Nearly one in four people living in mature markets can imagine not buying a car anymore in future. This is a result of Capgemini’s annual Cars Online survey of more than 10,000 consumers from South Korea to UK, from Brazil to Indonesia.
It shows: For different reasons, sharing is the new having. A car is not only expensive and requires more space than any other vehicle but it also loses ground as status symbol compared to other consumer goods in different target groups.