Wards Intelligence

15th June 2022

Sustainability to Transform Cockpit of the Future

Sustainability covers many areas, including the materials used within a vehicle’s cabin to make the dashboard, the paneling and the electronics used in today’s instrumentation. Drew Winter, principal analyst,...

By Graham Jarvis


20th December 2021

Making Battery Packs Better: Industry Eyes Key Targets for 2025

Special Report Industry insiders see battery packs getting lighter and playing a bigger role in the structural rigidity of the vehicle as automakers push for longer ranges, faster charging...


5th November 2021

Current Mobility Challenges Facing European Markets

In 2011 a partner of Arthur D. Little, Wilhelm Lerner, wrote a report on the Future of Urban Mobility – Towards networked, multimodal cities of 2050 to assess the...

By Graham Jarvis


28th April 2021

Service Orientated Architectures Pitch for OTA Security

The security risks of centralized automotive architectures and over-the-air updates are clear. Meanwhile, vehicle functions are increasingly defined by software, making them more hackable. The evolution of automotive electrical...

By Susan Kuchinskas


20th October 2020

North American Automotive Industry Forecasts and Trends

Sponsored Content GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest audio interview https://globalautoindustry.com/north-american-automotive-industry-forecasts-and-trends/ features Haig Stoddard.   Mr. Stoddard is Senior Industry Analyst – Markets, with Wards Intelligence, and has followed the auto industry for over...


25th April 2018

North America Will Adopt AVs First, Forecast Finds

In the coming years, North America, followed by Europe, will dominate the market for autonomous vehicles, which will likely start off as commercial offerings. China will catch up later.