Navigating the next stages of the transition to electric and future battery technology
Understanding if alternative fuels are a suitable solution for the Net-Zero car
Responding to future mobility challenges and the changing role of the car
How are global auto supply chains evolving in the face of geopolitical volatility?
Leveraging AI for the next generation of connected and autonomous vehicles.
Creating recurring revenue streams post-sale
Future of the Car
As the deadline to phase out the production of new combustion engine vehicles draws ever closer- the pressure for automakers to efficiently produce affordable EVs continues to grow. Will OEMs secure critical materials to ensure stable and profitable production lines? How are business models changing and how can automakers and their partners capitalise on new revenue opportunities? How is new technology, particularly AI, transforming the car as we know it?
The Future of the Car returns for its tenth anniversary edition next Spring. Held over three days, the event convenes the most influential players in the automotive sector for newsworthy keynote interviews, lively debates and ample networking opportunities.
The big picture trends influencing your business function and future strategy
With investors, tech creators & OEM leaders seeking new partners for future vehicle development
New approaches and strategies to help win market share, maximise efficiency and deliver more profit
Early bird savings now on
THE SUPER EARLY BIRD
Gain access to in-person sessions and networking drinks. Network and connect with your peers.
until 12 April 2023
The Power of Networking
-Be part of the conversation with the industry’s leaders sharing insights, knowledge and plans for the crucial period ahead.
-Meet the right people and schedule 1-to-1 meetings using a dedicated event app.
-Establish new relationships and strengthen ties with structured breakout discussions
"Hours of fascinating insight"
-Strategy Director, Cox Automotive
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