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This decade will be marked by a decisive shift to electric mobility. Tesla, a prime catalyst in this transformation, is set to unleash further disruption, not just in terms of its trailblazing products but equally because of its unique and unconventional aftersales service delivery model. The company’s vertically integrated aftersales format differs from traditional paradigms on two key counts: one, the absence of third-party intermediaries, and two, its limited reliance on service fixed operations for profit generation.
Late in March this year, FedEx Express, a subsidiary of the world’s largest express shipping company FedEx Corp, announced that it would be partnering with aviation startup Elroy Air to develop an autonomous hybrid electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) air cargo system. Termed the Chappral, the eVTOL cargo drone is expected to have the capacity to transport cargo pods weighing 300-500 pounds over a distance of nearly 300 miles, with full end-to-end autonomous operations at both flight and ground level.
For the past several months, it would appear that India’s electric two-wheeler (E2W) dream is under threat of going up in smoke with at least six reported cases of E2Ws, powered by lithium-ion batteries catching fire. What went wrong in a market that saw sales shooting up five times over CY 2020 to CY 2021 and where penetration rates are projected to surge from current levels of 1% to almost 10% by 2025?
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis, Indian Automotive Electronics Growth Opportunities, finds that continuous innovation and development in the automotive industry is boosting the demand for automotive electronics. Its increasing use in various vehicular applications, such as active and passive safety, infotainment, body electronics, and advanced driver assistance systems, contributes to its rapid market expansion worldwide, including in India.
Ukraine currently supplies more than 70% of the world’s neon gas, while Russia is the world’s largest producer of palladium and the third-largest supplier of nickel. Further upheavals in the already strained supply chains of these three critical raw materials will affect the supply and production of semiconductor chips, electric vehicle (EV) batteries, and catalytic converters. This, in turn, will mean production delays, longer waiting times, and possibly, higher vehicle prices.
Consumer electronics giant and China’s leading smartphone maker, Xiaomi has become the latest in a long line of non-automotive companies – Sony, Foxconn, Apple, Alphabet, and Baidu, among them – to throw its hat into the automotive ring. The China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) estimates total passenger EV sales to have reached about 3 million at the end of 2021. Moreover, penetration rates are on track to reach 20% this year.Read more