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5G could be a tool to deliver a more sustainable automotive future

Circular mobility provides a route to more efficient car usage

The average annual carbon footprint for a person in the United States is 16 tons, four times the global average. But the desire to change is there. Recent global research showed 72 per cent of consumers want to adopt circular practices such as reducing overall consumption, purchasing more durable products, and maintaining and repairing products.

5G-enabled vehicles could transform the way we think about transportation. Consumers want to reduce their impact on climate change and are pressing auto manufacturers to give them the tools to do it.

Capgemini is already working with leading wireless telecommunications companies like Verizon to forge the foundation of sustainable connected mobility.

Download 5G will enable new visibility to a sustainable automotive future to understand the opportunity of circular mobility.

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Thank you for your interest in 5G fueling the future of circular mobility in automotive. Capgemini can help find the opportunities of the connected car. We look forward to continuing the conversation with you.

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