The crisis of propulsion fuel is gaining strength with every passing day. The day is not far when the vehicle manufacturers shall strive for conventional fuel. To avoid such situations, the automobile manufacturers are now shifting their interest in developing new vehicles. These vehicles can drive on either electricity or other non-conventional fuels. In this pursuit, the world has seen many new inventions that can come in handy in this crisis. One such innovation is the development of electric and automated cars. Although the new vehicles are at their nascent stage, they are landing with astonishing speed in the market.
Rise of Mobility-as-a-Service
Mobility has become an important aspect of the development of any business. The automotive industry thrives on this concept and is looking for ways that can monetize this concept to add value to its business. With the arrival and development of several mobility-as-a-service platforms, the businesses can now finally generate money by offering mobility solutions to other automotive companies. Smart and self-driving cars rely heavily on these mobility platforms. They offer a discrete link between user and business and also provide an effective interface between the two entities. Moreover, with technologies like IoT and artificial learning growing inevitably, the development of these vehicles has also picked up massive pace these days.
Several Choices, Massive Adoption
One more factor that boosts the adoption of electric and self-driving cars is the number of choices. Be it size, shape, color, technology, or company, today, the users have several options to choose from while selecting the vehicles. This further propels the growth in the adoption of smart cars over conventional cars.
It is nothing to be amazed at, if someone says, that smart cars can replace conventional vehicles from the very face of the planet. As a matter of fact, this can happen in coming few years.