Trends in urban mobility

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For the younger generation, a car equals a long-term commitment, one that many are hesitant to make. How can automotive OEMs adapt to this change in customer behavior?

“Younger people these days do not have the same nostalgia for cars, as the older generation for whom the car keys symbolized freedom.”
Sean Behr, the CEO of Stratim speaks to Joe Boggio, Lead – Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange San Francisco, on the new trends in mobility, changing buyer patterns, and the need to create space for new proficiencies.

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