2019 Global Automotive Consumer Study
Advanced Vehicle technologies and multi-modal transportation
Consumers continue to entertain the evolution of their mobility ecosystem. This study has helped identify consumer behaviors and trends across countries and generations. This study continues to evolve, and in its 10th year, it is one of the largest studies done to date. This year, we have an Australian market global comparison as well as the global study available - This study helps inform our work and insight into the evolution of mobility, smart cities, connectivity, transportation and other changes transforming the movement of people and goods.
Australia: A Global Comparison
Deloitte have surveyed more than 25,000 consumers in 20 countries to explore their opinions regarding a variety of critical issues impacting the automotive sector . In Australia, there have been 4 key insights that have stood out from our global counterparts;
- Consumers "pump the brakes" on interest in Autonomous vehicles - The study reveals that Australian consumers are questioning if autonomous vehicles are safe and more apprehensive to the the technology than our global counterparts.
- Electric Vehicles are finally showing potential to scale - EV demand is growing in the Asia-Pacfic region - but low fuel prices are keeping consumers away.
- Consumers may be reluctant to pay for connectivity - Consumer opinions are mixed as time saving features are high, but significant concerns remain over data privacy and security.
- Mobility revolution faces significant headwinds - Overall consumer behaviour is difficult to change - shared mobility future may hinge on young peeople who have embraced the digital experience
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