industry is witnessing massive changes in the technology, empowered customer base and rising numbers of diverse competitors in Asia. This complicates the way in which companies must re-think their go to market, or even better connect to market approach. From changing needs in the distribution channel to establishing an effective push (typically selling into the OEM) and pull (typically generating a demand from the end customer segment) sales strategy, no two Asian markets have the same value drivers and influencers and therefore, require specific strategies that address the uniqueness of that market. Moreover, innovations in automotive are revolutionizing China’s aftermarket where we see a rising trend of eCommerce and evolution of independent parts markets. Solidiance works with top automotive brands to identify their strategies and utilize digital platforms to increase sales.

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Rapid Start-ups Growth In Asia Disrupting Oems’

Existing supply chains in OEMs and the ASEAN auto market will need to be improved to meet production standards. A large portion of ASEAN supply bases are struggling to deliver quality products, on time and with a lower cost. Solidiance supports global automotive manufacturers to identify risks, enhance channels and boost margins in Asia.

Navigating Asia’s Governmental Control And Regulatory Restraints

Understanding the dynamics of indigenous competitive threats that exist in each unique market is not only valuable, but essential to making an entry in the Asian market worth any form of investment. Solidiance identifies competitive threats, benchmarks best digital solutions of automotive practices in Asia for its clients and crafts comprehensive digital strategy to win market share.

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