Global Challenges

Five important “megatrends” are guiding our thinking around mobility.

Our “Blueprint for Mobility”

We have a multi-decade strategy for helping to create a better world.

The First Step

Across the globe, our mobility experiments are testing new concepts so we can learn which solutions have the most potential.

Global Challenges

Two-thirds of the world’s population will reside in cities by 2030, a growing middle-class will increase vehicle numbers, consumer attitudes are changing and air quality is declining. We will be part of the solution.

 

Our “Blueprint for Mobility”

We see a world where vehicles can communicate and can sense each other’s presence and where people routinely share vehicles and use multiple forms of transportation.

Near Term: Experimentation; Mid Term: Targeted Implementation; Long Term: Urban Mobility Leadership

The First Step

“We have given our engineers, scientists and technologists a challenge. We have asked them to use innovation not just to create better products. We have asked them to innovate to make the entire transportation experience easier, to make people’s lives better, and, in doing so, to create a better world.”

Mark Fields
President and Chief Executive Officer

Our vision has begun with the creation of collaborative mobility experiments across the globe.