European car retailers are already experimenting with Mobility as a Service (MaaS) solutions and UK retailers should be staking their own claim, according to Automotive Retail Congress speaker Giuseppe Marotta.
A car subscription service which will allow consumers to pay monthly to drive vehicles from six different classes is being launched by the parent company of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Car Rental.
With Mobility as a Service (MaaS) expected to grow rapidly next decade, dealers need to start experimenting and put their stock of demos and overage vehicles to work, according to mobility start-up Tomorrow’s Journey.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) has published its new Mobility Credits Scrappage Scheme policy paper which urges Government to incentivise a move away from vehicle ownership.
AM is launching a new event in 2019, The Automotive Retail Congress, designed to help motor retail’s business leaders at car dealerships, manufacturers and mobility providers scope future opportunities for their organisations.
Collecting insights from academics, customers and industry leaders, Syncron recently set out to understand how manufacturers can capitalise on the megatrend of servitisation, where manufacturers shift the focus of selling a product itself to the outcome or value that the product delivers.