KPMG

14th August 2020

Dreams of ‘Free’ Electric Energy a Long Way Off

Since 2019 the term ‘self-charging hybrid car’ has been touted by most of the top automaker brands. With the future of connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs), being electric the...

By Graham Jarvis

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4th May 2020

Facing Up the Driverless Car Barriers

Over the next decade connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs) are expected to generate millions of dollars for the global economy. At least, that’s what’s currently predicted by many people...

By Graham Jarvis

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24th January 2020

Automakers Could Steer Fintech’s Role in the Connected Car

Today most people buy a car, pay for road tax and insurance, fill it up and then use their vehicle. Mobility providers, governments and other players see this model...

By Graham Jarvis

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27th November 2018

Autonomous Delivery Mileage to Reach 78Bn, Claims KPMG

Annual miles traveled by autonomous delivery vehicles is expected to reach 78Bn by the year 2040, according to a latest analyst forecast. Accounting and analytics company KPMG is predicting...

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28th July 2017

Connected cities means joined-up thinking in Latin America

The concept of connected cars isn’t big news anywhere in the world, even when you’re talking about Latin American countries where having an automobile is still a display of...

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3rd July 2017

Weekly Brief: VW to make V2V standard on first models in 2019

The waters continue to rise in the V2V revolution. Will VW’s deployment break the dam? Andrew Tolve reports. If the dream of vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications comes...

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30th January 2017

Weekly Brief: Ford’s retrofit smart tech for older cars

Car giant takes pity on the millions of vehicles manufactured on the eve of the connected car era. Andrew Tolve reports. New cars get dated fast. Just ask someone...

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