Sharing is Scaring: New Business Models Disrupting Mobility

June 14, 2019 | State of the Market Report

The past century of mobility has mostly been defined by the automobile. Today, however, our relationship with the automobile is changing as new business models aim to replace conventional car ownership with a combination of ride-hailing and vehicle-sharing accessed through mobile apps – a trend we call shared mobility. This report presents several case studies to highlight how different sectors are developing strategies to develop shared mobility platforms, finding that no single industry is best-positioned to own this future. It also finds that autonomy and integration of public transport are two key differentiators in the future of shared mobility, which will ultimately help drive the sector to profitability.

Coverage Area

  • The Future of Mobility

Table of Contents

  • Title page
  • The current landscape of shared mobility
  • Case studies: Putting together the pieces of Shared Mobility 2.0
  • Outlook

Lead Analyst

Director, Research